Living Hope

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Film

Living Hope is a 2014 Christian documentary film. Directed by David Kiern and produced by Mitchell Galin for Epiphany Documentary Films, it follows the stories of three people working amongst the poor in Cape Town, South Africa.[1] The film had its US premiere on February 23, 2014.[2]

Plot

Living Hope tells the story of a Christian ministry in Cape Town, as they serve the poor and sick in the townships of their city. The film focuses on the stories of three individuals involved in the ministry:

  1. In 1999, Pastor John V. Thomas learned that a township near his church had an HIV infection rate of 44%. Motivated to break the cycle of disease and poverty in Cape Town, John and his church founded "Living Hope", as a ministry dedicated to helping the poor, taking care of the sick, and spreading the Gospel.[3][4]
  2. Leonie Rustin is a single mother whose life is crippled by a severe drug addiction. After a pastor leads her to faith, she enters a recovery program at Living Hope, and begins to restore her life. Eventually, she begins helping others in her community with addiction problems.
  3. Joey Lankford is an American who moves his family from their prosperous life in America to South Africa, in order to work amongst the poor. [5]Once in Africa, he launches a farming venture, training men and women from the townships how to build their own self-sustaining businesses.[1]ref>B&H Publishing, Joey Lankford</ref>

Cast

Production

Filming for Living Hope commenced in March, 2012. South Africa locations included Masiphumelele, Ocean View, Cape Town, Capricorn, Overcome Heights, and Muizenberg, with scenic shots done on Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope. Additional shooting was done in Nashville and Manhattan. Production wrapped in July, 2012.

Release

A US tour is scheduled for February and March, 2014.[6]

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