Fathom Events serves a vital purpose in today’s film world.
The company offers classic films, operas and titles outside of the mainstream release schedule. Want to see ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan’ in real theater over 40 years later?
Fathom Events is there for you.
The company is doing something else important. It gives voice to Christians who want to see their values on the big screen.
Fathom Events performed the theatrical version of “The Chosen” last year with spectacular results. “Christmas with the Chosen: The Messengers” grossed $8 million in one weekend, the band’s biggest box office hit to date.
Last weekend, Fathom Events did it again.
The company distributed “Lifemark,” a pro-adoption, pro-life drama starring Kirk Cameron. The profitable Kendrick Brothers film was turned down by mainstream and faith-based studios.
Enter Fathom Events.
Last weekend, the movie grossed over $2.1 million from just 1,500 screens nationwide. This gave Fathom Events its biggest debut of 2022.
“Lifemark” came in third at Friday’s box office, competing with new releases like “Barbarian” and “House of Darkness.”
Fathom Events is accustomed to sharing right-wing and pro-faith content with the public. Previous “events” include presentations by radio titan Glenn Beck, a special presentation of “The Case for Christ” and “Church People”.