ABOUT BELIEVE ENTERTAINMENT

(Writers/Producers/Directors) Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman have been in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. They have worked with Warner Brothers, Paramount, Sony- Columbia and 20th Century Fox. . . producers Joel Silver, John Davis, Stan Lee (Marvel) and Crusader Entertainment. . . and talent Bruce Willis, and Sylvester Stallone. They have sold original-concept TV pilots to CBS, ABC and Fox; New Line Television, Touchstone and Peace Arch and cable projects to TNT and HBO. Responding to a call from the Lord, they left the secular entertainment field in 2008. 

Since then, their film projects have included: 

• What If? 

• The Book of Daniel 

• Do You Believe? 

• God’s Not Dead 

• God’s Not Dead 2 

• Unplanned

 
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BY THE NUMBERS

SOLOMON & KONZELMAN FAITH-DRIVEN RELEASES + FINANCIAL RATIOS: 

To date, Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman’s faith-and-values driven films have generated gross receipts in excess of $220 million for net production costs of slightly less than $15 million. 

Direct to DVD*: 

What If? 

Book of Daniel 

Theatrical Releases:             Screen count: 

God’s Not Dead                1,860  

Do You Believe?                1,356 

God’s Not Dead 2             2,419 

Unplanned                         1,516

Ratio of Overall Gross Revenue vs. Production Budget Dollars 

Highest performance: 120:1 (God’s Not Dead) 

Weighted dollar average: 17:1 

Lowest performance 5:1 

*It should be noted that both of the direct to DVD releases were intended as such and were not feature films that failed to attract distribution. 

"THE CULTURE WAS STOLEN THROUGH ENTERTAINMENT, IT CAN BE RECLAIMED THE SAME WAY"

AWARDS WON BY SOLOMON & KONZELMAN FILMS*

Unplanned (2019)

A+ Cinema Score

KLOVE Film Impact Award

Life Fest Film Festival: Capra Award (grand prize)

Movieguide Faith & Values Award

Canadian International Faith + Family Film Festival: Best Picture; Best Lead Actress

and Faith Achievement Award)

168 Film Festival: Faith, Hope & Love Award

God’s Not Dead 2 (2017) 

Grace Award (most inspiring performance in features: Melissa Joan Hart)

Movieguide’s Best Picture for Mature Audiences

Movieguide Faith & Values Award

Do You Believe? (2016)  

Movieguide Grace Award (most inspiring performance: Ted McGinley)

Movieguide Faith & Values Award

God’s Not Dead (2015) 

Movieguide Epiphany Award for Features: $100,000 Grand Prize

Movieguide Faith & Values Award

KLOVE Fan Award: Best Motion Picture

GMA Dove Award: Inspirational Film of the Year

Arcangel Film Festival: Proclaim Award (Grand Prize)

What If?... (2011) 

Movieguide Grace Award (most inspiring performance in features: Kevin Sorbo)

Movieguide Faith & Values Award

* wins only; list excludes a number of additional nominations

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According to film industry analysis site, ‘The Numbers’, God’s Not Dead ranks as one of the most profitable films in history, in terms of return per dollar invested, beating out the 1978 production of Grease, starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. 

 UNPLANNED

RED CARPET PREMIERE

MANN'S CHINESE THEATER 

HOLLYWOOD, CA 

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LESS THAN 100 FILMS HAVE EVER RECEIVED AN A+ SCORE 

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CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY

Watch Unplanned Director/Writer Chuck Konzelman

w/ Cary Solomon testify at a Congressional Committee:

"Technological Censorship and the Public Discourse"

with Chairman Ted Cruz

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