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Entertainment industry veterans, Dave Alan Johnson and Steve McBeth, formed Salt Entertainment in 2013 to create

and bring to market high quality projects for film, television and digital markets in the U.S. and around the world.

 

Salt focuses on content targeted for markets largely underserved by mainstream Hollywood, with an emphasis on positive and uplifting values, faith-related projects, and stories using humor, honesty and heart to touch this audience

at the deepest level.  Current market trends show a big opportunity exists for projects reaching these underserved audiences, and Salt is committed to bringing a high standard of quality and execution for its projects, to both serve this audience, and then cross-over with the same content to a broader general market.

Salt's newest theatrical film Hannah's Star to begin production 2018.

VANISHED | Left Behind: Next Generation 

Salt’s first hit movie Coffee Shop coming soon on Digital and Home DVD release.

Go behind the scenes.

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Official Theatrical VANISHED / Left Behind: Next Generation Trailer

See more at  TheVanishedFilm.com 

Movieguide ® Winner of $50K Chronos Prize – Hannah’s Star

Hannah's Star

VANISHED | Left Behind: Next Generation

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Featuring  

Amber Frank     (Nickelodeon's Haunted Hathaways)

Mason Dye      (MTV's Finding Carter)

Dylan Sprayberry    (Teen Wolf & Man of Steel),

Tom Everett Scott  (Law & Order / Southland) 

Jackson Hurst  (Drop Dead Diva) 

Brigid Brannagh    (Army Wives) &

Rachel Hendrix   (October Baby, The Perfect Wave).

Watch Lauren Daigle's "Come Alive"

Video/Trailer for VANISHED / Left Behind: Next Generation

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Filmed in Birmingham, AL

 

Winner: BEST DIRECTOR

and BEST ACTRESS

- 2014 Movieville Film Festival

RESSURECT

RESURRECT: A Documentary Feature Film

Coming in 2019.

Winner of the Movieguide® $50,000 Chronos Prize for most Inspiring Screenplay. Chosen by Hollywood leaders, the prize honors established filmmakers whose work seeks to “increase man’s love or understanding of God.”  

 

Dave Alan Johnson, Gary R. Johnson, and Joan Considine Johnson captured the attention of the judges, bringing home the Chronos Prize for their script, Hannah's Star, which is a fun and poignant modern-day capra-esque story about an 11-year-old girl and her father who go up against a politically correct school system to prove the science behind the Star of Bethlehem.