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"Faith Based" animated film "Lion of Judah" opens Easter

‘The Lion of Judah’ is an UpComing 3D Animated Film, It is going to release on ‘Easter 2011’ in American Film Market. This movie is directed by Deryck Broom and produced by Animated Family Films. It is the sequel of ‘Upon A Stable’ taking place 30 years after the first movie’s events.

As part of their promotion, American Family Films is offering free tickets, free copy of the previous DVD ‘Once Upon a Stable’ (just pay shipping), a chance to win a trip to “The Holy Land” and discounted merchandise related to the movie.  They are also running an “ambassador” program, and an “Adopt a Lion” program, with participants not actually sponsoring a lion, but providing financial backing to the film in exchange for DVDs and promotional materials they can give out to their friends, family and congregation.  Full details are on the official movie website.

They have put out a plea for a “National Lion Watch” in efforts to get the Hollywood movie industry behind more faith based films.

Hollywood’s decisions to support movies are based on opening weekend results! Your participation is very important to help determine the Lion Of Judah movie success in your local theater.

We need to sell-out the theaters near you the weekend of March 25th, 2010 when The Lion of Judah premiers nationwide!

Film Informaiton:
Title:- The Lion of Judah
Director:- Deryck Broom
Music:- Greg Sims
Studio:- Animated Family Films
Provider:- Rocky Mountain Pictures and AMG Films, Inc
Date Of Release:- Easter 2011
Budget:- $15 Million
Language:- English
Country:- USA
Previous Film:- Upon A Stable
Official Website:- The Lion of Judah Official Movie Website

The story follows Judah, a lamb, who is to be sacrificed. His stable mates set out to rescue him.

The published description follows:

The Lion of Judah, a laugh-filled, heart warming story seen through the eyes of a zany cast of stable animals. Take an eye-opening adventure with a lovable pig (Horace), a faint-hearted horse (Monty), a finicky rat (Slink), a rambling rooster (Drake), a motherly cow (Esmay), a downtrodden donkey (Jack) and a heroic lamb (Judah) and you have got a classic in the making.

Upon learning that Judah has been trapped in the clutches of the townspeople and faces the possibility of being the sacrifice at the annual Festival, the stable mates leave their cozy barn and embark on a hilariously funny series of adventures to find and free their friend. During their numerous attempts to find Judah, a wonderful story emerges as they intercept, interact and entwine with history finally seeking out the King, who was born in their stable more than 30 years earlier.

The antics of our unique cast crates a uniquely funny and entertaining epic as it winds its way through numerous side-splitting encounters and historical scenes. The whole family will enjoy the telling of this wonderful story as it delicately combines biblical texture and timing and treats the most impacting events with care and humility. Without a doubt, The Lion of Judah will leave you in awe of the power that one lamb can command.

Characters and Cast Voice:

  • • Judah – Georgina Cordova
  • • Jack – Scott Eastwood
  • • Drake – Alphonso McAuley
  • • Esmay – Sandi Patty
  • • Monty – Anupam Kher
  • • Horace – Omar Benson Miller
  • • Slink – Ernest Borgnine
  • • Boss – Michael Madsen

External links


Edit: Once the movie is released, we would welcome a review.


2 responses

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  2. Autumnrose1

    I think this will be a great movie for kids and it also looks to teach the bible at the same time so that is a great concept.

    February 28, 2011 at 5:51 pm

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