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Testing Tugg with the Joffrey Movie

Friday, May 18th, 2012

As many of you know, we have been talking with Tugg Inc about getting our past films, Find Me, A Christmas Snow, and The Lamp into their system so that you can demand it at a local theater in your area and have a great event watching inspirational stories on the big screen. We are also hopefully going to be releasing our next film, Letting Go through Tugg as well.

Because of this, I wanted to test out the system first hand before we asked you (our awesome fans, friends, and family) to use it. So this June 19th at 7:30pm I am going to be hosting an event through Tugg to show Joffrey – Mavericks of Dance a documentary about the Joffrey Ballet. I’m still getting all the details set for this event, but I wanted to give those of you in the area a heads up to save the date to help us test out how Tugg works so that we can be all the more prepared for when we put our Trost Moving Pictures films into the system for you.

As soon as I have the event page and all the info where you can share and buy tickets to this event I’ll let you know. Thanks so much for all of your support and your desire to see Trost Moving Pictures films in your favorite theater. This event is the first step for us in that process.

Joe Jestus Producer of Marketing and Distribution at Trost Moving Pictures

Joe Jestus – PMD at Trost Moving Pictures

Crisis Pregnancy Outreach Movie Inspired by True Story

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Crisis Pregnancy Outreach Project and Faith Like a Child Movie ProjectAward-Winning Director Tracy J Trost Inspired By True Story Partners With Crisis Pregnancy Outreach For Groundbreaking Film

Tulsa, OK ~ A unique partnership between Trost Moving Pictures and Crisis Pregnancy Outreach (CPO) of Tulsa has been established in an effort to raise awareness, donations, and increase their presence within the community. After meeting with CPO Director Cheryl Bauman, Trost Moving Pictures’ Founder and President Tracy J Trost will take a very public stance to rally for the nonprofit organization by writing and directing a movie based on the real life CPO story of Maryann Lamer.

Trost has written Faith Like A Child, a powerful story of how two women find courage in crisis and come together in a very dramatic way through the prayers of a little girl. Trost believes when a well-written script is brought to life in the best cinematic way, the film not only inspires but can teach viewers valuable life lessons. Faith Like A Child has a very strong pro-life message, but will arouse interest in people to weigh options through moral and ethical choices for those who have faced an unwanted pregnancy.

The project is currently raising funds for the film through a mixture of foundations, corporate sponsorship, and individual support with plans to be fully funded by the end of the year and shooting slated for Spring 2013 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Businesses or individuals interested in getting involved can visit www.CPOProject.com for more information and to donate.

Faith Like A Child solidifies Trost’s spot at the forefront of filmmaking by using a film to raise awareness and funds for Crisis Pregnancy Outreach. Every time someone sees the film they will learn about CPO and their life-changing mission and just as important every time the film is purchased or licensed CPO will be earning much needed funds to continue their work.

Faith Like A Child is more than just another film project to all of us at Trost Moving Pictures. It’s an extension of our belief that great stories are still the best way to make an impact on the world and anyone that gets involved in this project will be making a difference in the life of babies, birth mothers, and adoptive families forever,” says Trost.

About Trost Moving Pictures: TMP Studios is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, OK. They have three award winning films including, Find Me, A Christmas Snow, which stars Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter), Muse Watson (Prison Break, NCIS), Anthony Tyler Quinn (No Greater Love, Boy Meets Girl), and Cameron ten Napel (Cool Dog, The Lamp), and The Lamp, which stars Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Meredith Salenger (Lake Placid), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of Our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow), Muse Watson (NCIS), and Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and A Gentleman).

They are actively pursuing exciting projects in the entertainment industry, including their current stage adaption A Christmas Snow LIVE! in Branson, Missouri at the Starlite Theatre and their fourth feature film, Letting Go, the first film in their Raw Talent Project series of films.

For more information on director Tracy J Trost, Trost Moving Pictures/TMP Studios and projects visit:

www.TrostMovingPictures.com

www.AChristmasSnow.com

www.TheLampMovie.com

About Crisis Pregnancy Outreach: The primary mission of Crisis Pregnancy Outreach, which started as an outreach ministry of Christian Chapel Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma is to provide love

and assistance, free of charge, to young women who are experiencing a crisis pregnancy, and to their children as well.

Crisis Pregnancy Outreach’s comprehensive list of services developed as new seeds arose amidst the young women it ministered to. When a girl needed a place to live during her pregnancy, “host homes” began as the members of Christian Chapel opened their homes to provide a loving, family environment. When a girl needed items for setting up an apartment, the warehouse was formed.

Initially, adoption referrals were made when young women chose to place their children for adoption. It soon became evident that Crisis Pregnancy Outreach should become a Licensed Adoption Agency in order to facilitate open adoptions.

Crisis Pregnancy Outreach accomplishes everything with a team of dedicated volunteers. No one has ever received a salary.

www.CrisisPregnancyOutreach.org

Media Contact: Rhonda Boudreaux
Publicist for Tracy J Trost and Trost Moving Pictures Office – (913)-780-4035
Mobile- (510)- 367-5990 RhondaB@TrostMovingPictures.com

Bring a TMP Movie to Your Local Theater

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Tugg Inc LogoThere is still nothing like sitting in a dark room with a great story unfolding in front of you on a giant screen with incredible sound. No, not your living room after the kids are in bed. The Cinema, the theater, the Big Screen! As those of you who have followed us at Trost Moving Pictures for a while know, we have chosen not to release our films on the big screen for various reasons, one of them being financial. Many times films find themselves or their investors in a financial hole after trying to make it on the silver screen and we would just rather not do that to ourselves or an investor. But, thankfully with advances in technology and the ability for film studios like ourselves to interact with audiences (that’s you) this is changing.

This week I (Joe Jestus – PMD at TMP) had the privilege to speak with Tugg Inc about their new platform and service that I personally feel is going to be a game changer for independent filmmakers (with good content) and the audiences that love them. I also feel it’s going to be a great service to theaters as well for the reason I am about to tell you.

Tugg works with content providers, theaters, and promoters (this could be you). They take films from content providers and find screens from theater owners, and give promoters the opportunity to bring their favorite film to their favorite screen. So for example you could go on Tugg at some point in the future and find The Lamp or A Christmas Snow because you love them so much and say, “I want to bring A Christmas Snow to a theater in my town this Christmas and invite everyone I know.” So you go on and become a promoter for A Christmas Snow and you pick a theater in your town on a set day and time. Tugg will tell you what amount of tickets at the price you pick you need to sell before the event can happen. If you hit this amount of tickets, usually around 50 at $10 a piece the event is on and everyone’s credit cards are charged on the day of the event and they all get emailed tickets to bring to the event. If you don’t hit the minimum, no event and no one pays. It’s sort of like Kickstarter that way.

So why is it so great for content providers like us and theaters? Because of this minimum, we are both guaranteed a minimum payment from the event. Many times for content providers they are actually losing money when a movie shows and the same for theaters if no one shows up. This changes that. So why is it so great for the audience? Because, you get to see the films you want to see, on the screen you want to see them, when you want to see them. It’s almost as if the local big screen becomes your own personal theater. How cool is that? I think it’s really cool. No more avoiding the theater because the inspirational family friendly movies you want to see aren’t there.

So as you can tell, award-winning director Tracy J Trost and all of us at Trost Moving Pictures are excited about Tugg and the opportunity it provides us. What we need to know now is, who is interested in bringing The Lamp or A Christmas Snow to their local theater? If that’s you, please leave a comment below and let us know what city and state you want to bring it to. If we get enough interest, we’ll move forward on this.

Oh, I almost forgot, to tell you about another benefit for those who become promoters. You can earn 5% of the sales for being a promoter. That’s what I call the icing on the cake.

No matter what we decide to do with A Christmas Snow and The Lamp, we are looking forward to working with Tugg on our next film, Letting Go. So get ready for more information on how you will be able to be a part of that theatrical launch for Letting Go because it’s going to be exciting!

So remember, if you want to bring A Christmas Snow or The Lamp to a theater in your town for your friends and family, business clients, church, or organization, leave a comment below with the city and state you want to bring it to.

With a Great Excitement for the Future,

Joe Jestus Producer of Marketing and Distribution at Trost Moving Pictures

Joe Jestus – PMD at Trost Moving Pictures

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About Trost Moving Pictures: TMP Studios is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They have three award winning films including, Find Me, A Christmas Snow, which stars Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter), Muse Watson (Prison Break, NCIS), Anthony Tyler Quinn (No Greater Love, Boy Meets Girl), and Cameron ten Napel (Cool Dog, The Lamp), and The Lamp, which stars Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Meredith Salenger (Lake Placid), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of Our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow), Muse Watson (NCIS), and Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and A Gentleman).

They are actively pursuing exciting projects in the entertainment industry, including their current stage adaption A Christmas Snow LIVE! in Branson, Missouri at the Starlite Theatre and their fourth feature film, Letting Go, the first film in their Raw Talent Project series of films.

Director Tracy J Trost Featured in KJRH Story

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Tracy J Trost on KJRH speaking about filmmaking in TulsaTrost Moving Pictures founder and award-winning director of the company’s three feature films, Tracy J Trost was featured in a KJRH story on the newly created Tulsa Mayor’s Film and Music Advisory Board. The video featuring Trost and Trost Moving Pictures’ latest film “The Lamp” is embedded below.

Trost took time before the meeting to talk with KJRH about the importance of supporting the film and music industry in Tulsa and why filmmaking in Oklahoma and Tulsa specifically is important.

You can read the story on the KJRH website here: Tracy J Trost Discusses New Advisory Board.

You can read the official Trost Moving Pictures Press Release here: Director Tracy J Trost selected for Tulsa Mayor’s Film and Music Advisory Board

Tracy J Trost on Tulsa Film and Music Advisory Board

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Director Tracy J Trost and Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett

(Tulsa Mayor, Dewey Bartlett and Director Tracy J Trost at the first meeting of the newly formed Tulsa Mayor’s Film and Music Advisory Board)

Trost Moving Pictures President & Founder Tracy J Trost Selected To Represent Film Industry On Tulsa Mayor’s Film and Music Advisory Board

Tulsa, OK ~ Seeing the growth that Trost Moving Pictures has experienced over the last 4 years, and sensing the need for an advisory board, director Tracy J Trost is a logical addition to Tulsa’s first ever Mayor’s Film and Music Advisory Board. Trost’s visionary leadership, strategic insight, and passion for making movies has led to a nationally-recognized and award-winning reputation as an independent filmmaker. Trost remains committed to his mission to make movies in Tulsa and promote independent storytelling to inspire audiences around the world.

Tulsa’s Film and Music Advisory Board is a team of highly qualified industry leaders comprised of government officials, writers, directors and musicians that include bestselling author and President of the Narrative TV Network, Jim Stovall, Production Manager for Steelehouse Productions Jim Wacker, and Tulsa Councilman Blake Ewing.

“I am honored to be a part of Mayor Bartlett’s advisory board” states Trost. “Tulsa has a huge amount of talent and potential. The members of the board are all experts in their fields and I truly believe that they all have a love for Tulsa. The key to the success of any endeavor is to put out great content. That is now happening here and I believe in a short time the rest of the world will love Tulsa as we do.”

Trost and his Tulsa based independent film studio, Trost Moving Pictures have shot three feature films in Tulsa already and are working on shooting their fourth film there this summer, Letting Go.

About Tracy J Trost: In the last four years, Tracy J Trost has created three award winning films (Find Me, A Christmas Snow, The Lamp), written two books (Restored: 11 Gifts for a Complete Life & Just Believe: 10 Principles of the Message), adapted one film into a live stage play (A Christmas Snow Live!), and launched an audience favorite podcast with Podcast Answerman Cliff Ravenscraft. (The Successful Life Mindset). Trost has also written articles for MovieMaker Magazine.

Trost’s passion is to make films with the intent to challenge the audience through good story lines and inspirational messages. His goal is to continue to bring these messages to wider audiences promoting positive change.

About Trost Moving Pictures: TMP Studios is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, OK. They have three award winning films including, Find Me, A Christmas Snow, which stars Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter), Muse Watson (Prison Break, NCIS), Anthony Tyler Quinn (No Greater Love, Boy Meets Girl), and Cameron ten Napel (Cool Dog, The Lamp), and The Lamp, which stars Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Meredith Salenger (Lake Placid), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of Our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow), Muse Watson (NCIS), and Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and A Gentleman).

They are actively pursuing exciting projects in the entertainment industry, including their current stage adaption A Christmas Snow LIVE! in Branson, Missouri at the Starlite Theatre and their fourth feature film, Letting Go, the first film in their Raw Talent Project series of films.

For more information visit:
www.TrostMovingPictures.com
www.AChristmasSnow.com
www.TheLampMovie.com

Media Contact: Rhonda Boudreaux
Publicist for Tracy J Trost and Trost Moving Pictures

O – (913)-780-4035 • Mobile- (510)- 367-5990 • Email

3,000 “Likes” for “The Lamp”

Friday, April 6th, 2012

As many of our hard core TMP Studio fans know, we are dedicated to making inspiring movies and our latest inspirational movie The Lamp is starting to get noticed by audiences around the world. In fact we just shipped the books and DVD to a customer in France! We are so excited to hear and see how this film is helping people to get motivated to look for the positive things in their life that they already have, but may not be noticing.

One positive thing for us at The Lamp and Trost Moving Pictures right now is that we just went over 3,000 “likes” on our Facebook page and to we are noticing. In fact, to celebrate we are giving everyone who uses code FB3000 at our online store a 30% discount on the inspirational songs Just Believe and Heartbeat from the movie. These songs are powerful reminders of the message of the movie and we hope you and your family will enjoy listening to them.

The songs are written by singer/songwriter Kelly Morrison who wrote the signature song for the film The Ultimate Gift and also wrote and sang on the soundtrack for A Christmas Snow. Kelly is a talented musician and we just know you are going to love this inspirational music. So get them now with code FB3000 for only  $0.69 each.

All you have to do is click the Shop Now! link at the top of our site and then scroll through until you see them or you can go to them directly by clicking right here: Just Believe and Heartbeat and make sure to use code FB3000 to save 30%.

Thanks again so much for all of your support and for helping us spread the word about The Lamp and the other inspiring movies we have here at Trost Moving Pictures.

With much gratitude,

Joe Jestus

Trost Moving Pictures Proud to Work with WinkIt

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Trost Moving Pictures To Give Audiences Another Way To Interact and Connect With Their Films Partners With WinkIt the Future of Independent Movie Sourcing and Online Shopping

Tulsa, OK ~ Following the growing trend of independent filmmakers finding new ways to connect with their audiences, award-winning director Tracy J Trost and company have partnered with WinkIt, a cutting edge startup designed to source product for their films, then make it available to the public to buy. If you’ve ever seen something in one of Trost’s films that you wish you had, now you can. Each Trost Moving Pictures’ movie has identified items listed on WinkIt – the famous watch that Sam (Muse Watson) shares or the handbag that Kathleen (Catherine Mary Stewart) uses in the award-winning inspirational film A Christmas Snow can now be yours. Trost Moving Pictures is the first Independent studio to partner with WinkIt.

Juli Baecker, CEO and Founder of WinkIt explains, “We’ve all done it. You’re sitting there watching a movie and you see an outfit, piece of jewelry, or something else that you would love to own. So you look on line, but can never find exactly the right one. Well, now with WinkIt you can.”

WinkItNow.com is easy to use. Click on your favorite Trost film, shop by scene, search by item, pick your must have items then buy. It’s that simple. The first two films available to purchase items from are Trost Moving Pictures’ award-winning A Christmas Snow and The Lamp.

Award-winning writer and director Tracy J Trost had this to say about the partnership with WinkIt, “My first goal as a filmmaker is to create stories that impact people’s lives in a positive way. But as an independent filmmaker, creating new and unique ways for audiences to interact with my films and finding ways to keep our costs low while creating additional revenue streams is key for me to be able to continue succeeding at my first goal. WinkIt helps us accomplish all of these objectives.”

In addition to the two films currently on WinkItNow.com, Trost Moving Pictures and WinkIt are working on sourcing items for Trost Moving Pictures’ next two films that are set to go into production this year and the two companies couldn’t be happier to be at the forefront of what will soon be an industry standard for filmmakers and audiences alike.

About WinkIt: Watch it, Want it, WinkIt! The tagline says it all – it is that easy. Partnering with the entertainment industry and brands, WinkIt embraces the power of technology to connect consumers to brands and entertainment with an easy to use, one-stop online shopping experience. WinkIt connects people to products they see (anywhere) and want (right now). Love to watch movies and TV? Love to shop? Love fashion and apparel? (so do we!). Imagine, watching a film or TV series and seeing the cute dress, the restaurant location, the handbag, the mantel clock…ANYTHING. With WinkIt, now you can shop by scene, and buy what you just saw. WinkIt is the next generation of shopping and brand awareness…Watch it, Want it, WinkIt. Tell us what you love from movies and television - www.winkitnow.com – if it is not on our site, we’ll find it for you!

About Trost Moving Pictures: TMP Studios is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, OK. They have three award winning films including, Find Me, A Christmas Snow, which stars Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter), Muse Watson (Prison Break, NCIS), Anthony Tyler Quinn (No Greater Love, Boy Meets Girl), and Cameron ten Napel (Cool Dog, The Lamp), and The Lamp, which stars Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Meredith Salenger (Lake Placid), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of Our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow), Muse Watson (NCIS), and Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and A Gentleman).

They are actively pursuing exciting projects in the entertainment industry, including their current stage adaption A Christmas Snow LIVE! in Branson, Missouri at the Starlite Theatre and their fourth feature film.

For more information on director Tracy J Trost, Trost Moving Pictures/TMP Studios and projects visit:

www.TrostMovingPictures.com
www.AChristmasSnow.com
www.TheLampMovie.com

Media Contact: Rhonda Boudreaux Publicist for Tracy J Trost and Trost Moving Pictures
Office – (913)-780-4035 • Mobile- (510)- 367-5990 or Email

One Nation, One Day

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Award Winning Director Tracy J Trost Lands Humanitarian Honor To Direct Worldwide Television Broadcast One Nation, One Day in Honduras Global Event Festival of Faith and Values on July 20, 2013

Tulsa, OK ~ Director Tracy J Trost and Trost Moving Pictures, the studio that brought you the award-winning family films Find Me, A Christmas Snow and The Lamp, is teaming up with Dominic Russo Ministries for what is shaping up to be the most ambitious outreach campaign in the world. Trost recently traveled to Honduras and was received by Honduras’ President’s Advisory and the Honduran Special Task Force to begin discussions about organizing this groundbreaking event.

A veteran in domestic and international event production, Trost will oversee the production and eighteen crews in eighteen different states of Honduras. The Festival of Faith and Values event will broadcast LIVE worldwide and enable millions across the Globe to come together through the power of television. July 20, 2013 has been declared a national holiday in Honduras to allow the people of this beautiful country to take part in this incredible event.

“An event of this magnitude is unprecedented and I am honored to be working with Dominic Russo, a visionary in the field. It is also an honor to be able to show the world the beautiful land and people of Honduras in such a positive light” states Trost.

In addition to overseeing the eighteen different production crews, Trost’s team will work to connect each of the eighteen events via large screen, in effect connecting the entire country of Honduras to each other at one time and then connecting them to the world.

Those watching the event around the world, will be able to see firsthand the of power of a united people behind a cause much bigger than any individual person. One Nation, One Day will inspire viewers with a message of hope and forgiveness that the world so desperately needs.

About Trost Moving Pictures:

TMP Studios is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, OK. They have three award winning films including, Find Me, A Christmas Snow, which stars Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter), Muse Watson (Prison Break, NCIS), Anthony Tyler Quinn (No Greater Love, Boy Meets Girl), and Cameron ten Napel (Cool Dog, The Lamp), and The Lamp, which stars Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Meredith Salenger (Lake Placid), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of Our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow), Muse Watson (NCIS), and Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and A Gentleman).

They are actively pursuing exciting projects in the entertainment industry, including their current stage adaption A Christmas Snow LIVE! in Branson, Missouri at the Starlite Theatre and their fourth feature film, Then and Now, based on the novel by bestselling author Jim Stovall.

For more information on director Tracy J Trost, Trost Moving Pictures/TMP Studios and projects visit:

www.TrostMovingPictures.com

www.AChristmasSnow.com

www.TheLampMovie.com

Media Contact:

Rhonda Boudreaux - Publicist for Tracy J Trost and Trost Moving Pictures

O – (913)-780-4035 • Mobile- (510)- 367-5990 • RhondaB@TrostMovingPictures.com

Nine Projects for 2012

Friday, March 9th, 2012
Just Believe

With 9 Projects, We Definitely Believe!

Nine projects including family movies, inspirational books, live events that will change your life, a powerful play on forgiveness, and more is what we have in store for our Trost Moving Pictures family and friends this year. Are you ready?

At Trost Moving Pictures we believe in pushing ourselves and facing our fears, after all we were founded by director Tracy J Trost on a dare to follow his dreams. (You can read that story here.) So this week when I posted that we were working on 6 projects over on our Facebook page, that seemed crazy.

Then I had to update it because I had forgotten one and it looked like we had 7 projects on the stove here and that seemed even crazier. So I guess now that I remembered two more we must be certifiably insane with 9 projects here in the works. As all our fans suggested, we’re doing our best to remember to relax.

So what are all of these projects we are working on? Well, we can’t tell you about all of them, but we can tell you about most of them.

Books

Let’s start with the book director Tracy J Trost is working on. As he mentioned in The Successful Life Mindset Episode 26 he’s had an idea for a 30 day guide to changing your life that focuses on the steps he used to accomplish his dream of becoming a director. He’s currently writing the book now and hopefully we’ll have more info soon. Be sure to follow Tracy on Facebook and Twitter to get updates from him on this and other projects throughout the week.That’s one!

Live Events

Next, let’s look at our live events. In just about a month the Trost Moving Pictures crew is heading to New York City to work with the Center for Creative Media and it’s leader Doug Rittenhouse to broadcast an Acquire the Fire event on God.tv to over 200 countries around the world. The great thing about this event is we bring a crew of industry professionals and they work alongside young kids learning the trade from the Center for Creative Media who are getting hands on training in television broadcast. It’s definitely an adventure.

The next live event we are working on is the One Nation One Day event with Dominic Russo ministries for July 2013. Tracy talked about this event a little bit in the Director’s Diary 2012 Episode 9 and you can learn more about it at www.OneNationOneDay.com. It’s a monumental event and is going to definitely push us all past our comfort zones, but it could has a huge potential to impact people’s lives positively and as you know, that’s what we are all about here at Trost Moving Pictures.

The final live event we are working on is still in the development stage but we are going to Branson next week to meet with some more people about moving it forward and hopefully we’ll be able to share more with you soon. That’s 2 – 4!

Family Movies

Now lets move on to our inspirational family friendly movie projects. As most of you know we are working on a project called Then & Now, which is a romantic comedy based on a book that is yet to be published by bestselling author Jim Stovall. This is a pretty big project and we are moving forward with hopes to get it into production this year or next year. Tracy talks about in the Director’s Diary 2012 Episode 2.

Our next film project, Tracy mentioned in the Director’s Diary 2012 Episode 8 when he talked about his meeting with New York Times bestselling author Andy Andrews. This project is based on Andy’s book The Lost Choice and we are just in the early stages on this one which is sure to be one of the biggest projects Trost Moving Pictures has taken on yet. If you haven’t read Andy’s book The Lost Choice yet, you should get it today so you can see what we’re looking at. It’s on Amazon here The Lost Choice.

The next two family movie projects we are working on are still in the development stage and we can’t share too much about them, but one of them could go into production this year still. That one has to do with adoption again and I am personally really excited about the project and the good that it can be used for. The other project will take some time to develop and Tracy is very excited about this one as well. I can tell you that both of these stories are based on real life events. So that’s 5-8!

The Stage

The final project that we are working on is of course A Christmas Snow Live! which is coming back to the Starlite Theatre for a second season starting November 1st. If you haven’t checked out A Christmas Snow Live! on Facebook you can here ACS Live! on Facebook. Once there you can see the calendar for 2012 and get tickets. This inspirational story has touched so many lives, we can’t wait to hear the great stories that come from this powerful message of forgiveness once again.

Also, we are working on a way for you to officially be a supporter of A Christmas Snow Live! so that you can have a hand in making that impact on people’s lives too! That’s 9!

Wow, nine projects, and that doesn’t include any other projects that spring up in relation to these projects like companion books and things like that. It also doesn’t include The Successful Life Mindset podcast either, that Tracy does on a weekly basis. If you aren’t listening to this podcast, you are really missing out on some amazing discussions with Cliff and Tracy about how to attain true success in life and get inspired. As you can see, we have a lot going on and your prayers and support is greatly appreciated by us all at Trost Moving Pictures.

With hope that you live your life to its greatest potential,

Joe Jestus – PMD at Trost Moving Pictures

The Successful Life Mindset Podcast Summaries

Friday, March 9th, 2012

With almost a thousand people subscribed to the weekly podcast, The Successful Life Mindset is inspiring people to live their lives to its greatest potential each week. But we know not everyone wants to spend thirty minutes listening to Cliff and Tracy each week, no matter how much fun it might be, you just like reading better. We have you covered!

We’re working on getting all the podcasts typed up in summary form and posted here on our website for you to read each week when it’s ready. By the end of today, the first three episodes will be up and we’re hoping to keep releasing an episode a day in this form for you to read until we are caught up to the new shows.

So if you’re the type of person that would rather read than listen, head on over to www.TrostMovingPictures.com/category/podcast/ and check out summaries that we’ve written just for you.

I also want to give a personal thank you to Pat M. an incredible Trost Moving Pictures supporter who has made this possible!

With hope that you will live your life to its greatest potential,

Joe Jestus – PMD at Trost Moving Pictures