Lake Shore Film and Television Productions Incorporation is located in Olympia Fields, Illinois. The company was formed in 1975 and has developed mediated products for large and small companies, municipalities, governments, educational institutions and community organizations. LSFTP develops projects for clients from conception to screen taking care of every step in between.
We use only state of the art equipment and professional personnel recognized as the best in the industry.
Lakeshore Film & Television Productions Produced Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Dr. Margret Burroughs
Joseph Oliver Brown— THE MOVIE
By Nate Grant, Producer & Director
THE STORY OF JŌB is the making feature of a film that Broadens Black perspectives while upgrading Black images, making money and having fun. Many Americans including African Americans have been disappointed in many of the mass-media products featuring their group as seen in mainstream America’s popular culture.
THE STORY OF JŌB is a film that’s within the “Hollywood” model. That is, a three act version supported with visuals that “represents the struggle & tone of the story. Most Christians believe, suffering is the sure route to receiving GOD’s blessings, and as their faith grows, so does the confidence that individual life is contributing in some small way to a larger story. “There is one book in the Bible which perhaps more than any other wrestles with the problem of innocent suffering and that is the BOOK OF JŌB.”
JŌB has done nothing to deserve such suffering. As the story will reveal JŌB is involved in a cosmic test, a contest proposed in heaven but staged on earth.
JŌB is rich; suffer as others, but in a context not often shown. The story does not have to be a literal interpretation of the Bible, but hopefully speaks to the spirit of JŌB . I welcome UBM as:
1.· Consultants to successfully produce THE STORY OF JŌB.
2.· Video tape a 2-3 minute "Pitch" production as video content.
3.· Deliver digital·SEO content that would help to·raise funds, boosts sales after production·and distribute the show and help build relationships.·
My marketing strategy includes a Domestic Gospel Tour where the film will open in the top US cities.
With the help of ministers, we hope to attract congregations in the following cities.
TAG LINE: Bad things happen to good people.
A successful contractor miraculously gets the opportunity to bid on a multimillion dollar project, but the possibility of making the 45‐day deadline is looking bleak as his faith is tested by one obstacle after another, each becoming increasingly insurmountable.
SYNOPSIS: Set in the streets of Chicago and beautiful Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Joseph Oliver Brown is an African American entrepreneur and family man struggling with the day-to-day challenges of being an employer, a businessman, a good husband and a father to teen-aged children who suddenly finds his business, finances, health and even the safety of his children being suddenly challenged beyond belief.
Our Target audience is Christian, affluent, Educated, Diverse. Underserved, and Follow leaders they trust. (Pastor endorsements) Medium Age 45.7, Male/Female 34%/65%, with Median HHI of $77.671 and follows popular social media platforms.
DOMESTIC & DISTRIBUTION:
We will secure domestic and domestic distribution commitments in advance of principal photography.
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