Africa’s fast growing Metropolitan church, House On The Rock, has announced a partnership with the United States Consulate General, Lagos to screen for the first time in Nigeria, Hollywood crime-drama thriller, Captive at the Rock Cathedral, Thursday October 1, 2015.
Distributed by Hollywood giants, Paramount Pictures, Captive is a critically acclaimed story of faith, redemption and survival, based on the true story of a hostage using Rick Warren’s best-selling book, A Purpose Driven Life to find her own path to redemption and persuade her captor to find his.
British-Nigerian actor and Golden Globe Award nominee David Oyelowo, who recently portrayed Martin Luther King, Jr. in the film Selma, and American actress Kate Mara (House of Cards, The Fantastic Four) star as lead actor and actress respectively.
The Captive Premiere is House On The Rock’s second movie premiere collaboration with the United States Consular General, Lagos. The first partnership saw a one-of-a kind premiere of ‘Selma’ during the general elections earlier in the year to over 5000 attendees including celebrities, government officials, local and international media, industry officials as well as the general public.
The free event tagged #NigeriaOnPurpose , seeks to not only promote nation building but the development of minds and purpose towards achieving the Nigeria of our dreams as Nigeria celebrates 55-years of Independence.
“At House on the Rock, we will continue to innovate and seek mediums to spread the gospel of faith in unconventional ways to inspire both the churched and unchurched people in the world” commented senior pastor, Paul Adefarasin.
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