Edward James Olmos and Grant Goodeve Star in “House of the Righteous,” the Latest Web Short Film in INSP’s Award-Winning MOMENTS.org Series
The ten-minute western, which features the work of legendary cinematographer Reynaldo Villalobos, can be seen exclusively on Moments.org beginning August 25th
Family entertainment network INSP is pleased to present, “House of the Righteous,” the latest program in its critically-acclaimed and award-winning MOMENTS.org series. Beginning August 25th, the 10-minute short will air exclusively on the site. Viewers of INSP will get to see a 3-minute teaser on the network during the “Saddle Up Saturday” programming block on Saturday, August 30th.
“House of the Righteous” stars EMMY® Award winner and Academy Award nominee Edward James Olmos (Miami Vice, Stand and Deliver) and renowned actor Grant Goodeve (Eight is Enough, Northern Exposure). The story centers on the people of a small western town who must choose good over evil when their loyalties are threatened in the absence of their sheriff. “House of the Righteous” also features the work of legendary and prolific cinematographer Reynaldo Villalobos (Urban Cowboy, Breaking Bad).
The videos found on MOMENTS.org are original, short-form inspirational programs that celebrate love, hope, faith, valor and other timeless truths in action. The series contain both scripted and documentary stories, and topics covered include: patriotism, poverty, adoption, family unity, homelessness, social justice, and religious freedom. Stories feature everyday Americans as well as some of the biggest names in entertainment, including Ricky Skaggs, Mark Burnett, Roma Downey, and Kirk Cameron, as well as the late Ralph Waite who starred in MOMENTS.org’s flagship 2013 production of Old Henry. House of the Righteous marks MOMENTS.org’s biggest production to date and the first that will premiere exclusively online.
The videos in the MOMENTS.org series have been acclaimed for excellence and positive messaging, and they have struck a chord with many viewers, and at all levels of society. Spots have been praised and used by the U.S. Department of Defense, the United States Army, USAA, and the American Legion. The series has won a Telly Award, a Summit Creative Award, a New York Festivals Film & Television Award, a CBC Media Award, has been shortlisted for the Primetime Emmy’s, featured on ABC’s “The View,” and received special recognition from the Department of Defense for “service to our country.”
Behind the scenes footage of “House of the Righteous” can be viewed now. The entire program will be available at MOMENTS.org beginning August 25th.