I’m excited to announce that the world premiere of SHOOTING THE PRODIGAL will take place March 3, 2016, as the red carpet opening night feature of the Richmond International Film Festival at the historic Byrd Theatre in Richmond, Virginia.
SHOOTING THE PRODIGAL is a satirical faith-based comedy set in south Alabama where a brash, young Jewish film student from New York, Josh Blume (played by Sterling Hurst) tries to help an overly zealous Baptist preacher, Brother Bob Cross (played by Paul Wilson) and his church make a movie about the prodigal son.
It is a story about acceptance and inclusion. As the preacher and his congregation try to accept the “outsiders” who gather to make the movie, they are challenged to expand their “comfortable Christian nest,” as Brother Bob learns by making new friends and re-thinking old relationships.
Trailer and additional information available on the website: www.shootingtheprodigal.com. Like our Facebook page to keep up with new developments, screenings and release dates, which we’ll announce in the coming weeks. But for now, mark the date on your calendar and join us on the red carpet for the premiere March 3. I look forward to seeing you there!