Originally published in Hallels.com
Bethel Music in association with Fathom Events is screening its first-ever feature film, Bright Ones at select US theatres and churches on April 22.
Following the lives of three students, each embarking on a journey to find their identity while attending a performing arts high school, the film embraces themes of friendship, family and the courage to find your own voice — and includes music from Bethel Music’s award-winning Bright Ones kids worship album which was released a year ago.
“We truly feel like this film is the fruit of our community’s culture — to see the next generation rising up and leading while being confident in their gifts and identities in Christ is a powerful thing,” said CEO of Bethel Music, Joel Taylor. ”
As with all things we do, we pray that Bright Ones would not only be a reminder of truth, but also be a resource for other churches to foster their own community of ‘bright ones.'”
Breaking the mould of kid’s worship, the Dove Award-winning Bright Ones album offers a diverse pop-influenced soundscape with a mixture of re-invented covers and original songs written by members of Bethel Music, performed by the youth of Bright Ones ages 12 to 16.
View the Bright Ones movie trailer