Behind The Scenes Filmmakers
Your Everyday Heroes ideology;
That even everyday people have the ability to be heroic. If you’ve been following this season of YEDH, you’ll already have seen some of Ch’s work. He and his film crew did an excellent job of directing Umar Mughal’s inspiring episode.
The Behind The Scenes crew doesn’t get much sleep, but they love filmmaking and learning from new people, so the loss of shut eye is worth the experience.Read More
Not everybody in the Behind The Scenes crew thinks they can embody a hero, and when Ali suggested the actors meditate to get into the right mindset, it didn’t go exactly as planned.Read More
Ali measures the success of his films by how much positivity they bring to people’s lives.Read More
Your Everyday Heroes spotlights the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. In doing so, we wish to break down the belief that the word “hero” is reserved only for fictional characters or the rich and famous. Because when we attach heroism to standards that are unattainable for most people, we are dismissing our own potential to be heroes.Read More
ositivity into anyone’s life, that will mean that I am successful in achieving my goal.” Through his previous work with Your Everyday Heroes, he has managed to accomplish just that. For example, he shot and directed the inspiring YEDH documentary on Umar Mughal, a graphic designer living with osteogenesis imperfecta.Read More