(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.
Pivot Point…. The moment where you make a life changing decision that dramatically alters your future. This psychological drama follows four high school students on their journey to adulthood discovering their Pivot Point. Starring Levi Cox and Alexis Hughes, this motion picture depicts a collage of teenage life filled with school, classmates and book reports. Each consumed with their own thoughts and dreams they soon discover that their lives are interconnected in ways they never would have imagined with devastating consequences. A school shooting erupts, confusion and guilt flood the minds of everyone. What could have been done to prevent this?
When rebellious teenager Rayne Davis is sentenced to community service at a special needs home, she wonders if life can get any worse. Then she meets Andy, a young man whose profoundly simplistic insights on life, death, and God softens her heart and helps her to look at life with a newfound optimism.
Jamie, a typical teenage girl who struggles to follow her families rules, is about to have her world turned upside down. A sudden tragic death in the family sends Jamie and her parents into a downward spiral with her parents blaming each other and her. Jamie is feeling lost and alone and searching for hope and an answer to end her guilt. Jamie’s friend helps her to find the hope she has been missing in God. Will her parents find God to dissolve their anger and find hope in this difficult world?
Set in the last days of the life of a thirteen-year-old girl Daisy (Hattie Gotobed), who suffers from terminal Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). By chance, she meets Stinky aka Peter (Max Brown), a British war veteran and drug addict. Like Peter Pan, Stinky is stuck in Neverland and like Wendy; Daisy inspires him to change his ways – helping him learn to appreciate life, find hope, but most importantly find the kind of love, that she knows she will never get to experience. Inspired by the incredible life and spirit of Maisy Keetch.
DVD also includes “Maisy and the Making of Daisy” documentary.
By the age of twelve, Jack Stone had experienced more life grit than most adults. In desperation, he decides to grab the controls, make a list as his roadmap and set out to accomplish life his way. Fifteen years of life on the street and clawing up from the bottom later, we find Jack as a successful lawyer. He’s done well on his own, crossed a lot off his list and added more. But, he hasn’t factored God into the plan. God hasn’t seemed to be around much in the past… so can Jack trust Him with the future? As life continues to take its toll and tragedies strike, will Jack relinquish the power of his list in order to gain all he’s ever wanted?
Six teens, in an affluent community, grow up with the benefits and luxuries that come with their birth right. Attending a Christian school and are taught Biblical studies from the Faithful Pastor Anne. But, except for the compassionate attempts of one single girl, Sarah, who dreams of love and heavenly things, many of the less fortunate in the surrounding area are left forgotten and ignored by the wealthy, yet uncaring adults, especially Sarah’s father, who is hardened by the world around him. Sarah’s close friends begin to realize that money and material things are not as attractive as the love and compassion that Sarah exhibits – now they desire to change the world around them for the better. After John is visited by an Angel, he writes a story, “A Message of Hope,” to honor his friends, Michael and Sarah, and even their materialistic parents begin to wonder what is right and wrong. Together, they realize that we all have the power of choice, to choose life and love over the things of the world.
Thirteen-year-old Jake Harvard is less than thrilled when he learns he has to spend the summer in suburban Washington, D.C., with his uncle Benny, an unmotivated, middle-aged detective. On his way to Uncle Benny’s office during his first day in the nation’s capital, Jake befriends an inquisitive young girl named Kat Adams who has a passion for American history and God-given freedoms. When Uncle Benny turns away a distraught client named Lola Meanors who needs help finding her missing husband, Jake and Kat hold their own secret investigation to help solve the case.
The two quickly find themselves in the middle of a major conspiracy that has claimed the lives of several scientists at a secret government facility and threatens to end theirs as well. In their quest to find out what happened to Mister Meanors, a climactic face-off at one of Washington’s oldest landmarks gives the pair a glimpse into what made America’s founders so great and helps them realize that one decision can change the course of history.
Thirteen-year-old Jake Larson has big plans in life to be drafted by the Chicago Cubs, but his dream vanishes when he inadvertently witnesses a hold-up at a Chicago convenience store. Concerned for his family’s safety, Jake’s father decides to leave the city violence behind and move back to rural Minnesota. Despite Jake’s angry protestations, the family moves to Providence River Campground to live and work as the site’s caretakers.
Bitter at the move and his new manual labor responsibilities, Jake soon meets Brian and Peter Owens, a father and son who live on a farm across the river. Jake and Peter form a quick bond that God uses to transform Jake’s life in unimaginable ways. Featuring music from Christian rock bands VOTA, Lightswitch, and Calling Glory, The Current is a coming-of-age family film about friendship, forgiveness, and trusting in God, even in the most difficult of times.
Inspired by a true story, Walk by Faith follows the story of Corey Montgomery, a teenager living with the painful effects of sickle cell anemia on a daily basis. Desiring to live a normal teenage life, Corey’s outlook brightens when he discovers a potential but risky cure through a bone marrow transplant while working on a school project about his disease.
Still determined to keep his illness a secret, Corey sets off on a journey to find a match, not knowing how his search will fully impact his friends, his family, and his own future. A powerful story of courage and perseverance, this film from the producers of Down by the River, portrays how one student’s misery becomes his ministry when his faith is pushed to the limits.