In 2023, the city of Shreveport will mark the 150th anniversary of the third-worst epidemic of Yellow Fever in United States history. The human toll was staggering: over one-quarter of the population died from the illness within a matter of weeks. The human suffering wrought in 1873 remains unparalleled to this day. Yet amid this tragedy emerged heroic virtue, exemplified in the lives of five priests who voluntarily and freely offered their life for others and persevered with this determination unto death.
Role: Director of Cinematography, Chris M. Johnston
Festivals: – Cannes World Film Festival (Winner, best documentary) – Europe Film Festival (Winner, best documentary feature) – Texas Film Festival (official selection)– The Roma Prisma Independent Film Festival (official selection)– Christian Film Festival (official selection)