Journeys in Print - Film Making is a movie making enterprise for full feature films which are faith and family friendly
Journeys in Print is privately owned and operated as a small woman owned business
Carol Sauceda, Owner, CEO
P O BOX 200298, Evans, CO 80620
A Historical Romance set in the early 1830's when America was colonizing the continent and ever expanding west.
So, why does Journeys in Print - Film Making exist? The company is owned and operated by an independent business woman who desires to produce the highest quality full feature faith and family friendly films. Her movies appeal in particular to people who desire to watch movies that are not rated "R", but rated PG or PG-13. These movies are entertaining, inspirational, exciting, heartwarming and educational. They carry the Christian message of faith, hope, and love.
Love's Enduring Passion is one such movie. The movie is an engaging love story set against a backdrop of a disagreeable betrothal and a forced relocation of the Cherokee tribe by the US Army. A strong, rugged, attractive scout for the US Army falls in love with a gorgeous, captivating Cherokee Indian princess and fights for her against a cruel and brutish Indian warrior. He marries her and saves her village from the US government’s enforcement of the 1830’s Indian Removal Act.
Executive Profile – Carol Sauceda is a screenwriter, book publisher, author and film maker. She has been an entrepreneur since 2001 in various roles. Carol has two Masters degrees - Electrical Engineering and Counseling. She enjoyed a twenty year engineering career in high tech industries - Semiconductor and Computer. Carol is a certified IANMT therapist and worked for ten years doing massage therapy. Carol worked as a Christian Counselor for five years. She has a diverse background indicating she can start new companies and succeed. She is motivated to help others know they are loved by God and can put their faith and trust in him.
Woodard and Awendela at Glistening Creek
Carol is in the process of raising funds for this movie. The first need is to fund pre-production, marketing, and promotional activities. The funding required for this is $50,000. The money needed to fund the production of the movie is $20M.
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