'The Epic Journey' Wraps Production After Film Team Travels to 27 Countries
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 2, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- 'The Epic Journey,' the new film by Tim Chey, wrapped production after the camera team visited 27 countries in four months. "It was an incredible journey and a miraculous adventure," says Chey. "I see God's incredible hand in every story and every city we covered."
The film documents amazing stories of people who found Christ in impossible situations (a'la John Newton, writer of 'Amazing Grace'). The film team traveled to Tokyo, Cairo, Jerusalem, Istanbul, Nairobi, Dubai, Hong Kong, London, Paris, Rome, Lima, Buenos Aires, et al
The incredible stories range from a Kenyan woman who ran out of food for her orphanage to a kidnapped victim in Afghanistan who was rescued by a Christ-like figure.
"These are profound, tear-jerking stories that will shake the most hardened, cynical atheist," says Chey, who is also the co-host along with Annie Sims.
It's been a busy year for Chey who also produced and wrapped production on 'The Underground Railroad' starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. and is currently shooting the much-anticipated movie 'Final' in six countries based on the acclaimed novel. The film looks at the days immediately following the Rapture in four character's lives.