Media OP:New Film Distribution Model Takes Family Friendly Films to The Church, Not The Theater.
(Los Angeles)July 10, 2007 -- Christian Cinema Network (CCN) the brainstorm of Founder/President Marianne P. Wilson, is redefining the way Christians go to the movies . . . and she says “it will work!”
CCN’s first family friendly fare “Believe In Me" will not be shown in your local theater, instead this 1960s true story of a girls’ high school basketball team in Oklahoma and the inspirational coach who transforms them from last place into state champions, will be shown in churches.
“Believe In Me" is a highly entertaining motion picture that offers wonderful life lessons,” says Wilson. “CCN’s goal is to help promote family friendly, inspiring and meaningful films while giving churches and ministries quality entertainment that can be used as fundraising opportunities, teaching tools and community building events.
“Film-gems such as ”Believe In Me“ are often overlooked by traditional means of distribution,” says Wilson" However, Churchgoers can now enjoy great family and faith friendly films via CCN’s distribution system that empowers like-minded people to share in faith, film and family values right at their own church.”
*How is this movie different from any other movie?
*Is our society lacking in the department of family friendly movies?
*Is the need for family friendly movies going to increase- Do you think Hollywood is getting the message?
*Do these inspirational movies truly make a positive impact on people?
*Being that “Believe in Me” was based on a true story in the 1960’s, in what ways is it relevant for today?
*Is it believed that most people can identify with the underdog?
The Christian Cinema Network (CNN) has been producing films that inspire and was created to provide places for people to gather, build community and enjoy uplifting and inspiring films. These films with Biblical messages, such as “Believe In Me,” an inspiring film based on a true story about bringing a 1960’s girls basketball team with a losing tradition to a miraculous state championship, are shown through a Network of churches and organizations prior to any traditional theatrical or DVD release. Organizations joining SCN in this exciting movement by becoming “Premiere Hosts” have the opportunity to create additional revenue as well as increase their organization’s visibility while lifting the consciousness of the planet. To learn more about Christian Cinema Network, and how to host a movie visit http://www.christiancinemanetwork.com.
Availability: Nationwide via telephone; to major U.S. cities with appropriate lead-time for television and radio.
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“Believe In Me,” is an underdog story of triumph, friendship and love. It is a film that proves that the impossible can be achieved if you believe, and is as relevant today as it was forty years ago when the true story took place. Churches can host a movie through the CCN, which requires a minimal financial commitment, and CCN will split the ticket price of $10 with the church organization.
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