The Crisis....

Our culture seems to be getting more violent.  Some say that it is the news, social, and entertainment media that are to blame for our societal woes.  But could it be that the family breakdown, and social indifference is also a factor. 

DAWN is a film about the responsibility of keeping our children safe; which we believe is not just a parental responsibility, but that of a community of concerned, involved, and responsive friends, neighbors, educators, and law-enforcement.

With the continuing slaughter of our children on school grounds, it is imperative that our eyes and hears should be attuned in the spirit to anyone that is suspicious in nature:  No matter who it is. 

Are we willing to get out of our comfort zones to keep a child safe?  How many times have we felt that gnawing feeling that someone is in danger, or something is just not right.  Sometimes that still small voice inside could mean the difference between saving a life, or not....

Our latest feature film, DAWN is about that very thing:   A twelve-year old girl named Dawn meets an older boy on social media.  Meanwhile, a reserved business woman, Carrie, begins to have divine dreams that Dawn is in danger. 


Remember, this is a film, and should be seen as such; but also hopefully, a message of concern and hope.  In the film, Carrie has to choose between ignoring the danger signs, or following what God is speaking to her heart....