Alcon Entertainment announced on Tuesday that it has acquired the documentary “Hillsong – Let Hope Rise” as a negative pickup for worldwide release by Warner Bros.
Documentary by director Michael John Warren chronicles the rise of the 11-member Australia-based Christian cult group Hillsong United from a youth group at Hillsong Church to a global sensation that has sold over 16 million dollars. ‘albums.
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âLet Hope Riseâ is produced by Matt Weaver of MediaWeaver Entertainment and Jonathan Bock of Grace Hill Media.
B. Wayne Hughes Jr. and Greg Campbell are executive producers through financier Cantinas Entertainment.
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Warner Bros. the film will be released on April 3 of next year.
âIn terms of reach, Hillsong United is one of the biggest groups, Christian or not. But at the core, they’re just a bunch of unpretentious individuals making an impact on the world with their music, âAlcon directors Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson said in a statement. “We are thrilled to be a part of their extraordinary story on the big screen.”
Here’s a taste of the band’s music: