Did you know that 95% of all Christian movies are produced here in America? Why is that? And what can we do to help Christian filmmakers in other countries?
In our newest film, Miracle at Manchester, a simple message is echoed throughout the movie. “Christianity is not a spectator sport and that the Kingdom of God advances when we all get involved.”
Let’s face it; we live in an age when the opportunity to do mission work is greater than ever before. The key tool God has given us to use to reach the lost is film!
That is why JCFilms Studios is helping more and more international filmmakers collaborate with other creative believers in using their skills to change the culture for Christ in their countries.
JCFilms Studios is proud to announce the opening of another International Production Club in Leeds, England. The club will be directed by Jennie Stoenner, an aspiring Christian screenwriter/filmmaker based in Leeds, England.
“There is great need for the Gospel here in England, but there is also strong evidence that the Church here is really coming alive. I see the making of Christian films as a wonderful opportunity to help nurture the reawakening that is happening here,” Jennie said.
For more information about the Leeds JCFilms - Production Club please email: email@example.com
Just what is a Production Club?
JCfilms Production Clubs are being created to offer both education and opportunity for people of faith to get involved in Christian films. Each location is designed as a hub for Christian movie making, from script writing to acting; the goal of these Clubs is to tell Christ centered redemptive stories through film by creating compelling, entertaining, and wholesome content.
The goal of these film production club is simple: Produce faith and family films. To collaborate with other creative believers in using our experiences and skills to change the culture for Christ.