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How much does it cost to produce a training video?

Are you planning to make a training video for your business? Read this first. How much does it cost? This is, probably, the first question you have. Knowing your budget is important, whether you are creating an internal corporate video training or making an eLearning video course as a product. There are 5 factors that affect training video production cost. 1. Who Is Your Producer Your choice of a producer is one of the major factors that affects the price. Generally you choose between these: A freelancer This is the cheapest option, but with a catch. As the saying goes, …

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New Reality For Video Content Production

With the world grasping what seems to be the new normal, what is the future of video content production would look like? As certain countries gradually lift their lockdowns, some projects resume production with limits on crew size, social distancing and overall tightened safety. Air travel restrictions might ease off, but will it ever be the same as before? Add to that risk aversion budget concerns and you see that we might have some issues with the old ways of producing content.

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Reconnection campaign: 100% Success!

Ta-daa, it happened! The Reconnection campaign has crossed the finishing line with 100% success. And it means the online premiere is coming soon!
Thank you everyone, who believed in us and has helped us! It would not be possible without you. Your support is the service you rendered to Vrindavan, because it brings the film in front of the eyes of many.

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Reconnection campaign: 70% there, just need a final push!

The release of Reconnection, a feature film set in Vrindavan that has won 15 awards at international film festivals, is coming closer to reality.
We have prepared GREAT NEW REWARDS, for those who joins us in this service to Vrindavan on this last stretch, which means time is running!
– An exclusive downloadable copy of Glimpses of Vraja in HD quality (a remastered HD copy, never released in this quality before)
– A downloadable copy of the film (still exclusive, as after the release the film will be available only online).
Read more…

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Soft and laconic, beautifully shot film, continuous joy

Lately I rarely indulge myself watching films. I am very accurate in my choices, my free time is very precious to me. Yesterday was that day – I have watched the film which I awaited for a long time. It’s a film of my friends. Film about probably the most important and prominent, about something that we search for all our life, about how someone gets lucky to find it. Film about searching oneself, internal search, if you would, a spiritual search. A religious film without any obvious religious agenda.
It’s a film about India. As strange as it is, but it’s a feature film. For me all the films about India are divided into two categories: “vivid, saturated, bold” and “dirty, greedy, destructive”. This story didn’t fit any of these, not by its narrative, nor by its style. Hmm…it looks like new French cinéma nouveau – soft, with story unfolding in no rush, about a small part of our regular life, but full of feelings, excitement, despite the lack of dynamics. Such films are filled with inner action and leave impression for a long time.
It has many symbols of our life, lucky life, active life. We live amongst ideas, in a virtual world, by categories of the future, holding onto material values of now. But real life is not inside our phones and virtual projects, not in battles over our “personal space” and our Self. Life happens beyond it. Who are those other people? Should they be valued? Is it possible to see a personality in other person, vendor on the street, kid, beggar, cleaner? Should we get off our pedestal of labels and start communicating with them? To learn to trust others, start helping them. Become a bit more open, more tolerant. To learn to accept and let people in your internal circle. Value others. Learn to accept reality as it is – be it a gift from a stranger or destruction of your house. It’s frightening. Really. In such service you start seeing a path to your soul. To the Divine. And it doesn’t matter how your God is named. “It all starts only when the heart opens”.
It’s a soft and laconic film. Beautifully shot. For me – a fan of Indian tradition and color, it’s a continuous joy.
It was amazing seeing familiar faces. All of them are not actors at all. It’s a real film made by real people that aren’t related to film industry about real people and told by themselves.

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Very useful for preaching

We also watched recently. Amazing Vrindavan dham. Magical dham. Thank you, Govinda Maharaj for presenting the potency of the dham, so wonderfully. Very useful for preaching.

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You really captured the Vrindavan I know and love

Just watched Reconnection the movie and it was amazing! So well done! No wonder it won so many film festival awards. Thank you, Govinda Maharaj and all the others who worked on this. You really captured the Vrindavan I know and love — the place, the people, the mood. The footage of Kurma Rupa prabhu was an unexpected bonus. Jaya Jaya Sri Radhe Shyam!

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Reconnection offers exactly what we search for – complete tranquility

We have breathlessly​ ​watched the film with all our family. And everyone found something special: grandmother remembered ​her ​carefree childhood on ​the​ farm, two-year daughter was screaming with delight, myself with my husband were happy to see dear faces and Vrindavan sites…
From every film you always wait for some fairytale, changes, you think that at the end you’ll be revealed the most important secret. But after viewing it as a rule you feel like a fool who just wasted his time. However Reconnection offers exactly what we search for – complete tranquility! It shows very well the contrast between our crazy, full with Internet, void doings and vanity, existence and real life, simple and calm.

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An immersion into sounds, images, scents of Vrindavan

It was an amazing film. A film that made ​me ​remember something that seemed to be forgotten but at the same time still warm recollection of Vrindavan…First steps, first attempts to understand that the world doesn’t belong to you but to the One who is the best flute player…Passion, attempt to get everything from this world and everything-must-be-my-way attitude leads a tired traveller ​in​to a beautiful and peaceful place – just like it happened one day to me. This film has a deep meaning and immerses the viewer into amazing picturesque scenes of Vrindavan nature and its inhabitants. Maybe for a worldly person the film would seem lacking a bit passion and action but its authors set it to be a more meditative and peaceful film that immerses the viewer not only by professional filming but by an amazing sound arrangement​ as well​. This film represents an immersion into sounds, images, scent…It seems that you can reach out your hand or make a step and you are there again, trying to reconnect with the eternal. Thank you very much for, I had a great pleasure watching it!

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It’s a film about eternal topics, a film that gives hope, a must-​see film for everyone

Having visited Vrindavan once​,​ your heart stays there forever. Having watched “Reconnection”, I understood and finally felt with all my being that Vrindavan is in my heart and wherever I am it is there as well. At any moment I can immerse again into the mood and energy of this holy place. Especially during difficult moments in my life.
Our guys from @vrindavan_experience made an amazing movie about Vrindavan. Without any special effects and with small budget. It would seem that hardly anyone can be attracted to such film nowadays when it’s hard to amaze anyone – that’s how the environment is oversaturated with available information. Our world where people don’t want to be ​who they are ​but just to appear. A world where external image and status in social networks is more important than the real life.
In my opinion Reconnection is a must-​see film for everyone. It can and should be watched by all family. Both for those fortunate of visiting this place as well as for those who only dream of getting there.
The film is deep and simple at the same time. It’s a film about eternal topics. A film that gives hope. A film, that is like a torch, lighting ​a path to take. A film about Love and where it can be found, where you can feel that taste each soul is craving for. A film about the Source each of us searches for but does it in a wrong place. We search it in material while passing by the real present. As the film’s hero says: “There is only one reason to leave Vrindavan – to tell about it to others”. I always think about Vrindavan and remember my pilgrimage to this place. And in most cases there is this feeling that I have never left this place but just stepped out for a minute. Of course, sometimes I feel nostalgic when you forget that Vrindavan is in one’s heart and you never left it and then I go through photos of my 3 pilgrimages to Vrindavan and connect to that energy of Love. And now there is this film through which it is possible to get connected and feel that taste of Love.
I want to share my favourite quote from the film (yes, we wrote down quotes with my husband during the screening): “Love is so powerful that it can even make God surrender”. It’s a film about Love.

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The film touches people’s souls and hearts

It’s often that I find hard to describe my impressions of a film or ​a ​book. Maybe it’s because everyone interprets the surrounding by his own unique way and maybe because it’s often pretty difficult to choose the right words. Nevertheless I’ll try today. This is about documentary film “Reconnection”. The film is beautifully shot and edited although in some parts I would like better exploration of the topic and as I honestly admit longer runtime. I have watched it in one breath although I consider myself far from (from what namely I can’t say exactly) because the film is shot in such way that it touches people’s souls and hearts without any distinction. Yes, I see there a sort of hidden preaching undertone but it fits perfectly well into these words from the film: “…Go and tell everyone you see about this place…” (an approximate quote). And it’s done so subtly and with such love that you really want to leave everything, put on sandals and drag yourself into the unknown thousands of kilometers far away. But this is just an opinion of a person who was never in the place the authors describe. It’s an opinion of a person out of tradition, although in fact a person becomes a person not due to places and traditions and the film is also about this. In 40 minutes time the filmmakers managed to include so much that you can talk about it for very long. Although I would prefer to be silent. What’s the need to tell if you can show? I really hope that this film will be soon available for everyone to watch.