Columbia, SC – Walking on Water (WOW) Productions has had one eventful year! During the planning stages of their Summer hit “Confessions of a Good Man” the company received news that they were accepted to the Kingdomwood Film Festival being hosted in Atlanta, GA. Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival (KCFF) is a faith-based film festival that was started in 2008. Each October it provides a forum for independent filmmakers to screen films that promote and inspire Christian teaching and values.
This year the film festival integrated a stage play category and WOW’s play “Yesterday is Still Gone” was accepted. “Yesterday is Still Gone” is a story about 3 friends trying to hide sorted pasts behind beautiful smiles, but are confronted with their past, as secrets are exposed, family ties are weakened and relationships are put to the ultimate test… The fiends’ worlds are suddenly turned upside down as they fight to keep their secrets in the past while trying to convince everyone, including themselves that “Yesterday is Still Gone.”
The play was recorded for DVD in 2012 and received a distribution deal, which will land it in Walmart, Target and other big box stores in February 2014. After a wonderful screening of the play, the masterminds of WOW, Tangie Beaty and Donna Johnson won the Best Director Award for the play.
WOW has had many successes this year, but they’re not done yet! Friday, November 8th – Saturday, November 9th WOW is bringing their sell out show “Confessions of a Good Man”, back by popular demand!
The show will star National Gospel Recording artist Blanche McAllister-Dykes, member of the Grammy nominated group Donald Lawrence & Company. Audiences will get the treat of not only hearing this soulful powerhouse sing, but of experiencing her acting prowess as well.