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Posted on Dec 6, 2013 |

Gospel Writers Star at Parkland Theatre Saturday

Gospel Writers Star at Parkland Theatre Saturday

Greater Cincinnati native Michael Loos, who plays Matthew in the new film The Gospel Writers' Autographs, will be at the Parkland Theatre Saturday for the film's Cincinnati premiere.

Greater Cincinnati native Michael Loos, who plays Matthew in the new film The Gospel Writers’ Autographs, will be at the Parkland Theatre Saturday for the film’s Cincinnati premiere.

Native Cincinnati actor will attend film’s local premiere.

 

Greater Cincinnati native Michael Loos, a star of The Gospel Writer’s Autgraphs, will be at the Parkland Theatre Saturday night for the film’s Cincinnati premiere.

 

Featuring Jeb Philip (an Ohio native who is a regular on the series Mad Men) as Luke and actors from Indiana and Ohio as well as Los Angeles, the independent film from Rosetti Productions is “a hilarious and eye opening quest to the the autographs of four Gospel writers: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.”

 

The film also stars Markus Porter, as the inventor of a time machine, veteran Indiana actor Leo Kempf as the autograph collector Mitchell, Indiana actor Timothy Paul Taylor as Mark, Loos as Matthew, and award-winning comedian and author Brad Tassell as James.

 

Writer, director and producer Chip Rosetti specializes in Christian films and documentaries. Filmed in Evansville, IN, the movie chronicles two protagonists who “do everything in their power to keep from changing history – but they can’t avoid changes of heart. Along the way they learn a few things about what is REALLY important in life.”

 

Uniquely Catholic Theater will Show Film

 

The Parkland Theater will show the film twice Saturday, at 7 and 9 pm, and Loos will sign autographs. Admission is $6.

 

The Parkland Theater and Entertainment Center shows family movies for $3 and also presents Catholic films, lectures, and studies. The theater is also available to rent for events and presentations. ( Read our story on the Parkland Theater here.) It is 15 minutes west of Downtown Cincinnati and 15 minutes east of Lawrenceburg, Inc.

 

Upcoming Catholic programs include live presentations on “St. Louis Marie De Montfort and True Devotion to Mary” on Jan. 14 and “Christ the King vs. Americanism” on Jan. 22. Movies change weekly.

 

Photos courtesy Rosetti Productions.

 

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The protagonists attempt to get an autograph from St. James.

The geeky protagonists attempt to get an autograph from St. James.