Let the Church Say Amen

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Academy Award-nominated filmmaker David Peterson directs the documentary Let the Church Say Amen. The World Missions for Christ Church exists inside a small storefront in Washington, D.C. While the city government lacks funds and power, this little church reaches out to make necessary, positive changes in the community. Homelessness, violence, and drug addiction are all faced head-on by the church members, as missionaries seek out those who have been left behind by poverty and injustice. Peterson presents faith ...
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Academy Award-nominated filmmaker David Peterson directs the documentary Let the Church Say Amen. The World Missions for Christ Church exists inside a small storefront in Washington, D.C. While the city government lacks funds and power, this little church reaches out to make necessary, positive changes in the community. Homelessness, violence, and drug addiction are all faced head-on by the church members, as missionaries seek out those who have been left behind by poverty and injustice. Peterson presents faith as a force of hope and inspiration within a crumbling, neglected city. Let the Church Say Amen premiered the 2003 SilverDocs Documentary Film Festival and screened at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival as part of the American Spectrum competition.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; This month's short film: A Stolen Moment, dir. Audrey Cummings - In the future, the world has fallen victim to viruses and diseases. There is no human touch, no eye contact and no socialization. Everything is cold and clinical. But after catching the eyes of a stranger, Sophie finds herself longing for human interaction. (Canada, English, 16 min.)
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/24/2007
  • UPC: 616892636328
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Film Movement
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Pastor Bobby Perkins Interviewee
Dr. JoAnn Perkins Interviewee
Brother Ceodtis Fulmore Interviewee
David Surles Interviewee
Darlene Duncan Interviewee
Technical Credits
David Petersen Director, Editor, Producer
Dwight Brown Sound/Sound Designer
Mridu Chandra Co-producer, Producer
Henry Louis Gates Jr. Executive Producer
Steve Hilmy Sound/Sound Designer
Phil Judkins Sound/Sound Designer
Keith Michalek Sound/Sound Designer
Paul Rusnak Sound/Sound Designer
Jeff Wagner Sound/Sound Designer
Brett Wiley Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Pastor Bobby Perkins [8:07]
2. Dr. JoAnn Perkins [1:53]
3. Darlene Duncan [5:05]
4. David Surles [7:04]
5. Ceodtis Fulmore [6:57]
6. Milton Perkins [10:46]
7. Make a Way [6:10]
8. Living in Danger [10:40]
9. Servants of the King [12:45]
10. Speak to Your People [11:23]
11. Let the Church Say Amen [4:32]
12. Credits [1:16]
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Side #1 --
   Play Let the Church Say Amen
   Scene Access
   Special Features
      Biographies
         David Petersen - Director/Producer/Editor
         Henry Louis Gates, Jr. - Executive Producer
         Brett Wiley - Director of Photography
         Mridu Chandra - Producer
      This Month's Short Film - Audrey Cummings's A Stolen Moment
         Play A Stolen Moment
      Also Available From Film Movement
      Closed Captioning
   This Month's Short Film
      Play A Stolen Moment
   About Film Movement
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