The  Third Annual  Chuches Making Movies Christian Film Festival will take place at the Woodbridge Renaissance, Iselin, New Jersey,  October 9-11, 2015.  The Press team is able to aid you in setting up nterviews with festival executives, filmmakers, and  talent. We will do our best to accommodate all requests made a week in advance. Please follow us on twitter @churchmadefilms and access our Facebook page by going to Facebook.com/churchesmakingmovies.com. Thank you.

 

Churches Making Movies Press Department

jayla@churchesmakingmovies.com

518-530-1413

 

 

PRESS CREDENTIALS

 

Requests for press access to the Churches Making Movies Christian Film Festival should be made via email to Jayla-Lynn James, jayla@churchesmakingmovies.com 
 

 

PRESS CONTACTS

 

Jayla-lynn James, 518-530-1413, jayla@churchesmakingmovies.com

Shareen Clark,  518-530-1413shareen@churchesmakingmovies.com

LaVonne McIver James, 862-588-2671, lavonne@churchesmakingmovies.com

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CHURCHES MAKING MOVIES COMING TO CLARK NEXT MONTH

 

CLARK – The Churches Making Movies Christian Film Festival (CMM) will be held primarily at the Holiday Inn, Clark, from Oct.11-13. 

CHURCHES MAKING MOVIES AND VISION VIDEO ANNOUNCE SPONSORSHIP

 

(Clark, N.J., August 27, 2013) —The Churches Making Movies Christian Film Festival (CMM) and Vision Video announced today Vision Video is a Supporting Sponsor of the festival. 

CHRISTIAN FILM SHOT IN MORGANTOWN TO OPEN FESTIVANew Jersey event to feature ‘Seven Deadly Words’

MARTINSVILLE — Doc Benson ran out of money during the filming of “Seven Deadly Words.” But he said he felt the message was so strong, he went on a hunger strike campaign to raise the money needed to finish. 
 

Movie written by a teenager and filmed by amateurs chosen for Christian film festival 

 

By Jackie Bridges

 

When she was 7 years old, Aerin White 

struggled with reading and writing.

Her parents, Gary and Shannon White, homeschool their seven children and decided to give Aerin a break from reading lessons. It was a tough decision, but proved to be the best for his daughter, Gary said.

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