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Our Award-Winning
Documentary Films

We are committed to producing films that shed light on the realities of orphan care and the need for the Church to partner with orphanages.

Why Do We Make Documentaries?

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Share

We aim to share the stories of orphans through our videos and documentaries to provide a better understanding of what these children experience on a day-to-day basis. The good and the bad. The trials and the triumphs.

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Inspire

Through our storytelling, we hope to encourage the body of Christ to consider what their roles in orphan care are and could be. We want to show people how they can love these children with the gifts, talents, and blessings that God has given them, whether that is through providing a loving home, services, or resources.

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Mobilize

” ‘…the harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.’ ” The need is urgent and immense, and your involvement can be life-saving and life-changing. Our goal is to provide opportunities for people to embrace and pursue their God-given convictions and passions to love and serve orphans for God’s Kingdom.

ORPHAN CARE IN SHANGHAI.
2020

Our first documentary, Orphan Care in Shanghai (2020) is the work of our award-winning producers, Christy Tang and David Pat. We first started creating films in the hope of spreading awareness about the need for orphan care work globally. 

Shanghai was a unique experience to share about what God was doing in the lives of disabled orphans in China that were abandoned by their parents. God has been using our films throughout the US to inspire and encourage churches to mobilize to serve orphans globally. 

WINNER OF

2021 GOLD TELLY AWARD 

2021 SILVER w3 AWARD

2021 SINGAPORE CARNIVAL FILM FESTIVAL SELECTION

Orphan Care in Shanghai (2020)

Orphan Care in Shanghai (2020)

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE FAMILY
2022

Our most recent film, There’s No Place Like Family (2022) is the result of our work in Tijuana while learning about the difficulties that orphans face to even reach adulthood.

 

We are honored and grateful to be able to share the heartbreaking and emotional stories of those who have overcome great hardship to find their true family in Christ. We pray that the orphans that we serve currently in Tijuana will find Christ as their one and only hope.