It takes more than a little faith to reach the faithful*


 Through publicity, partnerships, events and distribution – we take film, TV, causes and content further to make your impact bigger.


Same Kind of
Different As Me

From the best-selling, beloved book comes the highly-anticipated movie starring Renee Zellweger and Greg Kinnear. 

In Theaters Feb 3



600 women leaders attend advance screening. “One of the best movies I’ve seen in a long, long time.”

In Theaters November 25

Chris Tomlin

Top artist utilizes TheatriCast distribution for one-night unity event that "draws tens of thousands to sold out venues.”  Platform helps propel artist to #6 on Billboard Top 100 through ticket + album sales. 


“Denial is the movie for the election season.” –Religion News Service

Now Playing in Theaters

Last Days in the Desert

Executive Producers of Sundance-premiered film starring Ewan McGregor, directed by Rodrigo Garcia and cinematography by Emmanuel Lubezki. 


The six-part global series from National Geographic premieres Monday, November 14.  #countdowntomars



The potential and possibilities are limitless.
But in a cluttered marketplace
with audiences more splintered than ever,
you can only go so far with traditional marketing and distribution.
You'll need help getting from
where you are to where you want to be.
That is where we come in. 
You need marketing & publicity campaigns
and distribution services that seamlessly work
with your budgets, timelines and plans ...
that take you and your project as far as possible. 

*To us, "faithful" means aspirational audiences passionate about brands, beliefs, causes and content.  



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“The company’s motto could just as easily be ‘soulful films for smart people.’ Because the ­movies in question exemplify ­values — humility, transcendence, ­human connection — that have moved believers and ­non-believers alike for centuries, whether they’re admiring a fresco by Michelangelo or an oratorio by Handel.”

–Washington Post, 5/12/16