Life Fine Tuned — This family friendly comedy-drama tells the story of a self-absorbed teen pop idol (aptly, named Star), who throws one too many tantrums during rehearsals for her new music video. Star drives off in a fury, expecting an apologetic call from her manager at any moment. Instead, she is replaced by her look-alike stand-in and the use of CG technology. Now lost in rural Virginia, Star is taken in by a Christian family whose lifestyle stands in stark contrast to that of the pop diva. Inspired by the Madison family's faith, kindness, and mutual love of music, Star begins to confront her wounded past, get in tune with those around her, and ultimately with God. Winner of the 2012 Top Applause Award at the International Family Film Festival in Hollywood.
Sidewalk Singer — From the writer of two nationally published novels, A Choice to Cherish and Written on Her Heart, comes an inspirational, church-produced drama about Kris Kivi, an everyday man who has lost his family to a tragic accident and his job to the recession. Forced to play his guitar on the streets for donations, Kris must overcome harassment from a small town gang as well as prejudice from members of a local church. Written by novelist and pastor Alan Maki and directed by New York International Film Festival winner Jeff Thomas, Sidewalk Singer is an uplifting slice-of-life film about overcoming hardship through the strength of faith. Featuring performances by Jason Carter (Babylon 5) and Joshua Haze (Days of Our Lives) and original songs by Maki and Kent Marcum.
For Love's Sake — Based on a true story. After the tragic death of her husband, Mary Walker falls into a spiral of suicidal depression and subsequently loses custody of her two boys. Through the intervention of a caring Christian therapist (played by Bruce Marchiano), Mary regains her faith, experiences emotional healing, and finds the strength to fight a skeptical bureaucracy for custody of her children.
Shadowlands — He cried out, "Where is God when I really need him?" This film is about the agonizing spiritual crisis of C. S. Lewis when his wife died from cancer. The love, grief, pain, and sorrow were so shattering to Lewis that his basic Christian beliefs, magnificently communicated in his many books, were now called into serious doubt. Relive the journey of C. S. Lewis during the days prior to and after the cancer-related death of his wife Joy in this film that captures both heart and mind. You will be able to see his commitment to Christ despite severe trials. He picked up the pieces and moved out of the depressing "shadowlands," realizing that "real life has not even begun yet." Starring Joss Ackland and Claire Bloom. Winner of over a dozen prestigious awards including the International Emmy for Best Drama and two British Academy Awards. Includes 90-minute television version and 73-minute abridged version.
Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club — Newly-hired waitress, Megan, gets a taste of customer service when three elderly men walk into the restaurant one Wednesday morning. Crotchety, persnickety and eccentric, the three men give Megan a run for her money. In spite of initial impressions and the snide remarks of Martha, her co-waitress, Megan rolls up her sleeves and endeavors to be the best server possible for her three regular customers, and a slow but warm friendship blossoms.
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