Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul starring Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown will premiere at Sundance.
The film centers on Trinity Childs (Hall), the first lady of a prominent Southern Baptist megachurch, who attempts to help her pastor-husband, Lee-Curtis Childs (Brown), rebuild their congregation after a huge scandal and reconcile their faith to make the biggest comeback that commodified religion has ever seen. Shot in a faux-documentary style, the film takes a satirical look at megachurch culture and the often nebulous perspectives that are cultivated from being both entrenched in it, as well as finding yourself on the outside looking in.
From production company Pinky Promise, the satire was written and will be directed by Adamma Ebo in her feature writing and directorial debut.
The Sundance Film Festival is being held January 20th through the 30th in Salt Lake City Utah.