Creative escape from a creative church?
How about an escape from your job, your lifestyle, and your friends?
That’s the idea behind a creative photoshooting concept that’s about to hit the big screen in the U.K. with the first movie of its kind: Creative Escape From a Creative church.
The film, titled Creative Escape, is based on the book and movie by Australian writer, illustrator, and artist, Jonathan Miller.
Miller has made the project the subject of a Kickstarter campaign that’s already raised over $4 million.
The film’s story centers around a Christian pastor and his friend who decide to make a film together to help people in their lives.
In the movie, the pastor plays the role of the camera, while the friend, played by the actress Jessica Chastain, plays the audience.
The pastor has a camera around his neck, while Chastina plays his friend’s.
The characters are a little bit more involved, with Miller explaining the process behind creating the film.
“The story is about a pastor in the midst of his ministry, but he is not a pastor.
His job is to take care of his people,” Miller said.
“I love the idea that he is this person that can create a miracle, that he can help people,” he added.
The story will explore the spiritual, social, and physical dimensions of the pastor, as well as the church and the relationship between pastor and church member.
In addition to Chastine, the film will feature actress Sarah Vowell, who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of the character, as the pastor.
“I am really excited about working with Jonathan Miller on this film and I’m thrilled to be able to be a part of his amazing vision,” Chastains said.
Miller has a long history in film and television.
He was the co-creator of The Sopranos and the show, but his most notable work was in the early 2000s with the animated series, Family Guy.
Miller went on to produce and executive produce a number of other animated series including The Simpsons and Adventure Time.
Miller is known for his work on the hit show The Simpsons.
In 2009, the show won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for its sixth season.