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All For Liberty

All For Liberty


Moving Images Group & Coral Gate Media are proud present a new film directed by Chris Weatherhead. It is 1775. Henry Felder, a Swiss-German colonist, lives with his family in the Back-country of the British colony of South Carolina. However, he and his community are suffering under British injustice. After many years of struggling with corrupt British rulers, Felder is urged by the new patriot governor to write Articles of Separation from the English King. Felder's old Indian fighting comrade, Bill Jenkins forms a Tory militia to assist the Crown as the fight heats up. Felder raises his own militia, including a woman tavern owner who gathers a patriot spy ring. In the ensuing struggles Felder and his family discover the cost of freedom.


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Faith Of Our Fathers

Faith Of Our Fathers


Faith of Our Fathers is a fascinating documentary film that takes a look at what the founding fathers of the United States intended when they framed the Constitution and wrote the First Amendment religion clauses. Were the fathers of our country like Thomas Jefferson trying to create a Christian nation, a secular paradise, or something in between?

The documentary takes a look at how our understanding of church and state relations has changed over time due to Supreme Court decisions and cultural pressures. From Everson vs. Board of Education to the most recent decisions over displays of the Ten Commandments, such interpretations are explored in comparison to our nation's founders' original intentions.



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Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure

Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure


When Uncle John forbids Mandie from joining his dangerous quest to keep an old promise, Mandie and her newfound mother take matters into their own hands. Joined by friends, they embark on a harrowing journey by train to protect Mandie's stubborn Uncle John. Grand adventures ensue as they race to outwit evil conspirators and dare to face the secrets of Lost Antler Cave-Mine.

However, Mandie's most difficult challenge arises when she realizes that success will land her face to face with the one person she never wanted to meet.



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Mandie and the Secret Tunnel

Mandie and the Secret Tunnel


In 1899, Mandie's life changes when her Cherokee friends help her escape to a mansion that holds the hidden secrets of her past and the key to her future!

"MANDIE and the SECRET TUNNEL," is the first feature-length movie based on the MANDIE books written by Lois Leppard.

Set in the early 1900s, this series boasts a delightful cast of characters who, in the tradition of LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE and ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, learn valuable lessons as they conquer hardships and celebrate life’s triumphs




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Prairie Giant: The Pastor Tommy Douglas Story

Prairie Giant: The Pastor Tommy Douglas Story


For more than 50 years, his unwavering commitment to social justice, his brilliant political acumen and pugnacious charm earned Tommy Douglas both the love and respect of millions of Canadians. Many of the things we now take for granted-government insurance, the 8-hour work day, government funding for the arts and, most importantly, universal health care - were first introduced in Canada by Tommy Douglas. This follows his path from 1930 to 1961.


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Road To Independence - The Movie

Road To Independence - The Movie


Thomas Jefferson, rode on his white horse to Independence Hall on 4 July 1776 - Declaration of Independence in hand, people lined the streets of Philadelphia and cheered. Then, once inside the chamber, Jefferson and the Founders posed for pictures while each stood in line behind John Hancock to sign the Declaration. America was born. It's a nice story but it's not true. The real story is that of a rag-tag group of men who never met one another yet shared a common bond: a thirst for Independence. This is the true, tragic and ultimately triumphant story of the Declaration of Independence and the men who pledged their lives, their fortunes and their scared honor to bring it to life.


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Sybil Luddington: The Female Paul Revere

Sybil Luddington: The Female Paul Revere


Sybil Ludington is about a sixteen year-old girl who courageously rode over 40 miles to save New York during the Revolutionary War. Her father, Colonel Henry Ludington was the commander of the local militia near Fredericksburg, NY. Sybil is known as the "female Paul Revere" and is a wonderful example of courage and faith. Director/Producer/Writer Kim Robinson's goal was to bring a movie for the whole family inspired by this young girl who was a hero of the American Revolution. Her goal was that it would encourage children to courageously go after all that they believe in and have opportunity before them to do. Director of Photography, Tony Robinson, was able to work with her to capture a unique to KICKS, period-look on screen. This film is inspired by her life and her ride. It is a story about her family and her courage as she rode through a stormy, rainy night on a ride that ended at dawn. Sybil rode twice the distance as Paul Revere, and the militiamen heard her cry while Danbury, Connecticut was burning. Sybil's ride brought over 400 men to her waiting father, which helped move the British to retreat that April in 1777.

Through this film we find the story of a family, their neighbors, and friends, as they face the dynamics of the Revolution and lived their lives with courage, faith, and determination. Its inspiring story touches the lives of those who embrace it, as Sybil, the oldest of 12 siblings, embraces her brothers and sisters, confronts the challenges before her and stands with her father as he faces a 'price on his head' by the British. Sybil Ludington courageously stands face to face with the war that filled the land she lived and loved with determination. A movie that inspires the family and the youth of today to go after everything before them with courage.



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Under Jakob's Ladder

Under Jakob's Ladder


Based on a true story, "Under Jakob's Ladder" takes place in the Soviet Union during 1938. Jakob (played by British actor Jeff Stewart), a former teacher who lost his job due to the new Communist system, can only stand by and watch as the world around him slowly disintegrates, with fear and suspicion ruling the day. Like most of the men in his village, he soon finds himself in a Soviet prison. But it is there that he discovers that the freedom he craves might actually be found within the walls of his cell.


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