The upcoming film "An Interview With God" will give viewers a look into the genuine struggles people encounter while on their journey of faith, says co-producer Harrison Powell.
The movie, presented by Giving Films and Astute Films, will be in theaters nationwide for three nights only, Aug. 20-22, through Fathom Events. The motion picture includes Academy Award nominee David Strathairn ("Good Night," and "Good Luck") and Brenton Thwaites ("Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales"), along with Yael Grobglas ("Jane the Virgin"), Hill Harper ("Concussion"), and Charlbi Dean Kriek ("The Other").
The film follows Paul, an "up-and-coming journalist [who] finds his world and faith increasingly challenged when he's granted the interview of a lifetime — with someone who claims to be God," according to the synopsis.
The Christian Post interviewed Powell, VP of development for Giving Films, who shared some of the important takeaways he believes people will gain from the film. Below is an edited transcript.
Christian Post: What was it about the script that made you want to be involved?
Powell: Our mission to fund and produce films that entertain and spark conversation around faith. This script did that! I kept turning the page, wondering what would happen, while looking inside at my own faith and asking myself, "What questions would I ask God?" I feel that audiences would do the same, and hopefully feel comfortable and encouraged to talk to other people about their questions.
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