Paladin Pictures To Film Documentary In muskogee, Oklahoma

Paladin Pictures To Film Documentary In muskogee, Oklahoma

Charlottesville, Virginia – April 14, 2005 – Virginia-based media company Paladin Pictures and The Brothers Williamson will be filming for their documentary Rebellion of Thought in Muskogee, Oklahoma during the Bare Bones International Film Festival, April 18th-24th. Rebellion of Thought is a challenging and thought-provoking film that examines the issue of faith in a post-modern culture and considers the Church’s role in such an environment. The Brother Williamson have traveled around the country gathering insight from dozens of notable philosophers, theologians, artists, professors, and “men on the street” to compile a variety of viewpoints on the question of Truth and its existence.

The production of Rebellion of Thought has been has a profound impact on filmmakers themselves. Kent C. Williamson of The Brothers Williamson explains, “Working on the film Rebellion of Thought has dramatically altered my outlook on how people in America live out their faith. The culture has changed us, technology has changed us, but what about faith… has it changed us? The Church must change. Not it’s message, but it’s methods. It’s message must never change, but it’s methods must.”

The filmmakers will continue gathering viewpoints for Rebellion of Thought during their week in Muskogee, as they are scheduled to film in Jasper’s Restaurant on West Okmulgee at noon on Wednesday, April 20th. They will make appearances in a variety of other venues during the week, as well. The stop in Oklahoma will raise the number of states visited for filming purposes to a half-dozen, and Alabama will be added to the list in the week following the Bare Bones Film Festival, where the Brothers Williamson plan to film segments at the infamous bridge in Selma.

The Brothers Williamson will enjoy one of their completed projects during their stay in Muskogee, as well—the feature film When Love Walks In.  When Love Walks In has been nominated for five festival awards and will premiere at the filmmaker’s welcome event on Thursday, April 21st at 8:00 p.m. in the Roxy Theatre. The film is the first of only two full-length motion pictures that have been allotted a second screening time during the festival, which will be held Saturday, April 23rd, 10:15 p.m. at the Muskogee Civic Center Cinema.  The Brothers Williamson and Paladin Pictures will also hold a seminar entitled “Secrets of No-Budget Filmmaking” on Saturday, April 23rd at 11:00 a.m. in the Civic Center Cinema, Venue C.

Paladin Pictures is dedicated to the production, distribution, and promotion of family-friendly, morally-strong entertainment and educational media. Paladin Pictures strives to follow the example of the Paladin Order of Knighthood which, under the rule of Charlemagne, was charged with the task of preserving the values and virtues of the society and culture. 

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