Pray The Film with Tony Sands
Tony, Kristin, and Chas talk about how Covid has affected the entertainment industry and discuss his new film Pray, in theaters now.
Tony Sands is a Senior Producer at Family Theater Productions and handles the feature film slate. For Family Theater, Sands has served as producer, writer or director on the films “Assumptions,” “Finding Mary,” “You Will See,” “Carrying On,” “Family Dinner,” “40 Hours” and “Down from the Mountaintop.” Previously, he was employed at Cinesite, where he worked on such films as “Space Jam,” “Titanic,” “Dr. Dolittle” and “Sphere.” He is co-author with Most Reverend Robert Baker of the book “Cacique: A Novel of Florida’s Missions.” Sands received a Bachelor’s degree in Cinematic Arts with a Focus on Writing from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinema & Television. He is a Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus and member of the Catholic Press Association and Catholics in Media Association (CIMA). He is president of the Board of the Right to Life League of Southern California, sits on the Planning Committee for the Los Angeles Prayer Breakfast and is a member of the Arcangel Film Festival. Sands attends St. Finbar Catholic Church in Burbank, Calif. He also assists with Youth Ministry and Adult Faith Formation Volunteers at Holy Family Catholic Church and St. Finbar.
About the film:
The inspiring true story of a poor Irish immigrant who sets sail for America in 1928 with dreams of becoming a millionaire but, with the help of the most iconic celebrities of Hollywood, ends up spending his life championing the message, “The Family That Prays Together Stays Together.”
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