MEET THE WRIGHT FAMILY
When a single mom (Ashley Diane Wright) moves across country with her daughter (Scout Wright) they will not be expecting the challenges they will face from the man (David Wright) living next door. A cute journey through the lives of three girls that become best friends, and how their lives will be affected forever. You don't want to miss this heartwarming summer adventure that inspires.
The Badge, the Bible, And Bigfoot
Wright Family Films is breaking new ground for christian film with this new monster /action movie. In a small coastal town Bigfoot is sighted, and children go missing. The towns Police Chief "David Harrison" is fired, leaving only the Sheriff.
When the Sheriff suddenly goes missing, the towns only hope is in Chief Harrison to battle the beast. He finds himself without his weapons, and must go hand to hand with Bigfoot. Will his strength in God or Military & Police training be enough to save the children and the town?
A couple will seek out peace and solitude after the loss of their baby. They will search for a new life away from the city in the wilderness of Maine. As they recover from their emotional loss, they will be faced with another
While exploring a remote property in Maine, the wife ( Helen Stanley ) will be taken by a vicious beast. The husband ( Owen Stanley ) will have to search the 100 acre remote property for his wife, and attempt to rescue her. What kind of beast will he find in the dark wilderness of Maine? Will he defeat the beast and rescue the love of his life? Or will the vicious beast kill them both? This epic film will have you asking yourself this question, are you willing to die for love?
The Wright family first started filming while living off-grid in the mountains. They went to get away from the sinfulness they were experiencing on a daily basis in the city. They were searching for peace. They started filming as a means of entertaining themselves, because they no longer had internet, t.v, or movies. Little did they know that God would call them back from their solitude to bring a message to the people. They have a call for obedience, and spreading the word of God. The films were touching people, and it inspired them to continue. With no budget, and no clue on filming, God guided them. They film everything unscripted so that God is always available to speak during certain scenes.
"God has shown up everytime we were in the middle of filming. I always get excited, and say that wasn't me, that was the Holy Spirit!" We leave the script up to God, each day seeking His message through the word. During times of block we pray for the next scene, and He has always provided. With God anything is possible. You don't need a degree to serve Him...just a willingness." -Ashley Hays Wright
Here's the first trailer we did in the mountains that started it all...
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