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Homeschoolers in the Media

Vol. 79, Prg. 6–10
December 10–14, 2007

Homeschoolers have the freedom to lead the way in the arts. This week, we’ll highlight two Christian independent filmmakers determined to impact the culture through the creativity of movies.

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Leading the Way into the Arts
A Call to Film and a Call to Homeschool
Film for the Family
An Entertaining Idea
Movie-Making for Christ

Kerry Wall
Kerry Wall worked as a dancer, model and actress in Los Angeles for over 10 years under her maiden name, Kerry Brennan. She starred in numerous videos, commercials, television series and films. Kerry met her husband David at an acting class in Los Angeles, and after four years of marriage they decided to leave Los Angeles to start their family and their film projects. Noëlle marks the first film where she served as co-producer. Kerry co-stars alongside her husband David and three of their four children. She has homeschooled their four children for seven years. Kerry looks at it as a calling and a joy.

Daniel Noa
Daniel Noa is a graduate of Patrick Henry College who has begun a career in filmmaking. In 2006, Daniel co-directed and produced his first feature, Smuggler’s Ransom, which has recently been picked up for distribution by Cloud Ten Pictures, the production company behind Left Behind and others. In 2007, he served as First Assistant Director on Advent Film Group’s Come What May, due for a 2008 release. Currently, Daniel works as a freelance editor while preparing a sequel to Smuggler’s Ransom entitled The Chase Dispatch.

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Come What May
Smuggler’s Ransom

Bella the Movie

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