“God’s Not Dead: We the People,” the next installment in the popular “God’s Not Dead” film series, will be released in theaters as a Fathom Events showing on October 4-6. The trailer and tickets are now available at www.GodsNotDead.com.
In the new film, Rev. Dave is called to defend a group of Christian homeschooling families. He finds himself taken aback by the interference of the government and believes that their right to educate their own children is a freedom worth fighting for. Rev. Dave is called to Washington to testify in a landmark congressional hearing that will determine the future of religious freedom in the country for years to come.
The original film, made on a $1.5 million budget, earned $65 million at the box office, according to Pinnacle Peak Pictures (formerly Pure Flix Entertainment). The inspirational drama parallels current news headlines regarding the challenge against the freedom of speech and religious liberties as the fundamental right to educate children.
“God’s Not Dead: We the People” is directed by Vance Null and written by Tommy Blaze, Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman. Brent Ryan Green is the producer, with executive producers David A.R. White, Michael Scott and Jim Ameduri.
The cast includes Isaiah Washington (Grey’s Anatomy), David A.R. White (God’s Not Dead, Evening Shade), William Forsythe (Dick Tracy), Antonio Sabato. Jr, (General Hospital, The Big Hit), Jeanine Pirro (FOX News’ Justice with Judge Jeanine) and Grammy Award-winning CCM artist Francesca Battistelli.
Pinnacle Peak Pictures is a leading faith and family-friendly film production and distribution studio created in 2005 by Michael Scott and David A.R. White. The studio is responsible for several breakout theatrical films The mission of Pinnacle Peak Pictures is to establish itself as a full-service production and distribution company focusing on theatrical film and international TV and video distribution in the family and inspirational marketplace. It is their goal to tell stories that are not only entertaining and compelling but to do so in a way that the whole family can enjoy.
–Alan Goforth | Metro Voice