Our goal is to produce culturally-specific evangelistic and mobilization media for all of the least evangelized mega people groups of the world. Special priority is given to the 160 people groups with a population over one million. We are able to keep the cost of video production affordable to the average Christian worker. Because we are all volunteer workers and part of a nonprofit ministry, our rates are well below commercial rates for video production, while still providing high-quality presentations utilizing the latest media technologies.
Project Pak Thai (2011): We worked with Create Thailand to write and co-direct a project for Muslims in Southern Thailand. This project was a part of the School of Frontier Media at Create Thailand.
What Should I Do? (Mai Kai Karu) (2012): We partnered with Create India and their Media DTS program to provide a short film in the Dhundari language in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Project Rajasthan (2012): We partnered with Create Thailand to create an evangelistic film for ten different language groups in Rajasthan in India. This project was a part of the School of Frontier Media at Create Thailand. This film is now being distributed in Rajasthan. The trailer can be viewed here: A Beautiful Hope Trailer.
Project Southern Thai Buddhists (2013): We helped to produce and direct an evangelistic film for Southern Thai-speaking Buddhists with Create Thailand and the first-ever Frontier Filmmaking Seminar from August through October 2013. This film is now being distributed in Southern Thailand.
Project Santali (2014): An evangelistic film for the Santali people of Jharkhand, India, is currently being field-tested in India with a completed film expected to be released soon. Principal photography was completed in March 2014. You can watch a testimony about this project here: Santali Project Testimony
Project Garwhali (2014): An evangelistic film for the Garwhali people in Uttarakhand, India, is currently in postproduction. This project was also part of the second Frontier Filmmaking Seminar. Principal photography was completed in June 2014.
Project Punjabi (2014): We partnered again with Create Thailand to direct a film for the Punjabi people of South Asia. Principle photography was completed in the Fall of 2014. This project is currently in postproduction with a release expected by the end of 2015.
Project Kumoani (2015): An evangelistic film for the Kumoani people of Northern India is currently in postproduction with principal photography completed in March 2015. This project was also the project for the third Frontier Filmmaking Seminar.
Project Taiwan (2015): We partnered with Create Taiwan to provide a film for the Minan speaking people of Taiwan. Principal photography was completed in November 2015 and this film is now being widely distributed in Taiwan.
Project K (2016): We are currently in postproduction for the fourth Frontier Filmmaking Seminar and project for another unreached people group in India that was produced on location in the Spring of 2016 in Western India.
Project B (2017): We are currently in preproduction for an upcoming Frontier Filmmaking Seminar and project for another people group in India that will be produced on location in the early part of 2017 in Central India. We are currently accepting applications to be a part of this program taking place in February & March 2017. We are also currently seeking project partners to help produce and finance this 2020 Vision film.
Project T (2018): An evangelistic film for a people group in Sierra Leone is currently in preproduction. We are currently seeking project partners to help produce and finance this 2020 Vision film. This project is by invitation only and the prerequisite for joining our team is completion of a Create International training program such as: Frontier Filmmaking Seminar, School of Frontier Media, School of Cartooning and Animation for Missions, or the Visual Arts for Missions school.
2011: Our first team project was a partnership with an indigenous ministry in Bhopal, India, to make this short training video: The Parable of the Ten Virgins in Hindi with English subtitles.