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Film director Dallas Jenkins discusses Kevin Sorbo, “What If…”

Producer/Director Dallas Jenkins co-founded Jenkins Entertainment with his father, Jerry B. Jenkins, in February, 2000. The fledgling company completed its first independent film, “Hometown Legend,” with the 25-year-old Dallas at the helm as producer.

The younger Jenkins shortly began directing shorts. His “Cliché” was well-acclaimed by FilmThreat.com, and “Midnight Clear,” starring Stephen Baldwin, won a Crystal Heart Award from the Heartland Film Festival and was the San Diego Film Festival’s opening night selection. In 2006 he co-executive produced “Though None Go with Me,” a movie based on his father’s book, that aired on the Hallmark Channel.

Dallas’s full-length feature directing debut came with “Midnight Clear,” a film based on his eponymous short. Its accolades included the Cinequest Film Festival’s award for “Best First Feature” and the Kansas International Film Festival’s “Audience Choice” award. It is currently available on DVD from Lionsgate.

Dallas distinguished himself as a noteworthy director with his second feature, “What If…,” starring Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson, John Ratzenberger, and Debby Ryan to be released next year. He signed to direct the feature film, “Riven,” in 2010.

Dallas kindly answered a few questions for us regarding Kevin and “What If…,” including how we can help spread the word about the film.  More… https://sorbowriter.wordpress.com/interview-with-dallas-jenkins/

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