More and more redemptive movies are being produced, screened, and distributed in the United States and aboard. These movies are being produced by independent film companies and affiliates of major studios. They are being made for churches and movies theaters in categories such as the following: Christian films, faith-based, Christian world-view, family-friendly, family values and more. The distinction for each category relates to target audiences and degrees of realism, authenticity, and naturalism as the characters portray negative or positive role models. What they all have in common is an attempt to provide edifying, enlightening content that demonstrates the real consequences of choices and behaviors. The degree of realistic, natural language, violence, and intimate scenes varies by category and target audiences. Another variable relates to professional business standards. Some films produced and targeted to churches use a great deal of volunteer labor, which can be seen in the acting and cinematography on screen.
Fortunately, here in Texas we have a good balance of redemptive, professional movies that have been produced for screens of all sizes and audiences of all kinds. These have been films produced by professionals with professional actors and with professional business standards. Among them have been Temple Grandin and Seven Days in Utopia. Among some of the professional redemptive Texas movies coming soon are the following: The Prodigal Film, Ruth, My Heart Dies With You, Return to the Hiding Place, and Beyond the Farthest Star.
See ongoing work on professional, epic, redemptive movies on the Pro Films Facebook site, https://www.facebook.com/groups/profilms13/ .
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