On episode 123 of the Undone Redone podcast, Tray and Melody are joined by Brian Bird. Brian serves as Executive Producer in the upcoming film The Heart Of Man which comes out September 14, 2017. In this episode Brian discusses his passion for film making and how he lives out his faith through it. As an executive producer for The Heart of Man, Brian has been an integral aspect of production and distribution of the film. He believes The Heart of Man is one of the most important projects he’s worked on in three decades and one of the most meaningful in his career.
Inspired by a high school English teacher to attend journalism school, Brian initially started his writing career as a journalist before making his way into film and television. During his 30-year career in Hollywood, Brian has been a part of dozens of films and hundreds of episodes of network television. Brian’s film writing and producing credits include The Case for Christ, Captive, The Last Sin Eater, and Bopha!
Brian is considered to be a leading voice in faith-based media and has spoken on the role of faith in the arts. His own films have garnered awards from the New York Independent Film Festival, New York Festivals, Heartland Film Festival, the Black Reel Awards, The Movie Guide Awards, The Telly Awards, and the Christopher Awards. Brian also has a blog Brianbird.net which serves as a lively exchange on the art and craft of story-telling.
Brian considers his 36 year marriage to his wife, Patty, and their five children to be his greatest achievement.
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Check out The Heart Of Man coming out September 14th and learn more at http://heartofmanmovie.com/.
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Check out the video below to watch the interview with Brian.
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