Contact: Robert Brayton, Cinenosin Film Academy, 713-857-7265
HOUSTON, Nov. 7 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Cinenosin Film Academy released its first made-for-Internet film. It is called "Mistaken Identity." The film is available for viewing online.
The four minute, thirty-second film is the vision of academy founder, Robert Brayton. "I was researching Internet video for an upcoming class. I saw a great need for presenting the gospel message in a format and with 'tags' that would best reach the lost. Sadly, many of the highly popular videos on Internet video servers such as YouTube, Yahoo Video, Google Video, etc., have tags of xxx, porn, Paris Hilton, and much worse. I prayed the Lord would give me a vision for a film to reach people who are searching these tags with His message--Mistaken Identity is the result."
The film was rush-produced by the academy with a budget under $300. Producing Christian films is part of the hands-on training of the film academy. Academy students and their families assisted, as well as other Christian friends who volunteered their services and resources.
Brayton continues, "I was so blessed to see God bring together people and resources always in His timing. Without the help that we received at the exact moment we received it, the film would not have been possible. Only God could have brought everything together with this precision. All the glory goes to Him. It is our prayer that He will use our efforts to bring many to salvation in Jesus Christ our Lord."
Internet video search engines work by popularity. The more popular a video is, the higher it ranks in a search. The academy is asking Christians everywhere to watch the video, rate it, leave comments or reviews, and, most importantly, forward the link to all their friends and family. This will make the video more available for those who are searching for it. To be a part of helping this film reach the lost, simply send the following link to everyone and anyone, Christian or not: www.cinenosin.com/mistakenIdentity.html
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