A family-friendly faith-based musical based on a wayward teenager's first experience at a church camp will debut in theaters nationwide in The inspiring message will be told along with choreography and reimagined recordings of popular Christians songs by artists such as Amy Grant, for King and Country, Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman. Filmed two musical numbers with a bunch of background, a bunch of dancers and all of our lead cast. Thank you melenadance for your choreography Thank you to all the dancers who brought these musical numbers to life in such a magical way! There has never been a better time for this film and we are proud of what this team has achieved. Competing in the church: Who wins? How the sperm donation industry is breaking families.
Alan Powell, creator, co-writer and producer of the upcoming Netflix faith-based musical "A Week Away," says Netflix couldn't be more excited for the release of its first original faith-based musical. Powell's "A Week Away" features a slew of rearranged contemporary Christian music hits and a high-profile Hollywood cast. The idea for the movie came from Powell, a Christian singer and actor, who co-wrote the screenplay with Kali Bailey. He was inspired to write the script after chatting with his brother-in-law who runs a youth group. Initially, there was going to be a theatrical release of the film, but Powell said Netflix acquiring the film is a dream come true. Powell recalled witnessing how much his daughters consumed musicals on Netflix. He said to have his musical on Netflix is a dream come true. I was so excited when Netflix responded and said, 'We'd like to distribute this movie. They have the same kind of passion for very similar reasons that I've had for years and years. It's the perfect partnership.
The "slate" used during the making of "Teen Musical the Movie," a Christian-themed movie shot on the north shore and directed by Marc Mouton. A promotional poster for "Teen Musical the Movie," a Christian teen film shot on the north shore and directed by Marc Mouton. The cover of the soundtrack album for "Teen Musical the Movie," a Christian-based film shot on the north shore and directed by Marc Mouton. But I finally found what I want to do in life. Written, produced and directed by Mouton, it was shot on the north shore. The plot, augmented by much singing and dancing, follows a youth center director, played by Lili-Kayy Park, as she stages a Jesus-themed musical fundraiser to save the center.
By Amanda N'Duka. Based on an original idea by Alan Powell and directed by Roman White, the pic centers around Will Hawkins Quinn , a troubled teen who has a run-in with the law that puts him at an important crossroad: go to juvenile detention or attend a Christian summer camp. At first a fish-out-of-water, Will opens his heart, discovers love with a camp regular Madison , and a sense of belonging in the last place he expected to find it.