Meet KO

Hey friends,

We’re thrilled to introduce our newest team member!

Meet Kevin Olusola, who will be joining our musical team.  Kevin is a phenomenally talented cellist, in addition to his many other musical talents.  But don’t take our word for it—check out what NBC’s Today Show has to say about Kevin:

We also love this video for Gungor’s song, “When Death Dies”, featuring Kevin’s “celloboxing” talents.

Kevin is currently launching a tour with his acapella group, Pentatonix, and looks forward to working with our composer, Domingo Degrazia, early next year.  We can’t wait to see what mark Kevin will make on The Narrow Road, and feel honored to have him on our musical team.

Welcome aboard, Kevin!

-The Narrow Road Team

Can’t get enough of Kevin? Go to YouTube.com and seach for “Kevin Olusola”—there’s plenty more out there to see!

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We’ve got an editor!

The Narrow Road team is thrilled to announce that Chris Witt, editor of the 2010 Academy Award-nominated short film, Kavi, has agreed to terms to join the Narrow Road team as Editor!

Chris is an acclaimed motion picture editor residing in Los Angeles, California.  His exceptional work has been recognized with many awards and nominations worldwide, which includes Kavi (2009), a short film about modern slavery that earned Chris and the Kavi team a 2010 Academy Award Nomination.  Other noteworthy projects include the short film, The Butterfly Circus (2009), an Internet sensation co-starring our own Doug Jones and the recipient of the 2010 Clint Eastwood Filmmaker Award, and many other awards that you can read about on Chris’ website.

We’re very excited to have Chris on our team and feel confident that his involvement will help to further demonstrate the merits of a film that can attract such acclaimed talent.

Welcome to the team, Chris!

 

 

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We’re still at it!

In order to continue to show our fans that the Narrow Road team is capable of high-quality productions on shoestring budgets, Erik Yeager teamed up with the Narrow Road visual effects team, Duality Filmworks, to produce an entry for the 168 Hour Film Project in L.A.

Our short film, PAYDAY, screens tomorrow (Friday) night and tickets are still available.  In spite of significant challenges, our team was able to come together and complete a touching story that we can’t wait to share with our fans.

We’ll be posting at least a portion of the film online, soon, so stay tuned.

Special thanks to Executive Producer, Robyn Maria Hamlin, and our other generous contributors!

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Faith-based film profitability

Check out this interesting article on how profitable faith-based films were in 2011:

Faith-based films made more money in 2011 than their left-leaning counterparts, report says

The success of faith-based films is a well-established fact, but it’s great to see that the trend isn’t changing.

 

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THE NARROW ROAD nabs big endorsement!

THE NARROW ROAD has received official support from a HUGE online Lord of the Rings and fantasy fan community which boasts over 4 million page views per month (and growing)!  The brilliant minds behind MyMiddle-Earth.net are thrilled about our Pilgrim’s Progress project and have graciously offered to support us as we move forward.

If you’re a fan of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, or other fantasy tales, you’ll love MyMiddle-Earth.net.  Visit the site to see what these guys are up to, and make sure to check out MyMiddle-Earth Radio’s great podcasts.  You’ll have a blast!

Thanks guys!  We’ll make you proud.

-NRFP

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