Four New Christian films upcoming on the big screen in 2020

During recent years, there has been a growing demand related to Christian films. So this 2020, four new Christian films will hit theaters.

Four New Christian films upcoming on the big screen in 2020

Thanks to the fact that faith-based films have been successful, an emergence of Christian films has been born that are increasingly being released on large scales.

The movie “I Can Only Imagine” exceeded expectations by raising a total of $ 83 million; in 2018.

«Overcomer» was another based-faith film. It was released in 2019. These are one amoong those films that While others highlighted the faith of some characters in Hollywood. Such as “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” “Harriet” and “Dark Waters.”

This trend seems to be standing in 2020 by presenting Christian films with different themes.

Heavenquest: The Pilgrim’s Progress

Recently King Street Pictures released the trailer for his upcoming faith-based adventure movie.

On this occasion, they will present a production based on the 1678 novel, “The Pilgrim’s Progress” by John Bunyan.

The film will be produced with a micro budget and a small team. The cast includes successful stars from South Korea, Mexico and Australia.

 

Home Sweet Home

It is a Christian romantic comedy. Starring: Natasha Bure and Ben Elliott.

The plot focuses on the story of a “flirtatious drummer” (Bure), who is bored of her social lifestyle and yearns for integrity, although she has no idea what that really means.

When Jason (Elliott) enters her cafeteria she turns on her charms, but he does not respond to her flirting. This event marks a challenge for this girl for the very first time in her life. And it is when challenge begins.

 

Don’t Say My Name

 This film is based on the true story of a survivor of human trafficking who escaped her captors.

In this film, the actor of the successful Christian film «Overcomer», Cameron Arnett, plays a National Security researcher.

He hopes to spread the word about terrible events that exist behind this form of slavery.

I Still Believe

This is an inspiring story of love, loss and faith. It is based on the life of Christian singer Jeremy Camp.

The production presents the story of Camp’s first marriage to Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, who died due to cancer in 2001, just under a year after he was married.

Christian films hope not only to entertain the audience for this year, but also to carry different messages in them.

 

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