This romantic drama is set against the true story of conflicts that boiled over in a 1925 courtroom pitting two larger-than-life personalities against each other with world-wide implications. An inspiring look basedon the real debates of creationism v. evolution. Starring Brian Dennehy, Colm Meaney, Fred Thompson, Ashley Johnson and Nathan West. Directed by Tom Hines. 91 minutes. Dove Recommendation.
BADGE OF FAITH
Police officer Bryan Lawrence has dedicated his career to the concept of ‘To Protect and Serve’. But an encounter with two fugitives ends with Bryan being kicked in the face, paralyzing him from the neck down. Bryan finds himself in a world where he is completely helpless. This true story tells of a man's strength in his Faith to overcome obstacles. Starring Andrew Lauer and Ashley Bratcher. Directed by Donald Leow. 89 minutes.
BEYOND THE FARTHEST STAR
Telling of the twist of fate that brings the national spotlight to a once famous preacher this enthralling story asks the question if he use the opportunity to regain his former glory or seize one last chance to restore his fractured family. Starring Cherami Leigh, Renee O'Connor, Todd Terry, Barry Corbin and written and directed by Andrew Librizzi. 129 minutes. Presented in cooperation with Timeless Life, Inc.
A rebellious teenager is sent to stay on her grandmother's horse ranch for Christmas. She falls into friendship with her grandmother's pony she's named "Hope" and becomes determined to help save the ranch from foreclosure. Starring Francine Locky and Taylor Lyons . Directed by Douglas Maddox. 82 minutes. Dove Recommendation.
COURAGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE
A tavern keeper and a British deserter lead a band of rebel underground soldiers in acts of midnight justice against royal officials attempting to enforce unpopular law, in the God-fearing township of Courage, New Hampshire. Starring Basil Hoffman, Jim Tavare, Nathan Kershaw, and Alexandra Oliver. Directed by James Patrick Riley. 4 x 60 minutes. Dove Recommendation.
Ice racing is one of the most extreme of all extreme sports. This feature length program tells the story of a band of courageous motor-heads who descend on frozen lakes to pit high-powered car against car – and everyone against the bitter cold. "Cracked Ice," highlights their passion, their friendships, and of how this unique sport transforms the racing club’s president, Pete Tavernier, from an earlier life of trouble into a servant of The Lord. Written and directed by Joel Sheagren. 44 minutes.
Jason has been living in a state of fear all his life seeing creatures, having vivid nightmares and struggling with near psychosis. The joy of his wife's pregnancy intensifies the visions, now more violent then ever before as their home becomes an earthly ground zero for a Host of Angels in the ultimate battle of Good vs. Evil. Starring D'Angelo Midili, Natasha Sims, Tucker Boggio, Lisa Coronado and Philipp Aurand. Written and directed by Ben Pohl. 90 minutes.
Sam Doonby seems to always be in the right place at the right time. Despite his infectious personality, before long, jealousy and suspicion drive the townspeople to question his motives. When the smitten Laura begins to doubt him as well, he disappears as quickly as he materialized and as their pasts comes back to haunt them, everyone realizes that there was more to Doonby than they understood. A very dramatic pro-life message in quality production. Starring John Schneider, Ernie Hudson, Robert Davi, Joe Estevez, Jenn Godzon, and Jennifer O'Neill. Directed by Pater MacKenzie. 95 minutes.
Newly available in both feature-length and eight part re-enactment mini-series, this docu-drama tells of real stories of Faith when everyday people face insurmountable problems. Courageous true lessons are learned to trust in the Lord when life happens...tragedy happens...Thank God...Faith Happens. Starring Andrew Lauer (BADGE OF FAITH) James Wong (The Chase) and Sierra Wingert. Created and directed by Rick Garside. Feature: 121 minutes. Series: 8 x 22 minutes.
Due to his mother's recent death, nine year-old Chance Watson is flunking out of school. Then, one night, a wonderful, magical sheepdog appears and promises to make his dreams come true, but only if he can follow the Ten Commandments. Presented in association with Blairwood Entertainment. Starring Lance Burton and introducing Oscar Limon-Zarzosa as Chance. Directed by Rory Johnston. 85 minutes.
Ten strangers entangle themselves in the spider web that is life in Los Angeles today. As they struggle to solve their problems themselves, things only get worse -- their problems multiply, and spill over into the lives of so many others. Yet there is one presence that the never leaves. One lone voice of reason and compassion in the midst of lives on fire. Starring Tomas Boykin, Christinna Chauncey and Jay Hindle. Directed by John Ward. 90 minutes. Dove Recommendation.
THE LOST CITY OF CECIL B. DeMILLE
In 1923, pioneer filmmaker Cecil. B. DeMille built the largest set in movie history for his epic motion picture, “The Ten Commandments.” When filming was completed, DeMille ordered the entire edifice dismantled...and secretly buried. And there it lay, forgotten, for 60 years...and became the rumored "Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille." Then a group of determined film buffs, inspired by a cryptic clue in DeMille's autobiography, located the remains of the set. This is that on-going story. Directed by Peter Brosnan. 87 minutes.
Eleven year old Kanin finds solace in a game after the loss of his father. This delightful family comedy shows us the importance of family and team support even when all seems lost. Starring Ed Asner, Tracy Nelson and Patrick Duffy. Directed by Dan Guntzelman. 94 minutes.
Oscar winner Ben Kinglsey is a magician with a mysterious secret. He lives alone with his pet jaguar in an old mansion rigged with magic tricks and hidden chambers. In spite of all the neighborhood legends about the "spooky house," a young orphan sets out to discover its secrets. Starring Sir Ben Kingsley and Mercedes Reuhl. Directed by William Sachs. 101 minutes.
TAKE 2 FOR FAITH
Following a very public fall from grace, a country music legend seeks refuge in her rural Georgia hometown, where she discovers bittersweet feelings for her high school sweetheart, the local pastor. A music filled story of trust, redemption and revival. Starring Janine Turner, Janelle Arthur, Aaron O'Connell and Nia Sioux. Directed by Nancy Criss. in post-production. Dove Recommendation.
TRADE OF INNOCENTS
An American couple becomes advocates for an Asian American girl who is prey to a Cambodian sex-trafficking brothel. Starring Dermot Mulroney, Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino, John Billingsley and Trieu Tran. Directed by Christopher Bessette. 94 minutes. Multiple Award Winner.
The historic Vienna Boys' Choir appear in a richly entertaining feature length Christmas celebration on film featuring chorales from all cultures venerating Mary, The Mother of Jesus and the Nativity in Song. A Curt Faudon Film, co-produced under the direction of Gerald Wirth, Musical Director of the Vienna Boys' Choir. 88 minutes.
....and many more coming soon!
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