Triple Horse Studios' mission is to collaborate, create and share compelling, redemptive moving-picture stories. It is a content creation company in Atlanta with extensive technical capabilities (sound stages, scenic operations, camera, lighting and grip equipment departments as well as a post-production division with screening rooms, editorial, sound, foley, visual effects, color grade and finishing for excellence, timeliness in projects from development through post- production.
Kharis Productions Ltd was established in 2002 as an independent film, television company. With decades of production experience, founders Iain Morris, Karen Rollins began television careers at Scottish Television (STV), Scotland’s national commercial broadcaster and part of the ITV network in the UK. At STV, they produced, managed a full range of programming. Later at Scope Productions they developed an expansive international portfolio of programming, which Kharis Productions also now has.
The Case For Heaven is available for churches to host through Faith Content Network, April 5 - May 5. In it best-selling author, investigative journalist Lee Strobel explores evidence for afterlife to address man’s biggest fear: death. Inspired by his own brush with death, Strobel searches for answers to the most profound questions we all have, about heaven, hell, Near-Death Experiences. Featuring interviews with experts & skeptics, it will challenge, encourage, inspire. Is there afterlife?
This is a fascinating documentary about the significance of the life of George Washington. Newt Gingrich says the following about Washington: he is central to understanding America's founding and that he was the crucial ﬁgure in winning the American Revolution, in creating the Constitution, and in establishing the precedents for effective self-government as our ﬁrst president.
This is the incredible documentary about the life work of Charles Mully and his family who have to worked to extend their Family by rescuing, rehabilitating over 12,000 homeless, street children who live in Kenya so they could go back to their tribes as doctors, teachers, and other trained professionals to serve the ones who originally abandoned them. It is one of the most astonishing, inspiring true stories of rescue, rehabilitation of street children to an oasis of eternal hope.
Dr. Diane Howard serves film, television, digital platforms with a wide range of experience, training in performance, production. With a background as a published scholar and author, she is also a frontline journalist of depth and breadth. She is especially known for live, exclusive interviews with leading figures in redemptive movies and other performance media. She writes for the best Redemptive, Family magazines and publicizes the top Redemptive, Family movies on leading social media sites.
Everyone has a unique father story. Positive or painful, it’s always personal and can deeply affect the core of our identities, direction of our lives. This is the Kendrick Brothers’ first documentary film. Featuring a range of amazing true stories, this captivating movie takes audiences of all ages on an inspiring, emotional cinematic journey. It provides a fresh perspective on the roles of fathers in today’s society and invites us to think about how we view our earthly fathers and God.
Join Dr. Tony Evans and his daughters, as they retrace steps that changed the world in this movie. Filmed on location in Israel, it brings the Bible to life as they lead a beautiful, captivating walking tour of the historical sites, places of Jesus’ ministry. They deliver personal insights, powerful teaching, biblical context for each location. From the Sea of Galilea, Jordan River, Nazareth, Jerusalem, Christ's ministry, movements, key moments from His birth to His resurrection come alive.
A documentary exploring faith, passion and how hope emerges from tragedy, Ends of the Earth weaves together true stories of Mission Aviation Fellowship pilots - past and present - who strive with missionaries and local believers to take the gospel to the most remote places on Earth.
This incredibly powerful movie is available Fall of 2021 as part of the Faith Content Network available to churches without fees (licensing, hosting...), to theaters as Fathom Events, on streaming and more. This film explores the extraordinary 20-year journey of missionaries Dave and Karen Eubank. The film follows them, their three young children, and Free Burma Rangers as they venture into war zones where they are fighting to bring hope.
COLORS OF CHARACTER: An Artist’s Journey to Redemption is about the extraordinary journey of prolific artist Steve Skipper. Skipper has broken down racist walls in fine art. Skipper became a Christian, when he was a member of a Birmingham, Alabama street gang. His life was transformed. Focused on faith and painting, Skipper gained notoriety in the sports world for his meticulous artistic style of super-realism. Skipper continued his journey, painting the stories of the Civil Rights movement.
In this film with stunning cinematography, John Lennox memorably, clearly shares compelling evidence that science and history not only align with scripture but actively support the Biblical accounts. This has been the life-long passion of this internationally-renowned speaker, author on the interface of science, philosophy, and religion. Lennox breaks down the arguments, issues most often cited in apologetics debates, reflecting on very public, sold-out encounters with well-known atheists
An amazing new distribution paradigm is providing top faith content movies to churches. While Hollywood movies studios and theaters have been struggling and failing, an amazing development has been the production and distribution of some of the best faith content movies through Fathom Events in collaboration with Faith Content Network, which is an association of churches around the country to which any church can apply.
Despite the fact that many long-standing movie studios and theater chains are failing, many new independent, family-friendly, redemptive studios, and outlets are producing and providing good, uplifting, truthful movies and media in the ongoing Reformation of film and new alternative media.
Summer is a great time for families to watch good movies with outdoor scenes, as well as Christian themes worth discussing. Fortunately, there are many worthwhile choices on streaming sites. These movies not only entertain, but they enlighten and edify. They have excellent artistry and content. They provide outstanding discussion starters for families and create interest in being in the great American outdoors. Here are top choices for a range of ages and demographics of excellent movies.
This is interesting history. It is an overview of the whole Lewis and Clark team with good cinematography and nature photography. It is from the point of view of Sacagawea. The self-sufficiency of those on the Lewis and Clark team is amazing. This documentary is inspiring and heart-warming.
Apollo 11 is an amazing real-life documentary of NASA’s first moon landing with astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins. The cinematography is spectacular with its newly released original footage. It is an educational and inspiring movie for the whole family.
This tells the true, inspiring story of 17-year-old Rachel Scott, the 1st student killed in the Columbine H.S. massacre in 1999. Based on her personal diary, this depicts her extraordinary courage, strength, unwavering faith in tragedy. In her final moments , after being shot repeatedly by classmates Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, Rachel refused to deny her Lord and Savior. Her attackers if she still believed in God, to which she replied, “You know I do.” They then shot her in the head.
This is a CBN documentary based on the true story of an amazing young woman who becomes an ambassador between two nations. To produce this movie, producers have referred to accounts passed down through generations of Native American culture. They have examined English documentation to develop Pocahontas as authentically as possible with her own thoughts, insights, and faith for this drama.