Our latest efforts are in securing the funding to our first Christian film. We hope you can join us in encouraging, promoting, liking our PR efforts, and praying for the success of this and future films. Thank you in advance.
Glad you could join me. Please join me also in the search for our lead actor. We found Azita (Nena Hashemizadeh). But where is Joseph? We will not rest until we find him.
Higher Ground Films is at the end of our planning stage. We will soon be ready to move into high gear. The list of cast members will be revealed at Higher Ground Films. Follow us there for updates. In the meantime, we are #searchingforjoseph.
Stronghold Smashers has a new look and probably several new editorials since you last visited. If you haven’t been there lately you might want to visit: Stronghold Smashers
We’re still moving forward with the Christian Film Fund and the making of Abducted to Kill into a movie.
My brother, Peter Martin Muzyka, designed the prototype poster, we sent over our start up budget and the details of some of the people who would be involved in the production as well as the synopsis and movie proposal. The Christian Film Productions web group is coming together nicely. If you’re in the business of film production you’ll want to check it out. It’s not an open group, just the people in the industry but if you are interested in any capacity, or like the idea of investing in or promoting Christian Films, please ask to join.
Now, an update on my wonderful family. My son, Joshua, and daughter in law, Monika, are going to have a baby! I am so excited about all that’s going on. It will probably be an October baby–that reminds me, if you haven’t seen October Baby yet, I highly recommend it. It will warm your heart. October Baby exemplifies our goal in making powerful Christian films:
Did you ever pet a chicken? Last week I visited the farm. Monika brought the chickens over for me to pet one at a time. She told me each hen’s name. My favorites are Camo and Flouge. Imagine falling in love with chickens. They are so adorable, they hang together all the time and love when you pet them. In fact, they even jump up on the roof to get closer to anyone in the pen. Cute.
Now there is a hen that’s ornery, beautiful but anything but precious. She’s a chocolate bird with a copper head. I did have a chance to pet her soft feathers, though, and maybe one day if she’s not in the pot yet, she’ll warm up to me. That’s about it, but certainly not all that’s happened.
Life really gets busy when we expand our families. So glad for the extra excitement, though. In between time, I’m typing away on the keys as I bring life to characters that never existed before. My hope is to someday turn them all into movies. That’s life on the farm, in my imagination, and spiritually speaking. God is so good.