‘I Still Believe,’ Inspired by the Life of Christian Singer Jeremy Camp, Releases Trailer

‘I Still Believe,’ Inspired by the Life of Christian Singer Jeremy Camp, Releases Trailer August 26, 2019
L-R_ Kevin Downes, Andrew Irwin, Gary Sinise, Britt Robertson, AJ Kapa, on the set of ‘I Still Believe’/Photo: Kate O’Hare

Shot in and around Mobile, Alabama, earlier this year, I Still Believe just released its first trailer. The film is based on the true story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp — and takes its name from his hit song — who married his first wife despite her cancer diagnosis.

AJ Kapa (Riverdale) plays Camp; Britt Robertson plays his wife; and Gary Sinise plays his father. Shania Twain also stars. I Still Believe comes from the same team that produced the surprise hit I Can Only Imagine, also based on a popular Christian-pop song. The Erwin Brothers — Andrew and Jon — directed from a script by Jon Erwin and Jon Gunn. It’s also the first film from Kingdom Studios, a new, faith-based division of Lionsgate.

I visited the set in Mobile in June, at the time the Camps’ beach wedding was being filmed.

‘I Still Believe’ on location in Mobile, Alabama/Photo: Kate O’Hare

We also got to spend a bit of time with the cast. More on that later.

I Still Believe isn’t set to be released until March 20, 2020, and has just released its first trailer. Take a look:

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About Kate O'Hare
Based in Los Angeles, Kate O'Hare is a recovering entertainment journalist, social-media manager for Catholic production company Family Theater Productions and a screenwriter. You can read more about the author here.

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