Providence Film Music Contest for Indie Artists

MainStreet Productions and Faith Flix Films are excited to announce a contest to find indie music for the new redemptive romance film Providence. The winning musicians will have their work showcased in the movie as well as receive a music video with a performance session interspersed with scenes from the movie. All music genres will be considered.


Providence is the story of a girl and boy who grow up together and their lives keep intersecting, but it’s not until they’re in their forties that they finally get together. The film spans forty years and will include scenes from the 70’s and 80’s as well as present day. It stars Emily Knapp (The Good Book) and Chase Anderson (Where Hope Grows) as Young Rachel and Mitchell, Stacey Bradshaw (Touched By Grace) and Josh Allen (Home Sweet Bus) as Teen Rachel and Mitchell, and Juli Tapken (The Colors of Emily) and Rich Swingle (Beyond the Mask) as Adult Rachel and Mitchell.

Providence is the sixth feature film for MainStreet Productions. Previous films include Class of 91, Flowers for Fannie, and The Good Book. Class of 91 released in 2010 and aired on Parables TV and NRB Network. Flowers for Fannie released in 2013. It’s available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant, and other online retailers. The Good Book has spent the past year on the film festival circuit, playing in 18 regional and international festivals and accumulating 21 nominations and 5 wins so far with numerous festivals still to come. It released to DVD February 2015 and is available in Christian stores and online retail outlets.

Like The Good Book, Providence will be told without dialogue, using only dramatic action and a dynamic soundtrack. The soundtrack will showcase an eclectic blend of indie music.

Providence releases to theaters February 2016. For more information, visit the website at

Click here to learn more about the music contest.

Deadline to enter is June 6, 2015.


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