Inspirational Movies/TV Based on True Stories
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.
One of the most critical, complex challenges of our time is how to serve, restore the homeless. A role modelling solution has developed in Florida and a new movie tells the story of how this solution emerged. Produced by Kingstone Studios, this film features Sean Young, T.C. Stallings, and Dean Cain. It premieres nationwide in more than 700 movie theaters through Fathom Events. It then is available to churches through Faith Content Network. See interview-Art Ayris, writer, CEO, church leader...
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.
This film is available for churches to show with no hosting, licensing fees through Faith Content Network, May 10- June 10. It is also available in theaters as a Fathom Event, May 9. This film is based on a true story about a church providing comprehensive services for the homeless. The story involves a jaded reporter whose cynicism is slowly transformed when she befriends a recovering addict as she works a story about a church struggling to serve the homeless. This is an outstanding movie.
Kingstone Studios, in the entertainment corridor of central Florida, creates epic comics, animation and motion pictures. These include action-adventure, Biblical, faith, sci-fi, educational and historical epic content in comic books and graphic novels. It has a cinematic animation partnership with LA-based Reserve Entertainment. It develops, produces film, motion picture content. Their “No Vacancy” starring Dean Cain, Sean Young and T.C. Stallings opens in theaters on May 9.
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?
Sabina is scheduled for The Beltonian Theatre, March 28, 6 p.m. This is an outstanding movie in content, artistry! Great character is sometimes forged amid great turmoil. Sabina is the story of how God’s love transformed an ambitious, atheistic hedonist into one of the greatest Christian women of the 20th c. The film opens with Sabina risking her life to show Christ’s love to a trio of Nazi soldiers. Why? Why would a Jewish Christian risk her life to help her enemies that killed her family?
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.
The Faith Content Network Movie (for churches without licenses, hosting fees) at the Beltonian Theatre, Feb. 28 at 6 p.m., is The Most Reluctant Convert: The Untold CS Lewis Story. It is one of the best movies in content, artistry. Experience C.S. Lewis’ profound journey from vigorous debunker of Christianity to become “the most reluctant convert in all England.” Through Max McLean’s detailed, masterful performance, Lewis tells his story of grief, loss, redemption in his own magnificent words.
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.
This is one of the best films: deep, thoughtful theological content; excellent acting with outstanding delivery of great dialogue with authentic dialect; moving story that builds to great, climatic understanding; authentic sets, costumes, props; excellent lighting and much more. Through Max McLean, Lewis (most influential Christian writer in recent history) tells his story of grief, loss, redemption in his own magnificent words. This is available without cost to churches.
This is excellent in terms of the following: content; cinematography; acting; authentic dialects, costumes, props; beautiful music... It shows that often European faith movies have high standards in terms of artistry. The history here is insightful, invaluable. The Nazis killed her entire family, but she risked everything to share the love of Christ with them. This is a story of how God’s love transformed a hedonistic atheist into a profound example of Christ's forgiveness. Freely available.
From my exclusive interview with Andrew Erwin: DH: Why is this movie timely? AE: There is a resurging hunger for hope. A growing desire is developing to move from what is dire, negative, and pessimistic toward what is redemptive and eternal. DH: How is the redemptive, Christian, faith-based movie industry developing? AE: There is a growing acceptance in mainstream media and bigger platforms for redemptive movies because of the growing interest in audiences for redemptive, family media.
This Walt Disney drama is inspired by Native American, Squanto. He is captured in the New World by sailors who take him back to England. After a daring escape, Squanto ends up in the company of kind monks, who offer him sanctuary and teach him their ways. He is amazed at his new friends’ willingness to endure for him. He further learns that hate is vicious, unproductive. He learns the values of patience, finding good in people, serving God not greed, and laying down one’s life for others.