The last year has proven to be explosive for this dynamic duo, despite the challenging economic climate for filmmakers.
Why has Vinegar Hill succeeded where others have had to turn off the camera, sometimes permanently?
For one thing, this film company does quality storytelling, as you can see by taking a look at this introductory video they did for the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. With Altrogge’s scriptwriting and direction and Hartnett’s editing mastery, the result is a creative, edgy, yet pleasing look that draws in a wide variety of viewers.
They also seek regular guidance from God about their business, strengthening their vision and execution of each project with spiritual retreats and a growing number of Christian supporters.
With a growing reputation among commercial and faith-based clients, Vinegar Hill is poised to capitalize on the positive publicity they have received from having a music video they’ve worked on take first prize at a national competition in the past year.
Listen in and catch the enthusiasm as you listen to David Altrogge talk about the current crop of intriguing projects on tap with the guys of Vinegar Hill. And here is a preview of Vinegar Hill's newest film, The Interventionist.
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