|Distribution Update December 19, 2012
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|Why you are here|
Thanks for your interest in Hell and Mr. Fudge. You are receiving this email newsletter because you have requested information about the movie's distribution to theaters or its availability for purchase on DVD.
This newsletter will be updated as progress warrants.
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|Release dates |
Public School Gymnasium - Jan. 11, 12, 13 (showtimes not available)
Landmark - Greenwood Village - Jan. 15, 7:00 PM
Landmark Olde Town Stadium - Arvada - Jan. 16, 7:00 PM
Fox Theater - Jan. 19, 7:00 PM
Keene Senior Center - Jan. 20, 2:30 PM and 6:30 PM
Grand Rapids, MI
Wealthy Theater - Feb. 13 and 20, 7:15 PM
Hilton Head Island, SC
Park Plaza Cinema - Feb. 24, 2:30 PM and 7:30 PM; Feb. 28, 7:30 PM
Hagen Hall, Assumption College - Mar. 1, 2, 3 (showtimes not available)
Watch this space for updates on theater and schedule information.
|To a theater near you?|
If your church or other organization would like to sponsor
Hell and Mr. Fudge in your town, here's the basic information:
You rent the theater. Best bets are independent theaters, some of which are non-profit community theaters. But some of the big multiplex theaters do rent for special events.
You benefit from ticket sales, recouping all, or a major portion of, your initial outlay for rent.
Advertising and Promotion
We provide you with printable poster files for printing in various sizes, from large theater-size versions to bulletin-board sizes. There is no charge for these files, but you will need to have the printing done locally.
We have postcard-size handouts that you can obtain from us at minimal expense. You can imprint these with your local information.
We can also provide a sample press release and a newspaper ad template.
We will take care of all technical details with the theater.
Interested? Send an email to Jim Wood at email@example.com
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|Read this review!|
The film captures the ambiance of some quirky church affairs quite fairly, I thought, without villianizing unnecessarily; I think this is quite an accomplishment in itself. It tells the story of the annihilationist viewpoint rather simply, in view of the complexity that could be involved. And I think that is commendable and opens up the issue for fair consideration.
But it is the humanity and the ethics of Edward Fudge that comes through, and I think that message overshadows the rest of your story, and I think that is just fine. His life and character are worthy of the treatment in film, and if this is an attempt at fostering faith in Jesus Christ as well as a view of hell, this film serves that well. And it does this without preaching. Amazing. (Kenneth Mick)
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|Rent the movie|
This award-winning film is now available on DVD for rent by churches, schools, and other organizations. Rental rates for churches are based on church membership. See list below. Click here to send a request for a rental agreement form, additional rates and other information.
|Up to 150||$240.00|
|More than 600||$515.00|
FREE PRINTABLE POSTER FILES AND PRESS KITS ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU PROMOTE YOUR SCREENING OF HELL AND MR. FUDGE.
- It's a thought-provoking presentation that encourages further examination."
- "Thoughtful, challenging, and well-made."
- "Must process and pray."
- "I am always open to the truth. I want to know what both sides base their ideas on in more detail."
- "Well done - great springboard for discussion."
- "This film is fabulous. It held my attention all the way through."
- "Very informative, spell binding movie for all people."
- "Fantastic - humor mixed with truth & excellent acting!"
- "This was a spiritual, uplifting movie. I would highly recommend it."
- "This is a far more interesting and compelling film about Christianity than "Courageous," which somehow feels the need to make its protagonists like action figures."
- "Great movie. Very enjoyable. It will appeal to the churched - but, it could open some doors as is to the unchurched."
- "I grew up Catholic and I always had this belief that if God loved us so much, how could he allow us to burn in HELL. This movie was reconfirming of my beliefs since I was a child. I have never been able to prove that notion and this movie is very confirming in that which I can't wait to share with my family and friends."
|The movie in the media|
'Hell' in the US Cinema
Seventh-day Adventist weekly magazine features the movie and the stories behind it
Abilene Christian University student publication featuring the movie and an interview with the real Edward Fudge
(06-26-2012) Patheos Stories of hateful fundamentalists coming to a theater near you
(06-11-2012) Athens Plus "Hell and Mr. Fudge" a lasting impression (06-01-2012) AL.com "Hell and Mr. Fudge" raises burning questions (05-14-2012) AL.com Athens to show "Hell and Mr. Fudge"
|The new book|
"Does the Bible really teach that God will finally keep people alive forever in hell just to suffer torment that never ends? If that is not what the Scripture teaches, is it not a slander against the heavenly Father almost too heinous to describe?" (Edward Fudge in Hell - A Final Word)
The production of Hell and Mr. Fudge was made possible by donations from people like you -- people who want to share the truth about the character of God and His plan for the eternal future.
You can partner with them by helping to support the distribution phase of this project. Your tax-deductible donation, large or small, will be designated specifically for the test-marketing, advertising, and promotion of Hell and Mr. Fudge.
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