The Song is a music-driven romantic drama about things we all pursue…love and meaning. Inspired by the Song of Solomon (Song of Songs) and produced by City on a Hill Studio and Samuel Goldwyn Films, the movie and optional DVD-based study helps strengthen relationships.

Here’s the story:
Aspiring singer-songwriter Jed King is struggling to catch a break and escape the long shadow of his famous father when he reluctantly agrees to a gig at a local vineyard harvest festival. Jed meets the vineyard owner’s daughter, Rose, and a romance quickly blooms. Soon after their wedding, Jed writes Rose “The Song,” which becomes a breakout hit. Suddenly thrust into a life of stardom and a world of temptation, his life and marriage begin to fall apart.

THE SONG was filmed on location in Nashville and Kentucky – known for American music and family. Both figure heavily in the film. Music is more than a score in THE SONG, it is the backdrop from which the story unfolds. Viewers who love American music, indie singer-songwriters or dream of the allure of the road, will especially love THE SONG.

Produced by a top-notch group of story tellers who believe in love, faith and family, THE SONG is opening nation-wide to strengthen couples and families.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How family friendly is the movie?
The Song is not yet rated but the subject matter makes it more appropriate for adults.

Who is City on a Hill Studios?
City on a Hill is a high-quality production company that uses the language of film to tell contemporary stories of faith that speak to the heart. They aim to engage audiences with relevant well-crafted stories that reflect the challenges of our modern world.

Can I show The Song at my church?
The Song will be released in theaters on September 26. If you are interested in forming a Bible study around the movie, email us at paradisevalleyumc@gmail.com.

To find the movie at a theater near you, click here>>

For a review from the NY Times, click here>>

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