Nearly $80,000 raised for Christian filmmakers.
Since we started LOOR, we’ve been able to raise nearly $80,000 to fund Christian filmmakers dream projects. And we are just getting started.
Last week we sent a check for $21,000 to Tim Ingle for the first episode of Bearly Biblical! And now he’s actively working on making new episodes that will premiere with each new episode goal being met!
Thanks to all the LOOR Subscribers and passionate fans of Bearly Biblical, Tim was able to do something that is unheard of in the Christian film industry. He got to raise several thousand dollars for a pilot.
Even in Hollywood the chances of getting your pilot funded is next to none, but in the Christian film industry it’s pretty much impossible. We haven’t built out the means for young filmmakers and storytellers to get their experiments funded. We have no way to “test and see” if there is an audience.
With LOOR we have proven that the audience will subscribe and commit to funding entertainment for their children. We have proven that Christians are not just mindless consumers looking for hundreds of hours of woke content to consume. Christians are builders.
In addition to Tim Ingle, we have funded Dark Holler and Teach All Nations.
We just wrote a check for $5,000 to Cody Hallford for his experimental short film collection based on The Psalms, The Psalter.
We’ve funded three episodes of Wild Brothers: Highlands to Island.
The best part is that all the subscribers that join LOOR today, don’t have to fund those episodes. They can be watched by everyone. Together we’re building an inheritance.
And we’re just getting started.
With every subscriber that subscribes to LOOR, the funding of movies and TV shows goes faster and faster. In fact if everyone on this mailing list subscribed to LOOR, we could fund an episode of TV content every single week!
So why not give it a shot. Subscribe to LOOR, and start building a streaming platform for you, your children, and your children’s children.
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