New: The Movie

New: The Movie

Penny, Nattie, Emmie, and Jess are best friends who spend their summer working at a creative arts center called All Things New. Together, they stage Art in the Park, a festival created for children to experience the joy of the arts. However, when a top talent scout shows up and offers Emmie’s adopted brother, Isaiah, a life of fame and fortune in Los Angeles, Isaiah is forced to make some difficult choices that may compromise his beliefs, as well as his relationships with his family and the kids who look up to him at the center.

Filled with music, dancing, art, comedy, and drama, New is a fun family film that inspires viewers of all ages to use their gifts for the Lord.

Heaven Is Waiting

Heaven Is Waiting

Though it’s been years since his wife died, Ned Stevens still cringes at the thought of dating. After all, why would he start seeing other women when he has to look out for his daughter Liz? However, when Liz brings home a surprise guest from college, Ned is thrown for a loop. Can Ned accept that his little girl has fallen in love with David, a practically perfect know-it-all who drives Ned crazy, and will Liz succeed in diverting her dad’s attention from sabotaging her relationship to succumbing to the charms of Carol, the single woman Ned sees jogging every morning?

Together, Liz and David teach Ned that with love, there are always second chances. This Christian romantic comedy will lift your spirits with its lighthearted tale of growing up, letting go, and opening your heart to the idea of making a fresh start.

Long-Distance Princess

Long-Distance Princess

A Dove-approved comedy romance, Long-Distance Princess is a charming and realistic film for today's teens. Lisa, a high school sophomore, has been hiding her hopeless crush on Todd, the irresistibly likable junior in her art class. She stumbles upon the opportunity of a lifetime when Todd sees a picture of her beautiful friend Ellie, who lives in England, and asks for Lisa's help in getting to know her through social media.

However, just as Lisa and Todd start to see each other, Todd's suddenly jealous ex-girlfriend, Cindy, tries to win him back. Meanwhile, Todd's image-conscious friends try to discourage him from seeing Lisa before he even gets to know her.

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Long-Distance Princess Offers Humor and Lessons for Teens

(Rock Rapids, IA) – A romantic comedy about friendship and forgiveness, Long-Distance Princess is now available on DVD from Bridgestone Multimedia Group.

Lisa (Alicen Evans), a high school sophomore, has been hiding her hopeless crush on Todd (Parker Harris), the irresistibly likable junior in her art class. She stumbles upon the opportunity of a lifetime when Todd sees a picture of her beautiful friend Ellie, who lives in England, and asks for Lisa’s help in getting to know her through social media.

However, just as Lisa and Todd start to see each other, Todd’s suddenly jealous ex-girlfriend, Cindy, tries to win him back. Meanwhile, Todd’s image-conscious friends try to discourage him from seeing Lisa before he even gets to know her, and Lisa’s Christian friend, Theo, reminds her of the importance of telling the truth.

In an interview with for Beliefnet, Director Lionel Chew told “Movie Mom” Nell Minow that he wanted to make a positive and affirming movie for teens.

“I purposed to make a movie that showed that someone cares about them and their struggles and that ethics and convictions are still powerfully relevant,” Chew said. “I also wanted to let them know there’s real hope.”

Awarded the Dove Foundation’s Faith-Friendly Seal for viewers 12 and older, Long-Distance Princess also stars Justin Price, Bennet Jaffarian, and David Oakes. The film is now on sale for $14.99 from Bridgestone Multimedia Group through the Christianbook Group.