The San Antonio premiere at Palladium IMAX on March 9th sold out with more than 1,600 attendees including the film’s cast and numerous VIP’s including activist, author and Fox News contributor Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The faith-based dramatic thriller stars Stephen Baldwin (The Usual Suspects; Bio-Dome; Born on the Fourth of July), Taylor Murphy (Scream: The TV Series; The Middle; MTV’s Awkward) and Josiah Warren (The Prophet's Son; Scarlett; In Over My Head) who also co-directed the film alongside Pastor Sun East. RUN follows Levi (Warren), a young businessman who marries a passionate journalist who reports on human trafficking and fights to expose it. On their wedding night, Natalie (Murphy) is kidnapped and sold into sex slavery. Levi goes on the hunt for his wife chasing clues wherever he can find them, leading him to Jeff Conners (Baldwin) - a crime lord with no mercy. Will Levi be able to find his wife before she is moved out of the country? Only with the help of God can Levi find the strength to fight.
Numerous anti-human trafficking organizations have endorsed RUN including Alamo Area Coalition Against Trafficking (AACAT), Embassy of Hope, Freedom Youth Project, Rape Crisis Center, Alamo Youth Center, Ransomed Life, A21 Freedom Chasers, Path Now Global, Heidi Search Center, Arrow Freedom Place and New Life Refuge Ministries.
"A January 2017 study by the Institute on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault (IDVSA) at the University of Texas at Austin estimates that 79,000 children and youth annually are sex trafficked in Texas alone," says Strong Foundation Films founder Sun East. "Despite those numbers, there is only one rehabilitation treatment center (Arrow's Freedom Place) in the state of Texas."
Watch the official trailer for RUN: https://vimeo.com/122572472
For more information on RUN or to purchase tickets for screenings nationwide, visit www.RunFeatureFilm.com.
About Strong Foundation Films:
Sun East founded Strong Foundation Films in 2011 with the production of The Prophet's Son. Since then, they have produced more than a dozen faith-based movies. From comedies to dramas, these films deliver “modern day parables” with a message of hope and salvation while bringing awareness to current social issues that churches and communities need to address and get involved in to bring change. To learn more about Strong Foundation Films, visit www.strongfoundationfilms.com.