The Least of These

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Skypass Entertainment and Fathom Events announced today a special premiere showing of The Least of These in movie theaters across the US. on Thursday, January 31. Following the film will be an exclusive discussion with actress Shari Rigby, apologist Ravi Zacharias, and the film’s spiritual consultant, Krish Dhanam.

The event will allow audiences the first chance to see this upcoming film, based on the true story of the life and work of missionary Graham Staines, prior to its larger nationwide release on Friday, February 1.

The special event is scheduled to take place in more than 700 participating movie theaters across the country on January 31 at 7:00 p.m. local time. Audiences are invited to stay after the film for a powerful recorded conversation with Rigby, who portrays Gladys, the wife of Graham Staines, Zacharias, a biblical apologist, and Dhanam, an internationally known author and the movie’s spiritual consultant. They will discuss more about the life and impact of Graham and Gladys Staines, the power of forgiveness, and what it looks like when the Great Commandment meets the Great Commission.

Information and theater listings for The Least of These Fathom event can be found at https://www.fathomevents.com.

The Least of These stars Stephen Baldwin (The Usual Suspects), Rigby (October Baby), and Bollywood star Sharman Joshi (3 Idiots). Based on a true story, the film shares the remarkable life of Australian missionary Graham Staines, who in 1999 met an unexpected fate in India while serving the leper population. The film’s release date coincides with the twentieth anniversary of a tragic event that shocked the world.

The film features a companion soundtrack, to be released, based on the movie, with exclusive songs by well-known artists including Michael W. Smith, Toby Mac and Nicole C. Mullen, and Getty Music.

 

For more information about the film, visit http://www.theleastofthese.movie.

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