On Sunday, April 19, 2020 at 6PM, Dean Cain will attend and introduce his new faith-based police drama, DISPATCHED at Bridgeport United Methodist Church. Before the event, Cain will host a reception for all local law enforcement officers and their spouses at the church.

JCFilms, a faith and family friendly production company that has produced almost a dozen Dean Cain feature films in Harrison County over the past two years. In September 2019, JCFilms partnered with local law enforcement to shoot the film DISPATCHED, starring the former ‘Superman’ actor.

This event is not only being celebrated as a Red-Carpet Movie Night for the community but also as a Harrison County Law Enforcement Appreciation Night.

“We are so grateful for such a wonderful community to make these types of inspirational movies, we wanted to show our appreciation,” stated Jason Campbell, President of JCFilms.

DISPATCHED is based on a true story and a book titled the same, about a Windsor, Connecticut Police Officer named Carl Thomas. Thomas was revered by his colleagues for his fearlessness at going after the bad guys, but Thomas had a dark side. In DISPATCHED, you will see how God changed the heart of a street hardened cop into an ambassador of God's love, and ultimately how an entire community was changed.

Showtime is at 6:00PM on Sunday, April 19th when Dean Cain will introduce the film. This is a free event. The film is 90 minutes long and though the film has not been rated; event organizers are requesting no children under the age of five. To watch the trailer or to learn more about the film please visit: www.PoliceDrama.com

Former ‘Superman’ Dean Cain to play main character in a Mel Trotter Ministries Film

GRAND RAPIDS, MI (February 5, 2020) — Jason Campbell, owner of JC Films, a production company in existence to engage current culture through powerfully produced faith-based films, is bringing a feature-length film production to Grand Rapids in June. A nationally acclaimed writer and producer, Campbell and Mel Trotter Ministries signed a film production contract last December.

The movie, tentatively titled One Life at a Time, will highlight both the importance of awareness and the misconceptions of homelessness in West Michigan. The storyline takes viewers on a human journey where the lives of people from vastly different upbringings and socioeconomic status intersect in the most unlikely of places.

The script also includes an historical nod to the man Melvin E. Trotter, in light of the mission’s 120-year anniversary. Mel Trotter Ministries opened its doors in 1900.

When asked the question, “Why a movie?” Dennis Van Kampen, President and CEO of Mel Trotter Ministries, replied, “We are all wired to connect our lives with others through stories. Jesus told stories all the time to help people understand what God is like and what life is about. Our hope is that through this film, viewers would connect deeply with that same fundamental truth.”

"Dean Cain and I are so excited about coming to Grand Rapids this summer to make this important film. As the problems of homelessness increase around our nation so do the stereotypes, and we hope we can change our perceptions and find solutions through this film project," said Jason Campbell, President of JC Films.

The movie will be utilizing a few hundred local actors and extras. JCFilms has partnered Compass College of Cinematic Arts, a Grand Rapids school that provides God-gifted artists with the spiritual and creative tools needed to create experiential and culturally impacting stories to produce the film.

Casting is set for late April, with the twelve-day production to begin in June.

For more information, please visit www.meltrotter.org/mtmmovie

About JCFilms

JC Films writes, casts, and produces memorable feature films for ministries to complement their important work in society, believing there is a great need to engage this culture with films that challenge the narrative and deliver a message of eternal truth.

"Jason Campbell uses the many gifts and talents entrusted to him by God to produce films that honor God and challenges to confront the many moral issues of our time." - Pastor Scott Seabury, Agawam, MA

About Dean Cain Dean Cain is an American actor, producer, television show host, and former football player, best known for playing the role of Clark Kent/Superman in the TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. He was also host of Ripley's Believe It or Not! and appeared in the soap opera series Hit the Floor.

About Mel Trotter Ministries

Established in 1900, Mel Trotter Ministries exists to demonstrate the compassion of Jesus Christ, through rescue and restoration for anyone experiencing hunger and homelessness. MTM seeks to help end homelessness and walk with people on their faith journey. For more information about Mel Trotter Ministries, visit www.meltrotter.org or call 616-588-8754.

A new faith-based political comedy film in support of Donald Trump coming soon.

Is it possible to produce a faith based film that is both Christian and political? How about a faith based film that's not only Christian and political, but a comedy about Donald Trump? Well, JCFilms starts production soon on such a cultural combination with their newest film, BEING TRUMP.

JCFilms has produced over 20 faith & family feature films in the last several years. They’ve tackled many issues in their films such as school prayer, ant-bullying, and even America’s opioid addiction. Now, they are diving into politics. And here is the plot structure so far:

“President Donald Trump’s Space Force program has quickly become a reality and when the first mission to MARS is introduced our President insists on being the first man to walk the red planet. However, the framers of our constitution never imagined a sitting President leaving the planet and if so, would Trump really need to transfer his powers or could he just find a look-a-like to fill in for a few days?”

BEING TRUMP a political comedy that unveils the truth and mystery about Donald Trump’s politics. This parody style film goes beyond the seal, the fanfare, and all the propaganda to depict the real Donald Trump and his policies that are indeed “Making America Great Again.”

BEING TRUMP will cast several leading conservative voices and will premiere in Charlotte, NC during the 2020 Republican National Convention. Production on the film starts in South Florida in February 2020 and will partner with William Gold Entertainment, a company that specializes in political impersonators.

The producers have created a crowd fundraising opportunity for those that want to contribute to the project at: https://www.gofundme.com/f/being-trump

To get involved or learn more, please visit www.BeingTrump.com.