From the makers of I CAN ONLY IMAGINE comes the true life story of Christian music mega star Jeremy Camp. Jeremy’s remarkable journey of love and loss proves there is always hope in the midst of tragedy and that faith tested is the only faith worth sharing.
The makers of some of today’s most inspiring music will gather in celebration when The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) honors six-time GRAMMY-winning artist Russ Taff and GRAMMY-nominated songwriter and author Tori Taff with its prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award at the 41st annual ASCAP Christian Music Awards. The invitation-only evening of performance and praise takes place Monday, September 16, at The Franklin Theatre in downtown Franklin, TN.
Jeremy Camp has announced that country superstar Shania Twain will play a primary character in his upcoming biopic I Still Believe. Twain, who made her acting debut earlier this year, will play Camp’s mother, Terry Camp in the upcoming Lionsgate film.
Kingdom Studios, founded late last year by the creators of I Can Only Imagine, the sleeper hit and top grossing independent film of 2018, unveiled an unprecedented slate of faith based film projects to be developed and produced by Kingdom and released through their recently announced partnership with global content leader Lionsgate.
Premiering in more than 700 movie theaters nationwide for a one-time special presentation, Fathom Events/Fuseic Entertainment’s Russ Taff: I Still Believe was the #2 per screen average (PSA) movie in America for the night of October 30, according to data collected by Comscore.
Experience is a powerful teacher. It's the substance that gives a great vocalist the weight and gravitas to make an audience feel as much as he does. For Russ Taff, every splinter of pain and every hard-won ounce of hope surfaces each time he launches into a song. And that's what makes his new album Believe—the legendary artist's very first praise and worship album—such a powerful vehicle for spreading the gospel.