Author: 23RD PSALM: REDEMPTION

Interview with 23rd Psalm: Redemption Producer, Director, Writer Christopher C. Odom

              (Loma Linda, CA) “23rd Psalm: Redemption” Producer, Director, Writer Christopher C. Odom was interviewed on KCAA 1050 AM Radio’s “The Kathleen Wells Show”, today in California. Listen to Christopher C. Odom on The Kathleen Wells Show Christopher discussed topics ranging from how the 23rd Psalm: Redemption became a […]

23rd Psalm Redemption Now Available in Stores Everywhere

    LOS ANGELES  – The Odom-Booker Vendetta Filmworks co-production, “23rd Psalm: Redemption” is now available in stores, everywhere. “23rd Psalm: Redemption” features Tatyani Ali (Ashley from Academy Award-Winner Will Smith’s “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”) and Clifton Powell (Academy Award-Winner Jamie Foxx’s sidekick in Taylor Hackford’s “Ray”). The film stars Leslie Mills (Emmy-Nominated singer-songwriter), […]

23rd Psalm Redemption Slated To Screen at the North Carolina Black Film Festival

23RD PSALM: REDEMPTION was tapped as an Official Selection at the North Carolina Black Film Festival. The film will screen on Saturday, 05/16/2013 at 12:30 pm on the Main Stage at: Community Arts Center Historic Downtown Wilmington 120 South 2nd Street Wilmington, NC 28402 (910) 341-7830 The Black Arts Alliance will present the North Carolina […]

“In The Sweet By And By” Performed A Cappella by Leslie Mills in the Film 23rd Psalm Redemption

                Emmy Award-Nominated Songwriter, Leslie Mills, has an original rendition of the traditional song “In The Sweet By And By” featured in the soundtrack for the original motion picture “23rd Psalm: Redemption”. Watch a clip of Leslie performing the song a cappella in the movie. http://www.23rdpsalmredemption.com/blog/?p=69 Bookmark To:

The Song “Better Days Are Yet To Come” By Jesse Santoyo and Alex Santoyo Featured in the Original Motion Picture 23rd Psalm Redemption

            Jesse Santoyo and Alex Santoyo wrote and performed the original song, entitled “Better Days Are Yet To Come” for the soundtrack to the original motion picture “23rd Psalm: Redemption”. Watch a clip from the movie, feature the song here: http://www.23rdpsalmredemption.com/blog/?p=69   Bookmark To: