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In what some are calling a new genre of movie entertainment—theatrical worship experience—HILLSONG—LET HOPE RISE is a faith-driven film that tells the inspiring, behind-the-scenes story of one of the world’s most beloved Christian bands, Hillsong UNITED. Part documentary, part concert drama, it traces the humble origins of Sydney, Australia-based Hillsong to worldwide acclaim and stirs the soul to worship Jesus in fresh, new ways—all while modeling what it means to walk out one’s personal calling in the Body of Christ.
Produced by Grace Hill Media and MediaWeaver Entertainment and distributed by Pure Flix Entertainment (GOD’S NOT DEAD, DO YOU BELIEVE?, GOD’S NOT DEAD 2), HILLSONG—LET HOPE RISE is directed by Michael John Warren (SHREK THE MUSICAL, RENT). The cast features the ten members of the Hillsong UNITED band as well as the founders of Hillsong Church, pastors Brian and Bobbie Houston.