All posts tagged: entertainment

Chatting Moments With Actress, Jenn Gotzon!

I always admire people who have a deep passion for using their talent for God, and are not afraid to show it! Jenn Gotzon is one of such. I saw that passion shine through in the silent movie, the The Good Book by Faith Flix Films (You can read my review of that wonderful movie here). We connected on twitter, and Jenn was gracious to let me interview her on TBAP. In reading her answers, I hope you get to appreciate her boldness and the lovely person that she is! So folks, I introduce to you Jenn Gotzon—first time on TBAP! Enjoy! Miranda ~ Hello Jenn! Delighted to have you here on TBAP! Could you please tell us a bit about yourself? Jenn: Thanks so much for having me on. Well, I’m just a girl pursuing a call in my life, which is to inspire and impact audiences through the roles I play in the movies. I believe we live in a society where bad is bold, and to create positive change, good must be bolder. That is …

Interview & Guestpost! ~ Filmmaker, Nadine Lee

Folks, not long ago, I discovered Nadine on twitter. She’s in the process of preparing for a project subsequent to the movie Wheeler. We chatted a little, and I really got interested in her project, as I’ve never seen or heard of the topic of ghosts handled in a Christian movie before. So I invited her over to talk about it a bit. Maybe it will pique your interest as it did mine? After her post, you can find our chat. Here’s Nadine!   Summary for Wheeler Do you believe in ghosts? Find out in this gripping supernatural suspense thriller who or what is responsible for killing patients in an old veteran hospital. Synopsis (Short version) Wheeler is a supernatural suspense thriller set in a VA hospital in the fictional town of Las Verdes in San Diego, California. Steven Crane, a lonely Iraq war veteran admitted for an infection of an old wound finds himself almost murdered in his hospital bed. He finds out the attempt on his life is not unusual for this hospital, …