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About Heavenquest: A Pilgrim's Progress

A regal man named Vangel is thrust on a journey against his will when he is suddenly and mysteriously arrested.  Injured and lost after escaping the dark king’s men, Vangel begins to have strange dreams and visions of a mysterious woman in white calling him from the unknown territory of the North.  Armed with a book called “The Record of the Ancients” that he receives from a wise sage named Elder, Vangel embarks on an adventure that takes him through treacherous mountain range, unending deserts, the Lake of Doubts, and the Forest of No Return.  Along the way, travel companions share about a fabled good king and his son in the North if he can make it there alive.

 
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The Director

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Matt Bilen
(Director)

Hailing from Chicago, IL., Matt is a breakout star in the making at the forefront of a new generation of faith-inspired film directors who are expanding the genre to new heights. Edgy, gritty and intensely visual in his unique style, and gifted in crafting lush new Fantasy and Sci-Fi worlds, Matt cites Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu, Ridley Scott, Christopher Nolan and Denis Villeneuve as his creative influences, with The Revenant and Blade Runner as two of the films that shaped him most as a filmmaker.

Matt has directed several award-winning festival films, including supernatural thriller The Key (2017 LA Independent Film Fest — Best Action Thriller Short) and and dystopian sci-fi project The Return (2016 End of Days Film Fest — Finalist, Best Director). An accomplished Director of Photography as well, Matt was cinematographer on the popular and well-known faith documentaries Holy Ghost (2014), Father of Lights (2012), and Furious Love (2010) directed by Darren Wilson

 

Stream the full movie online months before it's released on October 25th and 26th

Tickets are $5 each