SHAKESPEARE SCHOOL YEAR | Official Website
Shakespeare School Year centers around Celeste Kellogg, a first year college student reminiscing on her life in middle school. As she looks back on her first year of middle school, she remembers all the bullies, fears, and friendships. After having a fall out with the popular crowd, her new friends form a music club in an abandoned theater. Inside they not only discover a piece of their town’s history, but also meet a homeless man named Charlie, who connects with the kids through their love of music. When the teens learn the theater will be demolished, they set out on a mission to save Charlie’s home. Needing to raise money to save the building, they decide to put on a modern day version of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing.” With a story that focuses on treating others with respect and standing up for what you believe in that stars the Disney Channel’s Blake Michael (Lemonade Mouth, Dog With A Blog), Bill Cobbs (Night at the Museum), and Two-Time Golden Globe Nominee Lee Meriwether, Shakespeare School Year delivers an uplifting message for the entire family that will speak to all generations. a newly released musical starring Bill Cobbs, Blake Michael, Celeste Kellogg and Lee Meriwether written by Josh Moody.
SEASON OF MIRACLES | Official Website
Based on the award-winning novel by Rusty Whitener, Season of Miracles follows the Robins, an underdog Little League team through their 1974 season with newcomer and autistic baseball savant, Rafer (Grayson Russell, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Talladega Nights). Team leader Zack (Andrew Wilson Williams) takes Rafer under his wing despite taunting from their rivals, the Hawks. Their Coach (John Schneider, The Dukes of Hazzard, October Baby), manager Rebecca (Sydney Morgan Layne), and the rest of the Robins encourage Rafer as the team rises towards an unlikely championship season, that is less about winning and losing and more about living and dying. Season of Miracles is a life-inspiring story about sportsmanship, friendship, and courage in the face of adversity. (Released October 1, 2013, distributed by Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment)
NO LIMIT KIDS: MUCH ADO ABOUT MIDDLE SCHOOL | Official Website
NO LIMIT KIDS: Much Ado About Nothing centers around a group of kids entering middle school for the first time. Full of questions, doubts and fears, they band together to form a club in an old abandon theater on Main Street. Inside the theater, they not only find a very interesting piece of their town’s history, but also a seemingly homeless man, Charlie (Bill Cobbs, Night at the Museum, That Thing You Do), who connects with kids because of his own “outcast” status passion for the theater. The teens learn that the old theater will soon be destroyed and set out on a mission to save the town’s landmark and Charlie’s safe haven. Needing to raise money, they decide to put on a modern day version of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” and through mistaken identities and false assumptions, the group learns a valuable lesson that you can’t always judge a book by it’s cover. Also starring Lee Meriwether (Golden Globe Nominee, Catwoman, Barnaby Jones) and Blake Michael (Disney’s Lemonade Mouth, Dog With A Blog), this moving story centers on treating all people with respect, standing up for what you believe in, and being true to yourself, Much Ado About Nothin’: Middle School Musical delivers an uplifting message for the entire family that will speak to all generations.
PRAISE BAND: The Movie | Official Website
Praise Band is a fun and impactful story of a pastor’s efforts to revive worship in his sleepy church through a new music ministry. Through the change, the church reaches out to the community in a new way and also touches the hearts of many longtime church members, including the church treasurer Wayne Wilson (George Hamilton IV), who initially leads the charge against this new style of guitar-driven music led by worship leader Matt (Adam Melton). Together, the new praise band finds a common bond and unites a dwindling congregation as they walk with God and discover that it’s all about worshipping Him!
In Pre- and Post- Production
Filming in Tennessee: TBD 2016
SEASON OF MYSTERIES
Season of Mysteries is based on the sequel novel and screenplay to Season of Miracles by Rusty Whitener. In Mysteries, we go back to a time between the innocence of childhood and the uncertainty of teenage years; where girls, studies, and life’s bigger issues become a reality, as the kids come face to face with an epic battle between good and evil.
Filmed in Tennessee : Now In Post-Production
SILVER TWINS … in association with Spiritual Identity Ministries
Larry and David Silver are twins raised Jewish who simultaneously become Christians. In the spirit of Fiddler on the Roof and My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Silver Twins is a must see story for those who want to laugh, cry, hope, and believe. It will inspire your faith, with a little help from above.
Update: Larry Silver and his team of associate producers are well on their way of securing funds for this film. We expect to start filming on June 1, 2015. Contact us or visit Spiritual Identity Ministries for more information.
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