The Road Less Traveled: Travis Mann’s journey from entertainment lawyer to a creative Mission at one of Hollywood’s hottest faith-based movie companies

May 16, 2012 by  
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Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Man on a Mission.  Travis Mann began his Hollywood journey as an entertainment lawyer. But his heart drew beyond the legal fine print of movie deals (though it’s an expertise that continues to serve him well). Since February, as the new head of production at Mission Pictures, the well-regarded and fast-growing faith-based movie distribution company...

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The One Lamb Film Opens in Theaters

March 11, 2009 by  
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(March 11, 2009) AlphaOmegaNews.org has a news story about a church team from Charlotte , NC that is trying to ride the coat tails of the successful “Fireproof” and releasing their new film “The One Lamb” in Theaters across 34 states.  

(EXCERPT) The One Lamb, an emotionally gripping film produced by University City United Methodist Church over the past three years, is set to hit select cities nationwide on March 30, 2009. A small church in Charlotte, North Carolina, very far removed from the scene in Hollywood, will release the feature film with a remarkably wide spread launch, opening in 100 theaters in 34 states across the U.S..

An inspirational story of hope and redemption, The One Lamb captures the elements of life transforming films such as Chariots of Fire and the recent Fireproof, telling the poignant story of the rise and fall of a promising campaign manager/lawyer named Jackson Price, played by Bryan Forrest, who is battling cancer and competes in the New York City Marathon as part of a personal spiritual rebirth. Although Price is facing an enormous battle against the cancer rapidly destroying his life, his biggest struggle is the fight against the mistakes of his past. Price is befriended by a cranky, retired pastor who helps find redemption for his past failures and hope for his future.

The movie is written and directed by visionary Bryan Forrest who turned to a grassroots marketing plan similar to the recent blockbuster hits “Fireproof” and “Facing the Giants,” having developed the film over the past three years. “Every part of me, creatively and spiritually, was consumed by this story,” he said. “I had to get it out or I was going to go crazy.”

The article can be read in full at AlphaOmegaNews

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