FORGIVENESS IS THE KEY
Newcomer and Baltimore native, in the starring role of NikkiMac, a sister in Christ with a heart for children, but whose lusts seem to take over
In the co-starring role of Jacee, the verbose sister in Christ and best friend of NikkiMac who has her own faults to overcome
National contemporary jazz recording artist,
in the role of Bro. Vonner, brother in Christ and no-games officer of the law
Renown gospel artist extraordinaire,
in the role of Bro. Adam Greene, a single guest preacher who the ladies love
Professional vocalist, stage, and screen performer, in the role of Alex, the on and off lover of NikkiMac
Newcomer and Baltimore native,
in the role of Bro. Carlos, a brother in Christ with a lively sense of humor
In the role of Cletus, the charming former athlete who's fallen on hard times but tries to find his way back to Jesus.
In the role of the stalwart Bro. Pena, the protective brother in Christ whose heartache is his wayward daughter.
In the role of the assertive Sis. Carolina, the head of the kitchen ministry and always on point to handle a situation.
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Behind Church Doors is feature film adaptation of a fiction novel by Sylvia Brown-Roberts. It is a story of forgiveness and redemption. Set in the Christian church, it is the story of NikkiMac, a single female, who like many Christian women, has a colorful history but knows that her sins were forgiven when she obeyed the gospel of Jesus Christ. Although she’s determined to live a faithful Christian lifestyle, NikkiMac experiences a tug-of-war between the flesh and the Spirit. Sometimes, she doesn’t measure up to what God expects of her, but she gets right back up when she falls. Over time, she may realize that faithful Christian living is not achieved by willpower alone, but by a dependence on God.
Although casting is not complete, Behind Church Doors will introduce several fresh, new faces and include cameos from well-known artists.
Jessica Veale as "NikkiMac"
Ramona Rideout as "Jacee"
Noah Silas as "Cletus"
Lamar Campbell as "Bro. Adam Greene"
Tony Exum Jr. as "Bro. Vonner"
Matthew Pinkney as "Bro. Carlos"
Lottie Porch as "Sis. Batts"
Ashanti Kenyatta as "Sis. Hobson"
Tracy L.F. Worley is an independent motion picture producer with over 25 years in the game. She cut her teeth in Howard University’s film program under the tutelage of Haile Gerima, S. Torriano Berry, and Skip Norman. She has produced and directed several short independent projects including: a short adaptation from the fiction novel written by Christopher Chambers, Sympathy for the Devil (2002); and Deception (1999), a short film she wrote, directed, and produced, which premiered in Washington DC in February 2000, screened in Culver City CA during the 2001 Hollywood Black Film Festival, and was broadcast on Maryland Public Television in 2002. In 2007, she produced the stage play, He’s Not Your Soul Mate, which premiered at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington DC. In 2009, she produced and co-directed the digital feature, Bed of Fire, which earned an Award of Merit in the 2010 Best Shorts Competition. She joined forces with author Sylvia Brown-Roberts in 2015 to develop a screenplay adaptation of her fiction novel, Behind Church Doors, and their partnership, Behind Church Doors Productions LLC, is in development/pre-production on the feature project, Behind Church Doors.
This is an exciting time in Christian film making. According to advocacy group Faith Driven Consumer, 17% of Americans make purchasing decisions primarily based on their religious beliefs. That includes motion pictures and theater. The key to successful motion pictures is that the motion picture directors pay more attention to their core, or target, audience. Our plan is to emphasize substance over form. Behind Church Doors Productions will make an original, distinctive motion picture that is entertaining and uniquely true to God’s word.
The Christian motion picture market has grown exponentially in recent years, and Behind Church Doors deals with some heavy topics, giving the viewer a lighthearted peak into living obediently to the commands of Christ. The movie cuts a wide swath through the Christian cinema market. It combines comedy with spiritual edification with the consequences of our decisions.
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