VIDEO PROJECT: Morayfield videographer Gabor Kukucska is aiming to upload a new inspiring video every week of 2017.
VIDEO PROJECT: Morayfield videographer Gabor Kukucska is aiming to upload a new inspiring video every week of 2017. Ana Gomes

Videographer vows a 'documentary every week' to inspire

MORAYFIELD videographer Gabor Kukucska is making the world a better place, one short documentary at a time.

His New Year's resolution was to produce a short portrait film and release it once a week, every week.

"They're short documentaries about people around Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast that display the trait of true grit, not giving up, and doing something different or interesting," Mr Kukucska said.

"I challenged myself to do this for the whole of 2017 - so a new documentary every week."

A new short documentary will be released every Sunday, with his latest video telling the story of a successful man who fell into a deep depression, lost his livelihood, his family, and how he picked himself up again.

"There's a variety of stuff - someone who has gone through depression and is now teaching about it to someone who was a refugee and has assimilated," Mr Kukucska said.

If these films inspire people to push further, aim higher, and work hard, then Mr Kukucska will have achieved his goal.

"There's a lot of different challenges in life and with these 52 slots I'm trying to cover as much as I can," he said.

"I want to inspire the audience and encourage them to have their own journey: be brave, don't give up, and have the grit to follow through."

Next year, he hopes to roll the footage into a feature-length film.

To watch the films, or if you know someone documentary- worthy, let Gabor know at gaborkukucska.com.


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