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Miles Between Us
A father and daughter who have been estranged by divorce for twelve years find themselves on a trip across the country that becomes a more complicated journey than they imagined. It's a story of pain, hope, healing, and redemption.
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ii Films - producer of The Current (Winner of Best Youth Film at the 2014 Crown Awards) -- present newcomer Anna Stranz in this story of a father and daughter finding hope again, after divorce. What are people saying?
- "I LOVED "The Current." I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE "Miles Between Us" all the more."
- "Every family should see this movie."
- "The storyline is captivating, and all too realistic in our culture today."
- "In a world of broken families and relationships, it is good to know that there is hope."
It was twelve years after the divorce. Luke (Dariush Moslemi - The Current, Catching Faith) hadn't heard from his ex-wife (Kelly Morton) in over a year. Still, when the phone rang that morning, he had no idea how that call would change his life.
Luke and his daughter, Gabby (Stranz), were all but strangers. That phone call marked a new beginning and set them off on a journey more complicated than they imagined. It's a story of pain, hope, healing, and redemption.
Winner Best Drama under $250,000 at the 2017 Crown Awards
Bronze Award Winner for Best Picture at the 2017 Crown Awards
Official Selection 2017 Big Cross Film Festival
Finalist for Best Picture at the 2017 Christian Worldview Film Festival
Nominated for Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the International Christian Film Festival
Finalist for the Movie Guide's Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays
Rated 5 out of 5 Doves by The Dove Foundation
Miles Between Us - Soundtrack
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Available now!
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SYNOPSIS - The Current is the story of 13-year-old Jake Larson, who lives in Chicago and loves everything about his life there when his parents decide that city violence is hitting too close to home. Wanting to raise their children in a better environment, Jake’s parents make the life-changing decision to move the family from Chicago to a campground in rural Minnesota. At the campground, a rebellious young Jake meets Peter -- the boy from the farm across the river. The two form a fast friendship that God uses to transform Jake's life in ways that Jake never could have imagined.
Released on DVD and BluRay 10/6/2014
- Ranked #2 on ChristianFilmDatabase.com's Top 40 films of 2014 (out of over 216 Christian films - THE LIST
- 2014 WINNER People's Choice Award Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival
- 2015 Gold Crown Winner for Best Youth Film at the ICVM Crown Awards
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- Excerpts from review by Dove.org
"For anyone who has struggled in life, this movie offers hope!"
"We are pleased to award this remarkable film five Doves, our best rating..." ~ Dove.org
- Read the entire review HERE.
- 2011 Finalist for The Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays
- Rated 5 out of 5 Doves by Dove.org
Our logo: explained.
Someone recently sent us an email asking how we came up with the name iiFilms. Scott came up with the name when he saw toe lowercase i's beside each other... something stood out to him. When you look at the space between the "ii's" (eyes) you will find a cross. Once you see the cross... it is always there... you cannot - not see it. Just like life... He is always there. We also look at as two people standing with Jesus between them. We also see the word Films (our films) being laid at the foot of the cross. "For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them." Matthew 18:20 KJV
One of our favorite quotes:
"The Current is a gem of a film. I watched it at a time when I was at one of my deepest points of despair and had all but given up on God. It spoke deep into my pain in a way few things have. The honesty about how devastating a loss can be captivated me. However, it’s not the pain of loss that moved me but rather the kindness and heartfelt love that both transformed Jake and also healed the great loss. I love how the entire community offered support to all those struggling. Love conquers all. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has lost their faith in God because of tragedy and loss. May it inspire you as it did me."
~ Paul, Australia