Trinity Digital's latest production - a short film entitled "The Bishop and the Beggar" - has wrapped filming after a three day shoot in Belfast. The film, which raised the majority of its budget through a successful crowdfunding campaign, looks at the issues of homelessness, hypocrisy and humanity.

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Thursday 19th May sees the launch of the latest album from the New Scottish Hymns band. Trinity Digital has been proud to work alongside them in producing a number of videos to explain the vision behind the group. 

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The International Christian Film Festival was held this year in Orlando, Florida, from 28th to 30th April. Prizes were awarded across a number of categories but it was "Knox" which scooped the prized award for Best Documentary. Congratulations to all the cast, crew and contributors!

It is a genuine delight for Trinity Digital to see that "Knox" has been nominated for "Best Factual" at the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards. A ceremony will take place in mid-April in Glasgow, where "Knox" will go head to head with two other contenders for the award. 

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Trinity Digital is delighted to announce that we have been commissioned to produce a film for Christian Heritage Cambridge to look at the impact of Christianity on Cambridge over the centuries. Development begins today with the aim of shooting this film in late Spring or early Summer. 

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Trinity Digital has been proud to collaborate with Phoenix Performing Arts Trust and Red Paint Films in producing a short film on the dark and difficult subject of prostitution and sex trafficking. Mary Scott, interviewed in the video above, wrote and produced the film and Murdo Macleod of Trinity Digital directed.

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Trinity Digital has been delighted to see the interest generated by "Knox" on both sides of the Atlantic and across the world. Over 1500 DVDs have now been sold and we are proud to be partnering with Vision Video, the Banner of Truth and Gunn Productions in ensuring the film gets the widest possible distribution. 

Well attended public screenings have taken place in Stornaway, Portree, Dundee, Glasgow, Rutherglen, Belfast, Birmingham, Cambridge, Cornwall and even Singapore. Further screenings are being planned for London, Carryduff and Honolulu, so keep an eye out for the latest news on the Knox Facebook page. 

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