Releasing 2016

Divine Access

“DIVINE ACCESS” is equal parts comedy and drama.  Set in the south, it’s a road movie, a buddy picture and an often sweet, thought-provoking story of redemption.  Jack Harriman (Billy Burke) has seen it all.  Keenly aware of Jack’s penchant for discrediting religious zealots, Jack is asked to join a cable access television show produced by his friend Bob McCord (Patrick Warburton).   After humiliating the current host of the show, the Reverend Guy Roy Davis (Gary Cole), Jack’s popularity turns him into a spiritual celebrity and he takes to the road on a multi-city speaking tour accompanied by Nigel a self-proclaimed “catcher” (Joel David Moore).   Along the way Jack and Nigel are joined by Amber (Dora Madison), a down on her luck call-girl, and Marian (Sarah Shahi), an enigmatic beauty who challenges Jack’s beliefs and questions whether he has some deeper calling.  Forces both natural and supernatural lead Jack on a journey to discover his own spiritual truth, culminating in a final showdown with Guy Roy.  Ultimately, DIVINE ACCESS is a story of family, friendship and faith.

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Status: Releasing 2016

Category: Feature Film
Production Company: Traveling Picture Show Company
In Association With: G-Men Media
Distributor: Freestyle Releasing
Genre: Comedy
Country of Origin: USA
Language: English
Location: Austin, TX

Director: Steven Chester Prince
Writer: Michael Zagst, John A O'Connell & Steve Chester Prince

Producers: Kevin Matusow, Carissa Buffel, Billy Burke, Steven Chester Prince, Terry G. Jones
Executive Producers: Clay Glendenning, Jeffrey Way

Casting Director: Michelle Lewitt
Music Supervisor:  David Claassen
Music Composer:  Casey MacPherson
Editor:  Kindra Marra
Production Designer:  Wiley Fowler
Director of Photography:  Julie Kirkwood


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all the happenings for "Divine Access"
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03.Sep.2015 by TPSCadmin
The Hollywood Reporter calls DIVINE ACCESS a “quiet gem”

A great review of DIVINE ACCESS from The Hollywood Reporter. Critic Frank Scheck called it a "sharp and funny satire" as well as "…subtle and insightful humor, Divine Access is a quiet gem.” Rea

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05.Jun.2015 by TPSCadmin
Steven Chester Prince Believes in Divine Access

Since becoming a movie producer in 2008, Steven Chester Prince has had to slow down his acting work. He’d accumulated more than 30 TV and film credits, including recurring roles on Friday Night L

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09.Apr.2015 by TPSCadmin
Early Festival Buzz for Divine Access

DIVINE ACCESS is gearing up for festivals all across the U.S.—starting off with the World Premiere at Sarasota Film Festival this weekend! Come check it out and see what the buzz is all about! Here

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02.Apr.2015 by TPSCadmin
Divine Access hits the Festival Circuit!

We are pleased to announce the World Premiere of DIVINE ACCESS at Sarasota Film Festival, West Coast Premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival, a special screening at Dallas International Film Fest