Media Company Founder, a Promoter of Hit Faith-Based Films, to Keynote at Churches Making Movies

Updated: Sep 23, 2019

Battaglia will share the secret to fulfilling purpose as a faith-based filmmaker and how fans of faith-based movies can join in the journey at the Red carpet Event.

Joe Battaglia

Joe Battaglia, the founder and president of Renaissance Communications, a media company whose mission is to provide media platforms for gifted communicators of Biblical truth, will deliver the keynote address on Friday, October 11th at 7:30 pm during the Churches Making Movies Christian Film Festival, October 11-13 in Basking Ridge, NJ. Current clients of Renaissance include Prison Fellowship, Dr. Steve Brown and the Key Life Radio Network, Affirm Films/Sony Pictures Entertainment, Provident Films, PureFlix Entertainment, actress Shari Rigby, and Jeanne Nigro Ministries.

Renaissance has been involved in the promotion of successful hit movies to the faith-based marketplace, such as The Passion, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, The Polar Express, Facing the Giants, Fireproof, Courageous, Soul Surfer, Son of God, God’s Not Dead, Heaven Is For Real, When the Game Stands Tall, Left Behind, Do You Believe, War Room, Risen, Miracles from Heaven, The Star, and I Can Only Imagine.

Battaglia is the author of A New Suit for Lazarus, published by Thomas Nelson; The Politically Incorrect Jesus: Living Boldly in a Culture of Unbelief; That’s My Dad! and Fathers Say, published by BroadStreet Publishing. Battaglia is also an executive producer of the nationally syndicated radio program Keep the Faith.

Churches Making Movies is a cultural movement of churches harnessing the power of films to impact culture. In its seventh year, the film​ festival celebrates the best church-produced films in the world. In addition to movie screenings, the festival offers CMM Speaks, a seminar series for church-based filmmakers and writers. 

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