Alex & Stephen Kendrick: August 28, 2019

Alex & Stephen Kendrick

FILM – OVERCOMER

Stephen Kendrick

(Producer)

Alex Kendrick

(Co-Writer/Director, plays Coach John Harrison)

 

ASSETS:

Film PRESS ROOM (Production Notes, Key Art, Stills, etc.): https://themoviescreener.com/overcomer/pressroom/ 

 

ONLINE

Website: http://www.overcomermovie.com/ 

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @OvercomerMovie

Hashtag: #OvercomerMovie

 

THE KENDRICK BROTHERS SOCIAL MEDIA

kendrickbrothers.com

Facebook @kendrickbrothers

Twitter @KendrickBros

 

STEPHEN KENDRICK’S BIO

After serving in church ministry for 20 years, Stephen now writes, speaks and produces Christian films with his brothers, Alex and Shannon. Stephen produced the movies OVERCOMER, WAR ROOM, COURAGEOUS, FIREPROOF, FACING

THE GIANTS and FLYWHEEL and co-wrote the New York Times bestselling books: The Love Dare, The Resolution for Men, and The Battle Plan for Prayer. He has been interviewed by “Fox & Friends,” CNN, ABC World News Tonight, and serves on the boards of the Fatherhood CoMission and the Christian Film foundation. He and his wife, Jill, live in Albany, Ga. with their six children and are active members at Sherwood Church.

 

ALEX KENDRICK’S BIO
Alex Kendrick has dedicated his life to following Jesus Christ and making His truth and love known among the nations. After serving in church ministry for 20 years, he now writes, speaks and produces Christian films with his brothers, Stephen and Shannon. Alex directed the movies OVERCOMER, WAR ROOM, COURAGEOUS, FIREPROOF, FACING THE GIANTS and FLYWHEEL, and cowrote the New York Times bestselling books: The Love Dare, The Resolution for Men, and The Battle Plan for Prayer. He has been interviewed by “Fox & Friends,” CNN, ABC World News Tonight, and serves on the boards of the Fatherhood CoMission and the Christian Film foundation. He and his wife, Christina, live in Albany, Ga. with their six children and are active members at Sherwood Church.

 

OVERCOMER CHARACTER PROFILE — COACH JOHN HARRISON 

Coach John Harrison is a winning basketball coach in a small town whose identity is rocked when the town faces a sudden financial crisis. John is a husband and father; however, his coaching career is his main priority and when that becomes threatened, he begins grappling with his own identity. Coach Harrison is forced to take on new roles at the high school taking him out of his comfort zone, including being assigned as the new cross-country coach. Though John

is frustrated about his new role, he develops a bond with his only runner, a girl named Hannah (Wright-Thompson).

 

“John Harrison probably is representative of any middle America guy in a small town-he has a family and a job and may find too much of himself in his work and not enough in the Creator that made him. John would call himself a good

person. He wants to be a good dad, husband and a very successful worker. But he has his identity out of order,” said Alex Kendrick. 

 

“As a Christian, he would say that the Lord is important to him, but if you were to watch his life you would see that his coaching opportunities, his championship run, is what he identifies with the most. Over the course of this film we see how that has to be reordered.”

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