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How to Make a Christian Movie – Christopher Shawn Shaw
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How to Make a Christian Movie – Christopher Shawn Shaw

This episode of the Creatively Christian podcast features Christopher Shawn Shaw, director of the new Christian comedy Church People. He shares the complexities of making a feature film, like figuring out distribution, managing diverse people, and working with a cast and crew with believers and non-believers. Christopher discusses with host Brannon Hollingsworth the power of making connections by just asking people to collaborate. He also goes into Church People's process and story. Christopher Shawn Shaw is an award-winning filmmaker and owner of Anchor Productions. He's produced, directed, and acted in multiple productions. You can find out more about Christopher on his professional website or view his page on IMDB. This episode can be found on YouTube. Show Notes The following resources were mentioned in the show or are useful resources recommended by the guests. Links might be marked as affiliate links, meaning we earn a commission if you buy through the link. Church People websiteGoldy the Goldfish Facebook pageChristopher shouted out Anita Cordell Credits This show is produced by Theophany Media. The theme music is by Bill Brooks and Andrea Sandefur. The logo is by Bill Brooks. Our wonderful hosts are Brannon Hollingsworth, Lynn Baber, Andrea Sandefur, and Bill Brooks. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

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Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian - Interviews with Faithful Artists

From Theophany Media, Creatively Christian is a podcast for artists and creatives of all types to grow successfully in their gifts and calling. Creatively Christian explores the intersection of faith and creativity by interviewing believers who use their God-given gifts in unique ways. Through the lives of directors, musicians, artists, writers, and more we inspire, inform, educate, and empower the next generation of creative Christians.