Audio Visuals and Communication Production
International Christian Visual Media Association
10227 Bentwood Circle
Highlands Ranch, CO
Phone: (303) 694-4286
Fax: (303) 694-4286
P.O. Box 540
Worcester, PA 19490
Ph. (610) 584-3500
Fax: (610) 584-4610
Mission Media Productions
Mission Media Productions, Inc.
4580 W 900N
Scipio, IN 47273
Films for Missions
World Christian Video Directory
The JESUS Film:
Campus Crusade for Christ International
PO Box 72007
Ph. (717) 361-7575
Fax: (714) 361-7579
The International Films Division of the U.S. Center for World Misson
1605 Elizabeth St.
Pasadena, CA 91104
Ph. (818) 797-5462
This specializes in dubbing languages understood by 800 million people onto many feature length videos and films. They also produce films and videos in developing countries using indigenous talent. "The Pearl" was produced in India with an entirely Indian crew and cast.
The Willian Carey Library division of USCWM:
P.O. Box 40129
Pasedana, CA 9114
They have two new video series on unreached people groups. #1 (five in this group) entitled Scattered Sheep, The Minorities of China. #2 (nine in this group) of different Unreached Peoples in the world. In addition the Library offers a brand-new annual magazine called MISSIONS TODAY that brings the reader a comprehensive overview of the "world of missions". It is 132 pages in length and carries over 50 articles. The cover price is $5.00 + $.50/copy shipping. Copies are free to William Carey Library buyers. The March-April 1995 issue of USCWM's "Mission Frontiers" contains the Spring Mission Resource Catalog that lists manyu excellent books, mission books for children and young people, World Christian Foundation textbooks, Perspectives Audio and Video Series, articles, brochures, pamphlets, and posters.
The International Video Network
2242 Camio Ramon
San Ramon, CA 94583
Ph. (510) 866-1121
Fax: (510) 866-9262
They offer many travel videos that portray the people, places and cultures of countries throughout the world.
The World Catholic Association for Communication
provides an overall service starting from an analysis of needs to the development of cost estimates, the purchase of equipment (transmitter, antenna systems, on-air and production studios) up to and including the launching of the radio station itself and its technical followup including the formation of service technicians.