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Paul, Apostle of Christ (2018)

Coming to theaters in 2018 from Affirm Films

 

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Starring: Jim Caviezel, James Faulkner, Olivier Martinez, Joanne Whalley, John Lynch

 

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Paul, who wrote large portions of the New Testament and served as the first missionary of the early church, will appear under the eye of his captor, Mauritius, while awaiting execution in Rome. His time is spent on writing the letters that make up the largest portion of the Epistles, as he attempted to strengthen the followers of Jesus against Roman persecution.

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The Perfect Race (April 2019)

Coming April 2019 from the Christiano Brothers

 

Writer(s): Dave Christiano

Director(s): Dave Christiano

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Starring: Allee Sutton HethcoatGoria Cunningham

 

Plot Synopsis:

A female athlete at a small Christian college works hard to overcome long odds and try to win a national title in the 800 meter run. “The Perfect Race” is a follow up movie to “Remember The Goal”.

Play the Flute (2019)

Coming 2018 from the Christiano Brothers

 

Writer(s): Rich Christiano

Director(s): Rich Christiano

Producer(s): Rich Christiano

Starring: Fred Grandy, Terri Conn, Brett Varvel, Kennedy Tucker, Sean Ormond

 

Plot Synopsis:

A new Youth Director takes over an indifferent, lukewarm youth group in hopes of getting them serious about the Bible and their relationship with the Lord.

Generational Sins (October 2017)

 

In Theaters October 6, 2017

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Writer(s): Spencer T. Folmar, Dax Spanogle

Director(s): Spencer T. Folmar

Producer(s): Christopher Cibelli, Tatia Cibelli, Leesa Folmar, Spencer T. Folmar, Tom Folmar, Mark Gottlieb, Sharon Gottlieb, Burton Kloster, Kimberly Kloster, Cathy Mason, Thurman Mason, Amber M. Shimel, Chad Shimel, Jason Spanogle, Luverne Vanderwerf, Sheila Vanderwerf

Starring: Daniel MacPherson, Dax Spanogle, Barrett Donner, Bill Farmer, Leesa Folmar, Kristen Jezek, Nicholas Coble, Tom Folmar, Mark McDowell, Nolan Hite, Jeff J. Spanogle, Thurman Mason, Spencer T. Folmar, Susan Fetzer

 

Plot Synopsis:

Two estranged brothers are brought together by the death of their mother, whose dying wish it to see them return to their birthplace and reunite with their abusive, alcoholic father. The brothers set out on an emotional journey that leads them to their hometown, suffocating with the darkness of memories the younger brother can’t remember as the older wants nothing more than to forget…

As each reconnects to the town and its people, the brothers struggle to find the meaning of “home” – both for those who stay, and those who leave. Together they must confront their father – the memory and the man himself, and are ultimately forced to choose between a bitter existence or a life forgiveness.

“Generational Sins” explores themes of home, grace, and forgiveness, diving into the nature of how these concepts, experiences and ideals impact the very decisions we make, and thereupon, the ramifications they impose on the lives of ourselves as well as others.

Malibu Dan the Family Man (October 2017)

Series coming from PureFlix October 5, 2017

 

Writer(s): Tommy Blaze, Philip Morton

Director(s): David de Vos

Producer(s): Jon Kondelik, Matt Shapira, Philip Morton

Starring: David A. R. White, Andrea Logan White, Kevin Downes, Lauren Harper, Brad Heller, Kelly Stables, Aria Walters, John O’Hurley, Robin Givens, Mark Christopher Lawrence, Victoria Jackson, Erik Estrada, Gregg Binkley, Clint Howard, Pat McNeely, Robin Miller, David Pires, Shari Rigby, Shelley Robertson, Antonio Sabato Jr.

 

Plot Synopsis:

The usual PureFlix clowns from Hitting the Breaks make another so-called comedy series.

A Walk With Grace (in progress)

 

Currently being filmed

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Writer(s): Nick Kellis

Director(s): Nick Kellis

Producer(s): Nick Kellis, Lance Paul, Chris Carson, Drew Evans, April Kennedy, Brian MacGillivray, Austin St. John

Starring: Stephen Baldwin, Austin St. John, Joe Estevez, David Lee Smith, Nicole Dambro, Ashley Bratcher, Ian Grey, Brenna Sherman, Garrett Pace, Bret Aaron Knower, Lance Paul, Jenni Kennedy, Mishka Calderon, Jenni-Kate Deshon, Chris Minor, Yorke Fryer, Manu Aggarwal, Samir Patel, Jaylee Kennedy

 

Plot Synopsis:

When his mother dies a week before Easter, a widowed hotshot LA exec, Nate Lassiter, is confronted with heart-tugging responsibilities. He must finally return, with his daughter Chloe intow, to his hometown in Ohio. There, he faces the daunting task of signing away his family’s factory. Nate must also confront: a spitfire cousin, unhappy Nate left her to run the factory years ago, a labor-strike lead by his high school wrestling buddy, and a legal battle over the impending sale of the factory– brought on by his high school sweetheart, Grace. Nate’s biggest challenge, however, will be the realization that accepting things you feel you don’t deserve, and giving freely to those you believe aren’t deserving, is giving into God’s grace. Forced to search his soul and embrace his past, he just might reconnect with his God – and fall back in love with his Grace. Once lost in Los Angeles, Nate Lassiter is about to be found in Middle America!

Selfie Dad (2018)

Coming 2018 from Corum Deo Pictures

 

Writer(s): Brad J. Silverman

Director(s): Brad J. Silverman

Producer(s): Patrick G. Ingram, Paul L. Long, Mike Sullivan, Geno Taylor

Starring: James Denton, Johnny Pacar, Pat Finn, Emily Tosta, Michael Jr., Shelby Simmons, Dahlia Waingort, Shelley Dennis, Peter A. Hulne, Jalon Christian, Charissa Saverio

 

Plot Synopsis:

What happens when a comic gets serious about the Bible?

Like Arrows: The Art of Parenting (2018)

Coming in 2018 from FamilyLife and Pro-Family Films

 

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Director(s): Kevin Peeples

Producer(s): David C. Cook, Kevin Peeples

Starring: Alan Powell, David Blamy, Alex Kendrick, Kristi Taylor, Victoria Anastasi, Katherine Shepler, Les Best, Holly Morris, Garry Nation, Andrew Hurt, Elizabeth Becka, Justin Torrence, LaVictor Chase Talbert Jr., Samantha Katelyn, Jason Rhymer, Jade Bui, Anisa Nyell Johnson, Micah Lynn Hanson, Adam Drake, Joseph Curtis Callender, Emma Dison Brantley, Kathleen Dellinger, Dawson Shea, Jaden Bishop, Frances Dell Bendert, Carter Babcock, Hobbs Peeples, Sophia Smith, Amanda Lauren Cabigting, Rowe Powell, Elleina Papageorgiou, Justin Livingston, Isabella Smith, Joel Dellinger, Aowyn Peeples, Randy Henning, John Jackson Hunter, Tara Warolin, Rory Root, Kendrick Peeples, Micah Drew Johnson, Davis Ray, Drakeford Peeples

 

Plot Synopsis:

A feature length film designed to accompany a parenting curriculum from FamilyLife.

HeavenQuest: A Pilgrim’s Progress (2018)

 

In Theaters late 2018

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Writer(s): Matt Bilen, Dan Mark, Rachel Tan, Michael Tang, Darren Wilson

Director(s): Matt Bilen

Producer(s): Jeremy Adams, Matt Bilen, In-Pyo Cha, David Kang, Ricky Kim, Dan Mark, Rachel Tan, Darren Wilson

Starring: Peta Sergeant, Alan Powell, Fernanda Romero, Karyme Lozano, Ricky Kim, Eric Tiede, Asger Folmann, Patrick Thompson, In-Pyo Cha

 

Plot Synopsis:

A new take on the classic story from John Bunyan.

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