September 19th, 2016 | Articles | Comments »
Citizens United has announced the upcoming release of their thought-provoking documentary starring “The Duck Commander” Phil Robertson in a passion project coming to select theaters on October 7th, 2016.
Phil makes a compelling argument on the absurdity of life without God. Featuring real-life footage from events throughout history and leading up to the modern day crisis of radical Islamic terrorism, Phil personally guides viewer through a journey that includes Athens, Greece; Rome, Italy, Paris, France; and even the notorious Nazi death camp of World War II, Auschwitz. With a biblical perspective, Phil covers events ranging from the creation of the atomic bomb, the impact of the Holocaust and the Civil Rights Movement. He uses these events to illustrate that God is the only meaningful anchor to a civilized society and calls on all of us to consider our faith.
In the mid-’70s, Phil turned his life over to the Lord and made dramatic changes. Phil Robertson is not only known as The Duck Commander, but also he has built a reputation across the country for his faith and belief in the Almighty. Every year, he is invited to speak to hundreds of churches and organizations, telling them what the Lord has done for him and what the Lord can do for them.
“Torchbearer” is directed and co-written by Stephen K. Bannon. Bannon is an award-winning filmmaker with previous titles including “Generation Zero,” “The Undefeated,” “Occupy Unmasked” and “The Hope & The Change”.
Mr. Bannon is a former Naval Officer who is the Executive Chairman of Breitbart News. He is on a temporary leave of absence as he is currently the CEO of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
The film was produced by David N. Bossie who has served as president of Citizens United since 2001. Bossie has produced more than two dozen documentaries. Recent productions include: “Rocky Mountain Heist” hosted by Michelle Malkin, “Occupy Unmasked” featuring the late conservative icon Andrew Breitbart, “Our Sacred Honor” with Senator Rick Santorum, “The Gift of Life” with Governor Mike Huckabee, and the award winning films “Nine Days That Changed The World” and “Ronald Reagan: Rendezvous with Destiny” hosted by Callista and Newt Gingrich. Bossie is currently on a temporary leave of absence from Citizens United, as he is currently the Deputy Campaign Manager of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
“Torchbearer” is based on a story by Zach Dasher.
The film will also have a day and date release on various digital and VOD platforms including Comcast, Dish, iTunes, Vudu, Amazon and more.
More information is available at www.torchbearermovie.com.
About Citizens United
Citizens United is a leading producer of conservative documentary films. Citizens United was founded in 1988 as a public policy advocacy organization that promotes traditional American values including limited government, free enterprise, belief in God, strong families and national security and sovereignty. For more information about Citizens United visit the organization’s Web site at citizensunited.org.
September 2nd, 2016 | Articles | Comments »
“Decisions” film available as a free evangelism tool for churches, individuals and organizations
Over the last 12 years, millions around the world have heard the Gospel through My Hope, a ministry of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. My Hope is set to launch an all-new 30-minute program entitled “Decisions” which will be accessible—free of charge—anywhere via television broadcast, Internet streaming and DVD.
“Decisions” features a Gospel message from Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and looks at the lives of people of different ages and backgrounds who have heard the Gospel through Graham’s 2016 Decision America Tour and made life-changing decisions to follow Christ.
“I’ve been talking to people about the importance of decisions. I see thousands of people faced with a choice… and I want [them] to know the truth,” said Franklin Graham. “Any time you have a crowd of people, I can guarantee there will be somebody in that crowd that doesn’t know Jesus Christ. So, every time I’m at the microphone I’m going to give the Gospel.”
Through the Decision America Tour, Franklin Graham is holding prayer rallies in each state capital encouraging Christians to vote, to live out their faith in every part of their lives, and to pray for our nation. As the tour travels to all 50 states in 2016, Graham is presenting the simple truth of the Gospel—the hope found through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
“Decisions,” the 2016 installment of the evangelistic films available from My Hope, follows in succession of previous films: “Value of a Soul” (2015); “Heaven” (2014); and “The Cross” (2013). Beginning September 1, 2016, churches and individuals will be able to download the full program or view it at that time at MyHopewithBillyGraham.org. A free DVD version of “Decisions,” including “A Time for Decision: Pray, Vote, Engage,” a special 30-minute program that goes behind the scenes of the Decision America Tour, will also be available. Pre-orders are now being taken with shipment expected in early fall.
“Decisions” will also be shown as the Billy Graham television special airing on local and Christian networks beginning October 10, 2016. Check local listings for airings in your area.
“We are very happy to offer this resource to the church which will powerfully present the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Steve Rhoads, vice president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, who is responsible for My Hope globally. “The church in the United States has a unique opportunity at this moment to proclaim Jesus, who offers hope and redemption to a lost world. We pray that the good news will be preached and that God will bring a revival to His people.”
For more information on My Hope, including tips on how the available free resources can be used, visit MyHopewithBillyGraham.org. You can participate by pre-ordering your free copy of “Decisions” and beginning to pray and prepare for an event in your community.
About My Hope
Beginning in 2002, My Hope has been implemented in 60 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and the Middle East. More than 305,000 churches and 4 million individuals have participated, and more than 10 million salvation and rededication decisions for Jesus Christ have been reported. My Hope was first implemented in United States in 2013, and has since reported more than 200,000 decisions for Christ.
This year, My Hope field representatives across the nation have been meeting and encouraging local pastors in their efforts to reach people with the Gospel. In addition to last year’s film titled “Value of a Soul,” churches continue to use other films like “Heaven,” “Defining Moments,” and “The Cross,” which collectively have seen nearly 2.25 million views on YouTube and more than 1 million copies distributed on DVD.
Meanwhile, a new film called “The Worth of a Soul” will release this fall in the UK in conjunction with My Hope UK.
Pure Flix Alliance hosts I AM HOPE Movement in conjunction with powerful new film based on the true story of Columbine victim Rachel Joy Scott, “I’m Not Ashamed”
August 29th, 2016 | Articles | Comments »
In conjunction with the October 21, 2016 release of the inspiring true story, “I’m Not Ashamed,” Pure Flix Alliance and thousands of ministries across the nation are joining forces in outreach and service through the I AM HOPE movement.
I AM HOPE is a movement inspired by Rachel Joy Scott, one of the lives tragically lost in the 1999 Columbine High School massacre.
Emphasizing all areas of ministry about which Rachel was passionate during her 17 years on earth, I AM HOPE includes a four-week discipleship program empowering youth to share their faith. The campaign is designed for church leaders to kick-off on Sept. 28 at “See You At The Pole” and culminates with concerted service opportunities in communities nationwide following the October 21, 2016 release of “I’m Not Ashamed.”
“We are praying that with God’s help we can create a national movement of youth across the country who will stand up and declare “I’m not ashamed of my faith” just as Rachel Joy Scott bravely did in 1999,” said Franklin Santagate, vice president of global strategic alliances for Pure Flix Entertainment. “Our hope is to encourage a generation to be voices for Christ in their schools and communities. Rachel’s life story and her desire to boldly proclaim Jesus” name, as told in “I’m Not Ashamed,” should be an example and inspiration to us all.”
The movement, running Sept. 26 through Oct. 30, is comprised of four weeks of discipleship, one week of outreach and one week of volunteer work. The discipleship sessions will focus on equipping students with a basic Gospel outline, overcoming fear related to sharing the Gospel, preparing students to share their personal stories and testimonies, and engaging students in their school with the Gospel.
Additionally, Pure Flix is launching an I AM HOPE app that will be launched during the “See You At The Pole” events and includes the I AM HOPE movement curriculum along with music videos from Christian artists Abigail Duhon and Jeremy Camp, both singing their creative interpretations of “I’m Not Ashamed.”
During the fifth week of the program, youth ministry members are encouraged to purchase a movie ticket for themselves and two for outreach to a family, friend, student or neighbor who does not know the Lord.
“‘I’m Not Ashamed’ is more than a movie telling a powerful and inspiring story of faith; it is also a call to action,” said Santagate. “We want to encourage Christian leaders everywhere to join the thousands of ministries already involved and get their youth groups engaged with this unique national opportunity.”
For more information about I AM HOPE, please visit imnotashamedfilm.com/iamhope.
Opening in theaters Oct. 21, “I’m Not Ashamed” stars Masey McLain, Ben Davies, Sadie Robertson, Korie Robertson, Jaci Velasquez and Jennifer O’Neill. Based on Rachel’s honest and heartfelt journals, the film is a hope-filled reminder that when we put our lives in God’s hands, we can make a world of difference. Information about the film and purchasing group tickets is available at imnotashamedfilm.com.
July 29th, 2016 | Articles | Comments »
Filmmaker Ray Comfort, whose movies have been seen by millions, claims to destroy atheism with one scientific question, which he reveals in a new movie called “The Atheist Delusion.“
Comfort, co-host of the award-winning television program “The Way of the Master,“ said regarding atheists“ assertions that there is no God, “Having to point out the existence of the Creator is like having to point out the sun at noon on a clear day. Despite this, a popular skeptic adage is “Extraordinary claims demand extraordinary evidence,“ and thanks to modern science we have that extraordinary evidence. Outspoken atheists such as Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins say that they would believe in God if there was scientific evidence. This movie calls their bluff.“
After reviewing the film, author and CNN consultant Matt Barber said, “Somehow you managed, in less than an hour, to make the case, beyond any reasonable doubt, for the Creator God…This is your masterpiece.“ Filmmaker Alex Kendrick (“Fireproof” and “War Room”) called it “Powerful!“ and said, “It will confirm that there is a God.“ Ryan Gatti, State Senator for Louisiana, said, “Wow! No one can deny the Creator after seeing this!“
Comfort explained that he made the movie after taking a camera to Southern California universities and asking atheists a scientific question that he’d never asked atheists before. “To my astonishment, those who were open to reason changed their minds about the existence of God in minutes,“ Comfort claims.
“You can see the light come on in their eyes. We also were able to interview outspoken atheist Professor Lawrence Krauss, the well-known theoretical physicist, and show the scientific flaw in his arguments against the existence of God.“
According to the movie’s promotional material, “The Atheist Delusion pulls back the curtain and reveals what is going on in the mind of those who deny the obvious. Follow a number of atheists as they go where the evidence leads and display an honesty that is rarely seen on film.” Comfort said,
“The movie reveals what every atheist prays he will never find.“
A pre-release digital download of the movie was just released and is available now at AtheistMovie.com
Official Trailer: youtu.be/Awpzsi4YUHs
Within two days of its release, thousands have purchased an early viewing of a one-hour movie that its producers claim destroys atheism with one scientific question. The film, “The Atheist Delusion,” will be released on YouTube in two months. The executive producer, Ray Comfort, said,
“Just a few years ago atheism was entering the Promised Land. Books by new atheists such as Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, and Sam Harris were topping the New York Times Best Seller list. However, the landscape seems to have drastically changed. Hitchens has sadly passed away, Dawkins has suffered a stroke, and Harris has fallen from favor after being accused of racism and bigotry. And the much anticipated 2016 Reason Rally, which organizers expected would draw 30,000 atheists to Washington, D.C., managed to attract a mere 2,000, by some atheist estimates.
It seems the atheists have argued their case in the public forum and it was dismissed for lack of evidence. People have more sense of reason than atheists give them credit for.”
Comfort, whose movies have been seen by millions, believes his film is the final nail in the coffin for atheism, adding,
“The atheist’s pretense is over. The movie provides irrefutable scientific proof of the Creator for those who will listen.”
July 14th, 2016 | Articles | 1 Comment »
A headstrong father who’s a Project Development Engineer, takes a opportunistic getaway while struggling with a past hurt, leaving his family to take on unforeseen circumstances causing him to examine himself for complete healing to take place.
After years as a successful actress and singer, Nikki R. Miller founded NRM Faith Based Films to fill the growing void for quality, family-oriented films that emphasize stories of faith and hope. CHANGE OF HEART (Publication date: July 19, 2016) is Miller’s powerful novelization of the film company’s forthcoming movie of the same name, currently in pre-production with partner Buffalo 8 Productions out of Beverly Hills, CA. The novel is a riveting tale that examines the damage done to families by long-harbored anger and resentment and the redemption available to those who seek it.
In CHANGE OF HEART, Calvin Hardy Jr. is a man who seems to have it all: a loving wife, healthy, active children and a successful career as a project development engineer. Yet, he is so consumed with anger toward his father that it threatens to destroy any chance of happiness he has at home. Driven by deep-seated resentment from having found his father cheating on his mother in his youth, Calvin eventually makes a poor business decision that takes him away from his wife and children just when they need him most. It is only when an unthinkable, life-altering event occurs that Calvin sees the devastating effect of his long-held anger on not only himself, but on the family he worked so hard to build.
CHANGE OF HEART pierces the heart of anger and bitterness and reveals how faith and forgiveness have the power to change lives. Inspirational and extraordinarily relevant to our times, the novel is a must-read debut and a stellar introduction to the body of work yet to come from Miller and NRM Faith Based Films.
Nikki R. Miller is a writer, producer, actress and singer, and CEO of NRM Faith Based Films, LLC. CHANGE OF HEART is her debut novel and the novelization of the screenplay she wrote of the same name. Born and raised in the St. Petersburg-Tampa area of Florida, Miller currently lives in Atlanta, GA and also mentors and speaks to young people, encouraging them to follow their dreams without compromise.
July 6th, 2016 | Articles | Comments »
A young fighter grapples with the choices he must make to overcome a troubled past and survive in the world of MMA as he builds a new life of faith and love.
“THE FIGHT WITHIN”—a muscular faith film set in the rough-and-tumble world of MMA (mixed martial arts)—premieres in limited theatrical release, nationwide August 12, 2016, from GVN Releasing. With a mashup of faith, fighting and romance, the film’s producers aim to attract a wide audience.
“Faith films tend to draw faith audiences,” Jim Davis, executive producer and screenwriter, said. “This movie should also engage people with no sense of faith because inner struggle is universal. A cage and a fight are spot-on metaphors to show a young man coming to terms with who he is and what life brings.”
As the film develops, THE FIGHT WITHIN tells a story of courage, hope, love and growing faith in God. Meanwhile, in Davis’ words:
“A bare-knuckled mixed martial arts action film is not a traditional faith-based film, but we hope to engage a more diverse audience and share a message of hope and salvation through our story.”
Davis says audience response to screenings this summer backs this up:
“Something for everyone.”
“You can bring your whole family and walk out and feel uplifted.”
Davis is an ordained minister who now puts his faith in action in the business world as owner of a digital marketing company. Seeing the need for a faith-based film about the search for identity, he began to develop the storyline.
THE FIGHT WITHIN stars John Major Davis, Lelia Symington and Matt Leddo. Also featured are Mike Taylor, UFC Heavyweight champion Dan Severn and Wesley Williams. Michael William Gordon directs. Following the film’s theatrical run, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release THE FIGHT WITHIN on all home entertainment formats.
In the film, Logan Chandler (John Major Davis) is a rising star in the world of mixed martial arts, but when his father, an MMA Champion, dies while training him, Logan leaves the ring not sure about who he is anymore. He finds a personal faith and romance with a young woman of deep faith (Lelia Symington), and seeks to overcome a troubled past and establish a new life. His new faith is tested when a local MMA professional (Matt Leddo)—whose only losing fight was to Logan—forces him back into the cage.
As writer and executive producer, Davis worked to ensure that the film’s fight scenes accurately depict an MMA match. John Major Davis and Leddo trained daily, for months, with professional fighters. THE FIGHT WITHIN cast also features MMA Hall of Fame member Dan Severn as Logan’s father, and Mixed Martial Arts veteran and fight choreographer Mike Taylor.
“We fully expect some fans to see it just for the fight realism,” Davis said. “For authentic action, we’ve had viewers rank it far above a certain more well-known cage-fight movie.”
In fact, while principal film shooting was in Tuscaloosa, the climactic fight scene was filmed at a professional MMA event in Mississippi.
“People don’t think about why they make the choices they make; we want them to leave the theaters asking what if: What if I did it God’s way?” Davis said.
Learn more at TheFightWithinMovie.com
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Producer: New Life Cinema
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International Christian Visual Media awarded the coveted Crown Awards to outstanding films and documentaries at the annual conference, June 22-25, 2016.
“Sabina K.” Director Cristobál Krusen accepted the award,
“Sabina is a Muslim woman in Bosnia, and the struggles she goes through are ultimately redeemed. We hope to reach people outside the walls of the church.”
Krusen talked about his first ICVM conference 26 years ago and the family ICVM has become.
About the movie “Sabina K.”
“Sabina K.,” inspired by a true story, takes place in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The “Sabina” of the title is a divorced mother of two small children who falls in love with Saša, an old friend from the Bosnian war. The two plan to marry, but things go terribly wrong when Saša mysteriously disappears.
A few weeks later, Sabina passes out on the job. She goes to the doctor and learns that she is pregnant. Her parents and friends counsel her to have an abortion and put the past behind her, but she refuses. As her pregnancy advances and winter approaches, Sabina loses her job and when her ex-husband tries to shake her down for money by threatening to take the children away permanently, she comes to a breaking point. Love has failed her, and she decides to take her life. She checks into a room at a hostel and begins swallowing pills, slipping into unconsciousness.
What happens next is subject to opinion… But one thing becomes clear. Sabina will never be the same.
Other Gold Crown winners include:
• “Beyond the Mask”
• “Future of the Church” (documentary)
• “World War One Military Chaplains” (documentary)
• “Faith Happens” (series)
• “Heartfall” (short film)
• “Joseph: Beloved Son, Rejected Slave, Exalted Ruler” (children’s film)
• “Torchlighters: Robert Jermain Thomas” (children’s film)
• “WOW Moments” (comedy)
Filmmakers from across the U.S. and around the world gather each year to worship God, network, encourage one another and honor the excellent work of their colleagues. ICVM’s mission is to be a supportive Christian community for those involved in the production and distribution of visual media: Encouraging and networking to communicate Christ to the world.
Silver and Bronze Crown Award winners include:
• “Hearken – Our Voice”
• “Badge of Faith”
• “Until Forever”
• “Once We Were Slaves”
• “The Adventures of Ryan Defrates – Secret Agent”
• “Quakers: That of God in Everyone”
• “Find Me”
• “Flee From the Land of the North”
• “Hearken – Our Voice”
• “The 21 Toughest Questions Your Kids Will Ask About Christianity”
• “I’m Not High Maintenance”
The 2016 President’s Award for Outstanding Service to ICVM was awarded to Dolf van de Vegte of Family7 of The Netherlands.
A complete listing of all 30 categories and winners, and for more information about International Christian Visual Media, visit icvm.com.
June 30th, 2016 | Articles | Comments »
The Supreme Court’s recent reversal of a Texas law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges and abortion facilities to meet basic health standards is a signal to the pro-life movement to push for social change in other ways, says Jason Jones, co-executive producer of the new pro-life film VOICELESS.
Jones, founder of Movie to Movement, a non-profit organization that uses the medium of motion pictures to engage audiences on the nature and dignity of the human person, is working with the VOICELESS film team to add 100 screens to the release of new pro-life film VOICELESS which debuts in theaters nationwide on October 7 and sees the recent court ruling as a major catalyst which will prompt pro-life organizations, churches and individuals to action.
“Inch by inch, we are fighting to take back our culture from Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry,” said Jones. “We must help those battling bravely in the legislatures and courts by reshaping the national discourse–one way we do that is through the arts and films such as VOICELESS. We see this as a shift from the courthouse to the movie-house in an effort to transform our nation.”
Executive Producer of the influential pro-life movies BELLA and CRESCENDO, Jones knows the power of film to change culture. BELLA, inspired countless women to make the choice to keep their baby—over 1000 women wrote the producers sharing their stories. Jones’ short film CRESCENDO, thanks to the tireless work of executive producer Pattie Mallette, raised millions of dollars for pregnancy centers and launched a national conversation on the importance of pregnancy centers.
“VOICELESS is a call to the church. Now more than ever as we see no relief from our judiciary or legislative branches, the church must stand up and take a leadership role in protecting the vulnerable. We are issuing an urgent call to churches and church leaders to recommit themselves to protecting the sanctity of life.”
VOICELESS will launch theatrically nationwide on October 7, 2016 and will be distributed by ArtAffects Entertainment. Battling his own inner-demons, Jesse (Rusty Joiner: Last Ounce Of Courage, Dodgeball, "Days of Our Lives") encounters a young, pregnant teen overcome with grief that, after an impulsive abortion, has her family blaming Jesse for more than just her final decision. Jesse’s wife Julia (Jocelyn Cruz: Strike One, This Is Our Time) must come to terms with her own choices and decide if she can support her husband as opposition mounts against him.
The winner of multiple awards, VOICELESS has been honored as Northeast Film Festival’s Best Feature and People’s Choice for Best Feature Film and Best Feature Film from the California Independent Film Festival.
For more information on how to bring VOICELESS to a theater near you opening weekend, visit moviegrouptickets.com/voiceless.
Official site: VoicelessTheMovie.com
June 30th, 2016 | Articles | Comments »
Christian filmmakers converged on Cincinnati last week for the annual International Christian Visual Media Conference, culminating with the Crown Awards Night. Fifty of the top dramatic films, comedies, documentaries, television series, and shorts were up for gold, silver, and bronze awards in fifteen categories. The evening ended with “Providence,” a silent love story romance drama receiving four of the coveted Crown awards including Best Picture – Bronze; Best Drama Under $250,000 – Gold; Best Youth Film – Bronze; and Best Evangelistic Film – Silver.
“We were excited just to have our film nominated with such amazing movies,” says writer/director Sharon Wilharm. “We hoped for one award, best case scenario, two, never dreaming that we would win in each category we were nominated for.”
“Providence” is the second silent cinema feature film for filmmakers Fred and Sharon Wilharm of Mainstreet Productions. It uses dramatic action and a dynamic soundtrack of indie music to tell the story of a couple who grow up together but take forty years for their friendship to bloom into romance. “Providence” is told silent cinema style but has a more indie feel and features an eclectic blend of music by independent artists tied together by cinematic scoring. It is about Rachel Cartwright and Mitchell Little who grow up in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Their paths keep crossing, and, at one point, it looks like they’ll finally get together. But the opportunity slips away, and they go their separate ways. It takes a tragedy many years later before they’re reunited.
“Providence” released theatrically Valentine’s weekend as part of the AMC Independent lineup. It showed in select AMC theaters across the country including NYC and L.A. and has accumulated an impressive list of festival nominations and wins.
ICVM is made up of Christian writers, directors, producers, performers and distributors working together in an association to more effectively reach people with the message of the Gospel since the 1970’s. Other top Crown Award winners were Best Picture – Gold "Sabina K," a Bosnian true story; Best Evangelistic Film – Gold "War Room," and Best Picture – Silver "Beyond the Mask." Past winners have included "Old Fashioned," "The Song," "Courageous," and "Fireproof."
The Wilharms travel the country promoting their films and teaching visual storytelling at film events. In addition, they run Faith Flix a blogzine that provides a behind the scenes look at faith-based films.
"Providence" is available at all Lifeway Christian Stores as well as online at Christian Cinema and Fish Flix. It airs on TCT Network July 3. For a limited time, the filmmakers are offering free church screenings. For more information, visit the Providence Web site.
Justice Pictures and IMD Films are releasing the Dove Foundation approved film, “The Reconciler,” which includes the first appearance of Canadian professional wrestler and actor Roddy Piper in a film since his passing on July 30, 2015. “The Reconciler” also stars Sherry Morris of “The Book of Ruth.” The film is now available in all Walmart stores through an exclusive agreement with Black Wolf Media Group and Origin Releasing. It can also be found on Amazon as well as Comcast/Verizon, OnDemand and iTunes. Sales are expected to be brisk, especially during the holiday season.
“The Reconciler” centers around a mysterious captor that takes estranged people and holds them against their will until they reconcile. At the same time, a female reporter (Sherry Morris) is assigned by her editor (Roddy Piper) to investigate the ever present darkness he feels is pervading the world.
“Besides producing a suspenseful and entertaining film, the real vision is to get people to consider their relationships with others and with God,” says Director and Co-Writer Shawn Justice. “There really is no other film like it out there and so we’re excited to see what God can truly do in the lives of the people who see it.”
On working with the legendary Roddy Piper, Shawn says,
“Roddy was very genuine, such a gracious attitude for someone who had been in the business for so long. He was well loved by so many; in the wrestling world as well as the film world. I feel without a doubt he is Heaven-side as he and I had conversations about it. The release of this film is bittersweet, but I’m sure he’d be proud.”
The movie was shot on RED/4K in Portland by Justice Pictures with local crew and actors. Sponsors of the film include Stinson Press. Justice Pictures was established in 1999 as a faith-based production company which recently wrapped, “Out of the Darkness” with academy nominated actor Graham Greene, partnering with Hydra Entertainment. The companies are planning to shoot a faith-based Western in February 2016, as well as several other titles in 2016.