“The Telltale Talent” film

sheeplaughs   January 26, 2016   Comments Off on “The Telltale Talent” film

Well, the fine folks at Rentz Baptist Church in Rentz, GA have been at it again! You may recall the first film they made, “The Soul Hunt,” based on my skit script “Assignment: Witness!”  This year, for their big wild game dinner event, they have filmed and produced another of my scripts, this time “The Telltale Talent.” (Read the script for it here, it is great to perform in your own church, and raise awareness of the need for volunteers.)

Director Steve Knight and the members of the men’s hunting fellowship, as well as others at the church, have gone all out and created a 20 minute movie of the script, going so far as to film at night in the town’s local cemetery for the climactic scene! You may view the film below; but if you would like to show it or “The Soul Hunt” as your church, contact me for a copy on DVD. http://www.godtube.com/watch/?v=KY6P7WNX

The Telltale Talent: The ultimate volunteer recruitment film! from sheeplaughs on GodTube.

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