“The Imitation Game” is growing to become the highest grossing independent film overseas and domestically. Nominated for eight Academy Awards, the film has garnered critical claim starring Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays British computer scientist, Alan Turing. The mathematician was instrumental in cracking German codes to aid the Allies during WWII. After the war Turing was prosecuted by his government for homosexuality which was illegal in 1952.
Producers Ido Ostrowsky, Nora Grossman, and Teddy Schwarzman took questions after a recent screening.
The film has grossed over 52 million at the box office since its November release.
Can broken stories have happy endings? Confessions of a Prodigal Son, a new inspirational drama starring Kevin Sorbo (God’s Not Dead, Storm Rider, Hercules) and Nathan Clarkson (The Veil, Mayflower 2), is a modern retelling of one of the most commonly recognized parables of Jesus, the Prodigal Son. This coming of age film follows a character named Sean, as he rebels and leaves his father and home to figure out life on his own. While still discovering life’s answers, Sean is confronted by a professor who not only challenges him to examine the choices he’s making but to view his own life as a story. The movie is set for theatrical release in select cities beginning in February and available on DVD and Digital HD March 24. Make sure to watch the above trailer and see the movie. This is one you don’t want to miss! Also, be on the lookout for “Confessions of a Prodigal Son – Music Inspired by the Motion Picture” by Various Artists, distributed by Right Angle Music. For more about the film, visit the Confessions of a Prodigal Son Facebook page.
The first Christ-centered romantic adventure film “Beyond the Mask,” will be coming to theaters on April 6th 2015 from Burns Family Studio, and director Chad Burns starting in the year of 1775. The film is about Will Reynolds, a mercenary for the British East India Company on the run. While on the run in the American Colonies, Reynolds works to earn back the trust of his Charlotte, and Ben Franklin as he works to foil a plot. Andrew Cheney (Seasons of Gray) stars as the hero with a story that is expected to encourage and celebrate what true freedom is in Christ. The project was originally on Kickstarter and raised over 24,000 in 2011 in a 40-day period and is expected to be released in 1,000 theaters.
“From production quality and special effects to acting to the storyline combo of gospel and adventure, this is Christian filmmaking 2.0,” Burns said in a press release.
Actor John Rhys-Davies from Lord of the Rings and Kara Killmer (“Chicago Fire”) will star as Charlotte. For more information go to www.beyondthemaskmovie.com.
We Bid Farewell to Leonard Nimoy Friday, February 27th Leonard Nimoy, famously known for his role as Spock in the infamous Star Trek series, passed away at the age of 83. His wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed his death, stating that the cause was the end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Nimoy publicly announced last
Get a First Look at A.D. The Bible Continues This Easter Sunday, April 5th, 2015, join millions of viewers for the premiere of A.D. The Bible Continues and continue on a 12-week journey through what would become the most powerful global movement in history – the rise of the Church.
‘Hey! Ho! Let’s Go!’ Faster than you can say: ‘Hey! Ho! Let’s go!,’ self-taught drummer Marky Ramone continues to rock out his legacy as the last member of the most iconic punk bands in history. In his book, Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone, Marky gives an account of the punk scene in the 1970s, a look