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"The Testament of One Fold and One Shepherd"
Cast and credits

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The 70mm Newsletter

Put together by: Thomas Hauerslev Issue 63 - December 2000

Original title: The Testament of One Fold and One Shepherd. Working (tentative) title: Legacy II. Filmed in: 65mm, 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal cinematography filmed in: ARRI 765 & Panavision System 65. Presentation format: 70mm and 6-track. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Year of production: 1999. World premiere (Release date): 24 March 2000. It shows Monday thru Saturday at 9am, 10:30am 12pm 1:30pm, 3pm, 4:30pm, 6pm, 7:30pm, 9pm. Distributed by: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Producer: Scott Swofford (Vineyard Productions). Producer for the Church: Gary H. Cook. Director: Kieth Merrill. Screenplay: Kieth Merrill. Director of photography: T.C. Christensen. Film editor: Jerry Stayner. Music: Merril Jenson. Sound Mixer: Andy Wiskes. Art Director: Randy Champion. Make-up: Greg T. Moon. Set Decorator: Roger S. Crandall. Costumes: Rick Macy (Helam), Jeremy Hoop (Jacob), Arianna Marsden (Mara), Joy Rogers (Laneah), Mowava Pryor, (Zeraptah (mother)), Joseph Paur (Lamonah), Theo Coumbis (Kohor), Al T. Harrington (Amaron), Robert "RJ" Jordan (Young Helam), Hans Saito (Shaman), Heather Cannon (Mary), David Sturdevant (Joseph), Scott St. Clair (Christ Child), Sidney Liufau (Judge/Hunter #1), Kimo Hugho (Judge/Hunter #2), Tomas Kofod (The Savior), Jongiogi Enos (John the Baptist), David Alan Else (Andrew), Bruce Newbold (James), Thomas Hughes (John), Oscar Rowland (Leper), Barta Heiner (Diseased Woman), Whitely Osborn (Butterfly Girl), James Allman (Troubled Father), Douglas Fredrick Johnsen (Troubled Child), Cameron Sevy (Palsy Man), Michael Jesse Bennett (Pharisee #1), Michael Flynn (Pharisee #2), John Woodhouse (Blindman), Michael Rudd (Rabbi), Linda Bon (Martha), Joseph Curdy (Young Father), Joe Leavitt (Caiaphus), Marvin Payne (High Priest #1), Bob Eric Hart (High Priest #2), M. Scott Wilkinson (Pontius Pilate), Tayava Patch (Mary Magdalene), John Huntington (Innkeeper), Ann Bosler (Adultress), Edward Wright (Scribe #1), Harry Kapu (Worker).

Production company:
Deseret Media Productions, Inc. Production Manager: Jeff T. Miller. Key Set PA: Scott Meyers. Production Accountant: Lynn Christopherson. Studio Director: Merrild Dimick. DGA/SAG Consultant: Bill Whitworth. Production Coordinator: Patty Smales.
Asst. Production Accountant: Dan Isaac & Zina Gifford. Assistant Accounting: Scott Curtis. Travel and Transportation Specialist: Robin Cohen. Production Secretary: Stephanie Ririe. Office Production Asst.: Stephen Christensen. Art Dept. Coordinator/Human Resources: Sharon Beaty. Asst. to Prod. Manager: Brian R. Kubricky & Alan Oakes. Assistant to Director: Dagen Merrill. 2nd Unit Director of Photography: Reed Smoot. Key Grip 2nd Unit: Bobby Adams. 1st AC: Gordon Huston. 2nd AC: Brandon Christensen. 1st Asst. Director: Aldric Porter. 1st & 2nd Asst. Director: Bill Conner. 2nd Asst. Director: David Hyman. 2/2nd Asst. Director: Sonia Bhalla. Gaffer: Dennis Peterson. Key Grip: Matt Stelling. Stedicam Operator: Jeff Mart. Stedicam Asst. Camera: Joe “Zep” Christensen. DPS Best Boy: Grant Williams. Special Effects Coordinator/2nd Unit Director: Russ Holt. Visual Effects: Craig Barron. Loader: Jason Jensen. Still Photographers: Craig Dimond & Welden Andersen. Sound Design/Final Mix: Mike Chadbourne. ADR Sound Effects: Richard Duke. Boom Operator: Donovan Dear. Sound Utility: John Jordon. Scoring stage: LDS Studios. Hawaii Location Manager: Angela Tillson. Old World Locations: Allan Anapol & Robert M. Baker. Script Supervisor: Kate Morrison. Acting & Dialogue Coach: Barta Heiner. Key Grip: Matt Stelling. Best Boy Grip: Ron Nix Jr. Gaffer: Tyler Meiners, Dennis Petersen. Best Boy Electrician: Chris Reiter. Gaffers: Fritz Lindbeck/Rhett Fernsten-Rigging. Dolly Grip: Tyler Meiners. Rigging Grip: Chris Gerding. Electrician: Nick Peterson. Swing Electrician: Duff Rich. Casting Director: Roz Soulam Hawk. Extras Coordinator: Shaun Jorgensen. Casting Assistant: Tahlee Booher. Co-Production Designers: Dick Jamison/John Uibel. Key Foam Sculpture: Eric C. Bunch. Art Designer/Scenic: Fred Rindlisbacher. Asst Set Decorator: Cyndy Neibaur. Lead Scenic Artist: Mindy Jamison. Model Maker: Art Brownlee. Property Master: Lisa Eagar Novetzke. Prop Assistant: Scott Arneman. Costume Designer: Cathren Warner. Costume Supervisor: Shari Ohman. Hair Stylist: Charlene C Johnson. Transportation Coordinator: Paul Miller. Transportation Captain: Larry J Matson & Brett Miller. Assistant Set Decorator/ow: Gay Nickle Lauritzen, Bill Barber, Jim Sherman. Leadman/ow: Robert Bennett. Key Set Dresser/ow: Vincent Shorter. Set Decorator/nw: Steve Lee. Assistant Set Decorator/nw: Debbie Farrer. Costume Supervisor: Jacqueline Newell. Mechanical Special Effects: David Kelsey. Stunt coordinator: Loren Janes. Craft Service: Silver Screen Catering. Marilyn Garside. Assistant Editor: Peter Czerny. Assistant Editor: Rob Morton. Post Sound: Mike Chadbourne. Film Transfer: Bo Bahoravitch. 1st Assistant Director/nw: Craig Steiner. 1st AC: Kurtis Burr. Monkey: Nicole Zuehl. Post Production Supervisor: Curtis Price. Asst Editor: Peter Czerny. Head Animal Wrangler: Fenton Quinn. Safety Officer/nw: Russell Yee. Transfers: Bo Bahoravitch. Main & end titles design: RPG Productions. Opticals: RPG Productions. Filmstock: Eastman Kodak 65mm 5246, 5248 & 5279. 65mm negative developing & processing: CFI. Color timer: Ron Wengler. Color by: CFI. Recorded in: Dolby SR. Sound system: 24 track on 2 inch analog machine for 6 track audio. 70mm running time: 67 min.

The film is a project of the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. President Faust represented the First Presidency. Elder Neil Andersen, First Quorum of Seventy presided over the film. Further reading reference: ..in 70mm - The 70mm Newsletter issue 63, December 2000.

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Filming of "Testaments"

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Shown in an IMAX Cinema

“The Testaments: Of One Fold and One Shepherd“

This film depicts events from the life and ministry of Jesus Christ as recorded in the New Testament and the Book of Mormon. The story culminates with a portrayal of the resurrected Savior's visit to the ancient Americas as seen through the eyes of a fictional family.

"The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd" is a compelling and inspiring large-screen movie presentation depicting the events leading up to Christ's appearance in the Americas, including scenes from His ministry in the Holy Land.

This film is shown Monday through Saturday at 10:30 A.M., 12:00 noon, 1:30 P.M., 3:00 P.M., 4:30 P.M., 6:00 P.M., 7:30 P.M. in the North Visitors' Center on Temple Square. Admission is free.

Distributed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Previously, this movie was only shown at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building on Temple Square. “This film depicts events from the life and ministry of Jesus Christ as recorded in the New Testament and the Book of Mormon. The story culminates with a portrayal of the resurrected Savior’s visit to the ancient Americas as seen through the eyes of a fictional family.”

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