The Erwin Brothers Bring Emotional Story of Love and Loss in “I Still Believe”

“What shined through was their faith. And faith was not destroyed in the midst of suffering it was actually refined. Sometimes it’s the difficult things we walk through that give us a voice to millions of people. God comforts us so we can comfort others.” — Jon Erwin

Andrew and Jon Erwin directed I Still Believe, and they were drawn to faith that rooted musician Jeremy Camp’s relationship with Melissa. They felt it was a story they could help tell on screen. KJ Apa and Britt Robertson star.

Risen sat down with the duo to talk about themes too.

I Still Believe hits theatres March 13

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