Remember Movie Updates
Much has happened since our premier screening in Drumheller earlier this year. Here are three key ones you should know about!
Release Date: Remembers oficial release date is October 14th 2012! DVDs will being shipping on the 14th, also look for the soundtrack release near that date. Pre-Order the DVD to be among the first to get it!
Calgary premier: The Canadian premier theatrical showing of the finished version of “Remember.” Join us at 2:00pm at the Plaza Theatre in Calgary. Come early and cheer the actors as they walk the red carpet and stay after for a Q&A. You can buy your tickers online or at the door.
San Diego Christian Film Festival: Remember has been chosen as an award nominee for the SDCFF 2012, Festival schedule and exact screening times for Remember are still to be announced. If you are in the area, why not consider attending the festival?
New Feature Film to come from Moviemakers in 2012!
I am very pleased to announced our first feature film production is underway! We will begin filming in December and aim for a mid 2012 release! Here is the teaser trailer:
Or watch it on vimeo http://vimeo.com/32346723
To help raise funds we are offering some crazy exciting deals if you preOrder the DVD through Indigogo! Indigogo Remember Movie Campaign!
Entrusted With Arrows to screen at San Diego Christian Film Festival
Entrusted With Arrows has been accepted by the San Diego Christian Film Festival and will show at the festival December 27-30, 2010.
Entrusted With Arrows has been accepted into the International Christian Film Festival and was selected for Best Adult Education Film! Wow!
The festival will be held on Saturday, October 2nd at 5pm at the Woodbridge Community Church located at 5000 Barranca Parkway in Irvine, CA.
MovieMakers to screen 2 films at SAICFF!
We are so exited to announce that we have received conformation that Entrusted With Arrows and Subitize Me are both Semi finalists in this years San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival (to be held in October 2010) in their respective categories! The San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival is considered by many the premier christian film festival in the world, the films selected and show in the least few years are top notch.
Entrusted With Arrows Reviewed by The Simple Life
“When I watch the movie, I get this tingle in the back my neck and it sort of flushes my face.” ~ The Simple Life
Entrusted With Arrows was reviewed recently on The Simple Life blog, he had some very encouraging things to say. It is amazing to us to see how this Documentary is resonating with people across the continent.
To read the full review and post visit The Simple Life.
”…I’d like to say thank you to the Movie Makers. Like a fire on a winter’s day, they brought cheer and inspiration to me, reminding me that with God, all things are possible. ” ~ The Simple Life
MovieMakers Interviewed on AM 11.40
The Josties – “What Happy Is” Official Music Video
In our documentary Entrusted With Arrows we were privileged to spend some time with the Jost family. At the end of our day of filming we had some time to record a song from their new album called What Happy Is and were able to include the living room performance of the song on our DVD (so if you a Jostie fan that is one more good reason to get the DVD!). This week the the Josties released the official music video of the song. Check it out it really is a fantastic song and video!
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Entrusted With Arrows Premiere a Success!
Last night the Lammiman Family Theater was filed to capacity for the Premiere screening of the MovieMakers Documentary Entrusted With Arrows. The audience enjoyed the documentery thoroughly calling it “very thought provoking”.