Tag: I Still Believe

January 20, 2020

New Trailer for I Still Believe (March 13th 2020)

A brand new full trailer has dropped for the gripping, emotional retelling of Jeremy Camp’s early life love story with his first wife and how he persevered against all odds to become the artist he is today. “I Still Believe” is brought to you by the team behind the much talked about indie film, “I Can Only Imagine” and starring AJ Cappa, Britt Robertson, Gary Sinise, and Shania Twain. This little indie film is sure to inspire and captivate audiences the world over with tears of sadness and ultimately, joy.… Continued →

August 22, 2019

I Still Believe Film (Official Trailer)

The official trailer for the film “I Still Believe” which based on the life and music of Jeremy Camp, is here! Watch the trailer below. This film hits theaters next March. Visit the official movie site right here to learn more. Just a word of caution: This film will NOT include Jeremy Camp’s long awaited heavy metal songs but it will feature a heartwarming story of love and hope. If the trailer is any indication of what’s to come, I sense some tears will fall from audience members.… Continued →

June 9, 2019

I Still Believe First Look Teaser Trailer

As you may have heard, they are making a film based on the life of Jeremy Camp called “I Still Believe“. The first look teaser has just been released via Facebook (not on YouTube yet) and you can view it below. While it doesn’t appear Jeremy Camp has gone metal just yet this film does look/sound intriguing and it’s remarkable to see Hollywood taking a gamble on films about Christian artists without compromising the Gospel message.… Continued →

February 21, 2019

"I Still Believe" Film to Be Based on the Life of Jeremy Camp

From the creators of the very successful recent hit film “I Can Only Imagine” which was based off the Mercy Me song and it’s origins, will come a new film called “I Still Believe”. The film will be based around one of Christian music’s most celebrated singers, Jeremy Camp, and his journey as an artist coming to grips with his Faith. Has any of our readers seen “I Can Only Imagine” and what are your thoughts on not only that film but this upcoming Jeremy Camp pic?… Continued →