SALISBURY, Md., March 7, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ — Film production company Christian Walk Alive, is set to produce a documentary on Christian films. The title of the project, Breaking Good: The Counter Culture of Christian Film, is a play off of the title of the popular TV show, Breaking Bad. The film is set to explore not only the impact and history Christianity has had on films but will delve into some of the more difficult questions surrounding the status and future of Christian filmmaking. The fundraising campaign for the film can be found at www.breakinggoodfilm.net.
Christian Walk Alive or CWA for short, is a non-profit media ministry. CWA’s goal is to make full length feature films that will be available for wide release. CWA has previously released two other films. The first was a feature called Homecoming in 2012, and a short film/video bible study titled, Masquerade in 2016. Masquerade is being distributed by Bridgestone Multimedia Group.
According to CWA president Larry Amon “Breaking Good is not simply going to be a commercial for Christian films but a real exploration of the history of Christianity in films, and a deep hard look at what place Christian films have in our culture today. Christian films and filmmakers vary greatly in their topics as well as their approach on what a Christian film should be, or even if they should exist at all. This is something many people don’t realize, but it needs to be explored to find out just what place if any, Christianity can, and should have in popular culture.”
About Christian Walk Alive Inc.
Christian Walk Alive (CWA) is a 501c3 Non-profit organization. It was started in the year 2000 to create media that would entertain and build others up while spreading the message of the Gospel.
Larry Amon, President
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