About the Launch Team

The Most Reluctant Convert: The Untold Story of C.S. Lewis premieres Nov.3 with a nationwide army of volunteers and supporters helping fill theatres.
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Fellowship for Performing Arts (FPA) is a New York City-based theatre company that tells stories from a Christian worldview to engage a diverse audience. You may know us through our theatrical productions of The Screwtape Letters and The Great Divorce as well as our narration of The Listener’s Bible.

The Most Reluctant Convert: The Untold Story of C.S. Lewis is our first major film release and we have created this Launch Team. By joining the Launch Team, you can help us share our trailer on social media platforms, distribute print and digital promotional material in churches, and spread news of the film being available across the country.

Being FPA’s first film, the movie chains know we don’t have a track record in movie distribution and limited us to a one-day, Nov. 3 release. After weeks of being on sale, they are now seeing the reach we have developed over the years to attract audiences through our nationwide theatrical tours. While the cinemas expected we’d draw 20,000 people, our goal is higher than that.  As the demand for ticket sales continues, the movie chains are adding additional locations and showtimes!

With the Launch Team’s support, tens of thousands of people will experience C.S. Lewis’ profound faith journey from hard-boiled atheist to the “most reluctant convert in all England.”  Please watch the trailer, follow our social media, and consider joining the effort to spread the news of the film within your communities!

P.S.: If showings near you are already sold out, please let us know!  Email:hello@cslewismovie.com and share the theater name and location!

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“This story has a remarkable ability to engage audiences regardless of their religious belief. Lewis applied his formidable and self-deprecating wit to engage audiences about his own trying and painful experiences.”

Max McLean, Founder and Artistic DirectorFellowship of Performing Arts