The completed first half hour of my documentary, “ROCKIN’ THE UNTHINKABLE: Healing ALS Warrior’s 21 Years of Conquest after ALS” has been evaluated as exceptional, receiving the 2016 Videographer Awards’ Award of Excellence. This creation was produced from my heart and soul. Two months of producing this heart warming and inspirational work of art involved beautiful sobbing regarding what I have endured and overcome.
When the remaining hour of my 90 minute inspirational documentary is completed, we will have an extraordinary groundbreaking production featuring pioneering world renowned experts with great insight for improving the standard of care for ALS in terms of functional medicine nutrition and mind/body medicine approaches. Many people beyond ALS community will benefit from the inspiration and insight.
The Videographer Awards is one of the most coveted awards in the video industry.
Over the past 20 years, thousands of production and communication professionals have entered their best and most creative work. The goal of the Videographer Awards is to identify and recognize the artisans who excel in the scope of their own environment. Winners range from network news operations to local cable access…from large production companies to freelancers…from international advertising agencies to student producers.
The Award of Excellence is awarded to those projects the judges deemed were written, produced, shot and edited in an exceptional manner. Approximately 13 percent of the entries win this award. Award of Excellence winners are listed on the Videographer Awards website
Some reviews of the triple award-winning half-hour of Dr. Craig Oster & The Healers “Rockin’ The Unthinkable” documentary:
“Wow wow wow!!! Love this so much- creative, artistic, powerful, emotional, educational, political, spiritual.”
“Dr. Craig’s video is an uplifting story of how love, hope, and the power of positive thought can conquer anything. He takes us on an emotional ride as he faces a debilitating diagnosis, love lost and found, and challenging modern medicine itself. I was misty eyed the whole time!”