|AN UPDATE ON PART 2
There have been many requests for a quick release of Part 2. We, however, do not currently have a set release date. We have ¾ of the footage already shot but are in need of funds to finish the project as all current income is being used to pay off Part 1. We are patiently waiting for God to provide. Your prayers would be greatly appreciated. Please share Part 1 with your friends and family as it is our prayer that the sales of Part 1 will eventually fund Part 2.
2/7/11 The Korean Translation has officially been released through Vision Video. A link for purchase can be found on the Order Page.
11/6/10 Korean Translation is completed and will be available very soon through Vision Video, link to purchase coming soon
3/6/08 The documentary is currently being translated into Korean
2/21/08 The Azusa Street Project will be screening for “Women In Film” at the Landmark Theater in Los Angeles
9/01/07 The documentary was translated into Dutch and released in Holland
9/01/07 The Azusa Street Project was translated and released in Sweden, Norway, Lapland
(The documentary is also airing in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Canada, and undercover in The Middle East)
The success of ‘The Azusa Street Project’ documentary is very much dependent on YOU! We’re a ‘Grass-Roots’ project and ‘word-of-mouth’ is how many find out about us. So, if you’ve been affected by the story…let us thank you in advance for sharing what you know with everyone you know.
After the release of our documentary it was brought to our attention that the picture used for young William J. Seymour may not actually be him. Upon further research and after re-consulting with our renowned Azusa historians, there still remains conflicting information as to whether it is or is not a young William Seymour. We don’t feel this situation affects the historical accuracy or integrity of the story but it remains our desire to be clear and accurate with all the information we pass on to you, the viewer.