A parkour crew must race to finish spreading the third angel's message before earth's time is up and the seven last plagues begin.
Thank you so much for taking the time to view our film. We started this series over four years ago with the mindset of giving God total control. As a result, He’s shaped this trilogy into what it’s become today. With so much misunderstanding in the typical Christian beliefs of the end time events, our goal is to show a more Biblically based view through these stories. We hope that the plot and characters will invite people to study the Bible on a deeper level for themselves.
This project may seem like an ambitious undertaking, and in some ways it is. Christian films are notorious for being either a family appropriate drama or a cheesy end-times flick accompanied by terrible acting and effects. We want to change that. We believe with all our heart that we possess the key component which renders most Christian dramas unpalatable: quality. Leap: Revelation is geared up to be the most accurate, polished telling of earth’s final hours seen-to-date. This is not the story you know from Left Behind, The Moment After and A Thief In The Night. And, we’re not pulling any punches when it comes to the portrayal of these important, historically climactic events. The whole of Christendom has been conditioned to believe a watered down version of God's final judgment. It's time for a wake-up call.
If by God's grace we are able to raise funding beyond what we are seeking, this will in turn raise the production value of the film all around. For example, instead of hiring a 50 piece orchestra we’d have means to hire a 100 piece orchestra.
Thank you, and God Bless.
Want to know what the movie will look like? Take a look at our lookbook below. A lookbook in the movie business is used to convey shots, color, locations and more. Take a look and get an idea how Leap: Revelation will look!
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While we would like to think that everything will go smooth and according to plan, that's typically not the case when making a movie, especially Christian films about the Truth. Post production in particular can often times take longer than anticipated and we've tried to account for that, but sometimes things happen. We get rained out one day have to make it up. Any time the director has to communicate and work with another person, there is always a chance that things won't be right the first time. A music score may have to be rewritten two or three times before it's perfect. Digital effects can take multiple tries to get right.
In these cases, the worst that may happen is that we would have to push back the release date. Right now we're aiming for a May 2014 release, but there's a chance the movie may not be available until July or August 2014. Remember however, we've already completed the first two movies, so we have a track record of seeing a movie through to completion.
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