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Update on Our Film(s)

Mama We at Higher Ground Films are gaining momentum in our quest to build a viable company that will produce many ongoing films glorifying to God once Abducted to Kill is complete. Our ultimate goal is to build up and not strike down the great need for family programming that does not block out our creator.

So, hang in there with us. We are working behind the scenes, we are chipping away at our largest obstacle, and we are looking forward to getting full swing into production soon. In the meantime, join us on FaceBook, Twitter, and other websites where we are more active. We started the FB group, Christian Film Productions, and many companies and individuals with similar interests have connected. So, check out their news as well.

Every production company has needs and if you can fill any of those needs please make your contribution abilities known.

We are looking for producers, directors, actors, crew, investors, and just about anyone who is Divinely called to the exciting world of filmmaking (films glorifying to God). We are also looking for volunteers to help with keeping up our websites, and more. We will eventually train interns interested in being part of a vital start-up Christian film company.

For those who are interested in investing or trying your hand at investing or donating to Christian films, contact Bob (LR Bellmore) at Trillion Capital

Your comments, prayers, and suggestions are always welcome.


Film Update

Abducted to Kill_Poster_APR2013_DHi there, Y’all,

I’ve decided to keep y’all updated on our progress in securing the production of Abducted to Kill and the business end of Higher Ground Films. So far to date, seven of us have been meeting every month, praying, discussing, and arranging the production.

We have polished and finalized the writing of the first script of Higher Ground Films. Once we had finished writing the script we sent it to Ted Baehr at MOVIEGUIDE®. He and his team evaluated it for viability with a bottom line of, “Will it make money?”

What kind of role models, positive and negative, are the main characters?  Who is the hero and who is the villain? Do the moral statements and themes agree with a biblical worldview? Are real consequences to sin exposed and rebuked? How are relationships and love portrayed? How are Christians, religion, the church, the Bible, and God portrayed? Does the language honor God and people? If violence is included, how is it presented? How much nudity or sexual activity is included?  How appropriate is this material for my family and me? With a rap up of a Bible ve4-26-2012rse to help us understand and discern. “Give your servant a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong.” – 1 Kings 3:9

We were pleasantly surprised with the answer. Our film received one “A” but it was rated “R” and that was not acceptable. We were also given suggestions for changes, which we made.

Then we sent it back for a second evaluation. In this evaluation, we received a “PG-13″ rating and “As” across the board with more suggestions for changes. There was a lot of work that still needed to be done in characterizations, actions, resolutions, and so forth. So I shut everyone out and read, reread, and analyzed what to do and how and set about working on the corrections. When I finished I sent it to Gene for his input and to Lena for her recommendations and to polish it up.

We all agreed that we now have a great script and in a few days, I’ll let you know what we are doing next to assure the production.

Until then may God bless you and bring us all into a right relationship with Him.

Love in Christ,