Pure Flix’s “A Question of Faith,” the first faith-based feature film produced by an African American female-led production company, has accomplished a rare feat in the movie business: an A+ Cinema Score. On average, less than five movies a year receive this top honor.
Speaking on the movie:
“We are proud our movie was so well received by audiences across America,” said producer Angela White of Silver Lining Entertainment. “Our goal was to make a movie that moves people and inspires people. People are telling us our movie is changing their lives, and we thank God for using it this way.”
“We are so pleased that film audiences have awarded ‘A Question of Faith’ an A+ CinemaScore, proving that it is really resonating with filmgoers,” said Steve Fedyski, COO of Pure Flix Entertainment. “We are proud to be working alongside producer Angela White to bring this important and impactful film to theaters.”
In “A Question of Faith,” the lives of three families collide when two tragedies strike back to back. All three families find themselves at a crossroads, questioning their faith and the higher power that guides our destinies. Chance encounters with one another lead to a chain of events imminently bringing the families’ worlds closer together, until a moment of truth. But, when the connection is revealed, will the consequences of the aftermath bring them together or tear their faith apart? Watch the trailer here