CDI’s films chosen for expanded theatrical partnership

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The quality of CDI’s film content has put them front and center for a new expanded theatrical program.

Collective Development Inc. (CDI) has been working with distributor Bridgestone Multimedia Group (BMG) on the release of their biblical adventure series ‘The Quest Trilogy’ written by CDI’s, CEO DJ Perry. “Forty Night” and “Chasing the Star” are already in the marketplace having had a limited theatrical release. Part 3 “The Christ Slayer” has just been completed just in time for the Easter 2019 season.

In 2018 CDI’s 1870’s adventure tale “Wild Faith” also enjoyed a limited theatrical run in Michigan and Florida. Now both films will get a wider theatrical push under a new theatrical partnership BMG has with myCinema. “Wild Faith” will return to the big screens in March and “The Christ Slayer” will show in April at select theaters nationwide. Both will enjoy a home video roll out to DVD and streaming before coming out on various platform services.

Still in the post-production pipeline is “MBF: Man’s Best Friend” a story that focuses on wounded military vets and shelter dogs. Recently, ANIMAL PLANET released a promo for the film after Duncan, the two-legged boxer traveled to Michigan and appeared in the film. The promo was viewed over 420,000 times teasing to give viewers a look at Duncan’s set visit in a show episode for season 2 of AMANDA TO THE RESCUE. The film has garnished early interest in the theatrical program targeting August 2019 with home video to follow.

CDI is now moving into development on their next project entitled “Lost Heart” a Northern Michigan comedy/drama slated to star Melissa Anschutz (Ashes of Eden) and Don Most (Happy Days). The film is about a fading music star who returns home after many years to attend a funeral for her estranged father.

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