MOORE — “Where Was God?,” an Oklahoma documentary film that explores the role of faith and hope in overcoming life’s storms through the eyes of survivors of devastating tornadoes in Moore and in Joplin, Mo., has been extended through Thursday at the Warren Theatre, 1000 S Telephone Road.
“The response we’ve received from ticket sales and the community has been extraordinary,” said the Rev. Steven Earp, the film’s executive producer and lead pastor at Elevate Church in Moore. “We are grateful for the community support and hopeful the film will bring continued healing for those in our community and our state.”
Directed, produced, edited and filmed in Oklahoma, the documentary follows the stories of survivors, parents, children, first responders and volunteers who recount the timeline of destruction and share the devastating and miraculous events that changed their lives forever.
The film is a nonprofit project funded by Elevate Church. Profits from the documentary will go toward continued disaster relief and mission work in Moore.
The “Redemption Tree” sculpture, a piece of artwork made of tornado rubble from the May 20, 2013, tornado is on display in the showroom at the Straight Line Shelter, 1301 S Interstate 35 Service Road. The art was especially created for the film.
“Where Was God?” is a Behold Motion Pictures film in association with Elevate Faith Productions.
For more information, visit the documentary’s website at www.wherewasgod.com.