Champion – Movie Review and Recommendation

This past weekend we had the opportunity to watch Champion at the Christian Worldview Film Festival. I knew from the trailer that the movie would be good, but it was even better than I expected. Champion is a story of forgiveness set in the world of dirt track racing. A moment of personal rivalry leads…

Telling Stories That Matter -By Bob Valleau

Today I'm excited to share a guest column by author Bob Valleau. Bob interviewed Rebekah Cook to glean from her wisdom on telling stories that matter. Rebekah has an interesting perspective as she has worked both behind the scenes as well as in front of the camera on a multitude of film projects.    Rebekah…

Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival

Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival

Filmmakers often ask me about various film festivals, whether or not they should enter and whether or not they should attend.  After this weekend I can now tell people wholeheartedly that Kindgomwood is not only a good festival to enter, but a great one to attend. The festivities began on Thursday but we didn't arrive…

Providence Filming – Days 9, 10, and 11

This past weekend we took a step back in time and rocked the eighties with Teen Rachel and Mitchell. It was a jam packed weekend that included bike rides, cheerleading tryouts, first days of school, newspaper staff meetings,prom,  and a slumber party. We had approximately thirty teen actors plus parents and other adults. It was…

Rebekah Cook – Actress, Coach, Casting Director, and Script Supervisor

There are a handful of names that keep popping up in discussions of faith-based films. Jenn Gotzon is one. Rebekah Cook is another. I've been hearing about her for years and just recently had the pleasure of getting to know her via facebook. Rebekah Cook is an actress, coach, casting director, and script supervisor who…