A local teenage film will be screened in Tarleton



“The Light of Virsa”, an adventure / fantasy feature film produced by the Vining Sisters, will premiere at 7 pm Thursday, July 8 at the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center in Stephenville.

The 90 minute film was created and produced by teenagers in the DFW / Stephenville area. It’s a family movie that can be enjoyed by all ages.

The synopsis: “When the Dark Lord Azcar captures the sister, and only surviving relative, of a young carpenter named Cayden, he sets out to save her. As he roams the various terrains of the land of Virsa, he must confront the darkness the evil agents of the Lord as they attempt to deflect him.

“Along the way he learns that although he himself is not capable of conquering the darkness in the world, the Light is, and it is only through his character, his perseverance and his his confidence that he can let the Light work in him to save his sister and make him the messenger of light and hope for Virsa, “according to information from imdb.com.

Israel Cartagena portrayed Saith in this scene from "The light of Virsa."

The film is co-directed by Clare Vining and Mary Vining with Vining Sisters Productions. The duo also did the cinematography and cut the film for the production.

The screenplay was written by Luke Gonzalez and the Vining sisters.

The film features Israel Cartagena as Saith; Ethan England as Cayden Silvarion; and Luke Gonzalez as Adrius.

The music for the feature film is by Diego Campos.

According to their website, Clare and Mary Vining are “home-schooled Catholic sisters dedicated to making films with a Christian worldview.”

In 2016, they founded an organization of Catholic home schooling filmmakers in the Dallas area called JVGPictures. Clare and Mary released their first film, “Cyber ​​Attack” (Action / Comedy, 30 minutes) in January 2018. Their second film, “Seek First” (Drama, 15 minutes) was also produced as part of JVGPictures and released in December 2018.

In February 2019, the sisters launched the 501c (3) non-profit organization, Christian Cinema Series, through which they are publishing their current project, “The Light of Virsa”.

For more information about the film or the production company, visit www.viningsisters.com



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