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NEWS RELEASE: Movie Screening: A Devil in God's House


Tiny’s Performing Arts Center, NFP proudly presents the screening of the film, “A Devil in God’s House” at the ICE Theaters, April 26, 2014 at 7:00pm, in support of Child Abuse Awareness Month. “A Devil in God’s House” is the sum of an almost 10-year journey, conceived by filmmaking virgins L’Tisha A. Vaughn (a.k.a. Tiny Vaughn) and Samara Smith. Vaughn & Smith brought the film to life after previously presenting two Chicago runs of “A Devil in God’s House” the stage play. Joining forces with an amazing team of local artist, this emotionally driven project was shot in HD in Chicago, IL over a course of ten months and stars Samara Smith (B.A. Musical Theatre, Columbia College-Chicago) as the lead character, Ashley, among an extraordinary cast of seasoned & first-time actors.

“A Devil in God’s House,” written by Vaughn & Smith, draws inspiration from actual events of L’Tisha Vaughn’s teenage life on Chicago’s Westside and the sexual abuse she endured by the clergymen of her childhood Baptist church. The purpose of “A Devil in God’s House” is to raise awareness of the child sexual abuse that takes place in religious institutions across the nation, with a direct look at the black church community.

“A Devil in God’s House” (approx. 90 mins.) Written & Produced by L’Tisha Vaughn & Samara Smith. Directed by Samara Smith. Editor: DeOtis Tole. Director of Photography: L’Tisha Vaughn. Original Scoring: Derek Allen. Original Music: Various Artists. U.S. English.

If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with L’Tisha Vaughn or Samara Smith, please call (773)-556-0415 or email tinyproduction@gmail.com

To purchase tickets online, please visit: www.tinyproduction.com