LET HOPE RISE
Within a month of the Ron Howard documentary The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years hitting the big screen, the movie about the Australian Christian band UNITED hits selected Australian cinemas from October 6.
Titled Hillsong – Let Hope Rise, the movie explores the spectacular and miraculous rise to prominence of the Sydney band.
Ben Field from Hillsong says it’s a fascinating documentary on UNITED and the church.
Bill Biddle from Crossroad Distributors says Hillsong – Let Hope Rise has secured a run in 11 Australian cinemas.
The cinemas who’ve committed to run the film so far are Chermside and Garden City in Queensland; Newcastle, Castle Hill, Macquarie, Campbelltown, and Cronulla in NSW; Sunshine, Knox and the Jam Factory in Victoria; as well as Innaloo in Perth.
Bill adds that special one-off screenings are also possible in other cinemas throughout the country.
Kathryn Overall is a truly gifted singer songwriter, yet she is also an extraordinary storyteller.
Reading her lyrics reminds you of reading a great book. You want to read it cover to cover, and then you can’t put it down!
The Kiwi developed her skills in Australia studying and paying her dues behinds the scenes working for a major church.
On returning home, she established a successful marketing and communications businesses that focused on telling the human story within a brand. Her focus for the last few years has been the skincare and wellness sector and more recently her own music project.
Kathryn says her song Sunset Road is about the beauty of God’s creation and how it can revive our souls.
You can download Kathryn Overall’s song Sunset Road from her website at