IN A WORLD THAT IS INUNDATED BY SECULAR AND UNGODLY LIFESTYLES, IT IS REFRESHING TO KNOW THAT WE STILL HAVE FILMMAKERS WHO STRIVE TO BRING BIBLICAL FAITH TO THE AUDIENCE.
What happens when Spirit-filled, open-air preachers decide to cross the second biggest country on the planet? Dominion: Proclaiming Truth in the True North studies the Biblical principal of Open Air Preaching in light of Scripture and its practicality in the modern day. Is it in line with Scripture? Is it relevant? How can we share the Gospel in a loving and yet undiluted and powerful way?
Throwing aside unbiblical precedents and popular clichés, we will pursue Scripture in what it means to fulfill the Great Commission in the Dominion of Canada and throughout the world.
FEATURE FILM: Ty Bounds, a workaholic as a computer programmer for 35 years, has retired. No longer forced to work for a living, he seeks how he can spend his time serving God. Following the lead of the Holy Spirit, he returns to college to wage war against secular humanism and to mentor a new generation in truth seeking.
FEATURE FILM: After 20 years of praying for his daughter to let him back into her life, 65-year-old Ty gets his wish when the prodigal requests his help in dealing with a financial bind and her rebellious teenage son. Ty’s first encounter with his grandson, whom the grandfather has never met, leads to a challenge for a two mile race that alters the course of life of the young man as well as the grandfather.
Frank Panico often saw a mysterious 57-yr-old handicapped man limp into church. The downtrodden man would quietly take a seat in the back of the Church. He touched Frank’s heart and appeared to have hit rock bottom. When Frank offered the man a ride home, he gave a slight smile as he accepted. The man introduced himself, “My name is Raymond Matthew Battey, but people sometimes call me Ray”.
When a teen from a wealthy family learns that she is adopted, Izzy hires a private investigator to find her birth parents. When a meeting is set up, Izzy hops on a bus to go meet her mom, but when the bus is taken over by hijackers, Izzy soon discovers her captors are using her as a ransom. Through it all, Izzy meets a variety of passengers, some who encourage her through faith in God and others who are conspiring against her.
Matthew was born with a silver spoon in his mouth that allows him to obtain his degree in theology from Harvard and land a sweet and lucrative pastoral gig that gives him freedom to recreate to his heart's content. His new $74,000 Cadillac, which he dubs "White Lightning" is the pride of his considerable possessions. Matthew is also proud of his very upscale church in Tennessee. When God sends him a dream in the night, he has to reconsider his priorities in life. The nocturnal vision leads him to a local faith based drug/alcohol rehab center operated by Mission Teens. While Matthew is trying to determine a road map for his life, two substance abusers in the Heartland are trying to avoid being sent to an obscure community in Tennessee for rehabilitation. Circumstances put both Shane and Susan on the same bus, headed to Davy Crockett country and a rendezvous with a proud young pastor, Cupid, and the Holy Spirit.
David D. Ford’s thrilling feature film follows the remarkable story of the Hartman family as they come face to face with one of the world’s most controversial creatures, Bigfoot. The Hartman’s live in the piney woods of northeast Texas in the late 1960’s as they encounter the giant hairy man. Well-crafted story, thrilling and dramatic, amazingly portrayed, SOMETHING IN THE WOODS is a story about a strong willed man who will do everything possible to protect his family, and the courage it takes to fight the fear his family faces.