Internationally Renowned Short Film, Crescendo, Launches on YouTube

Jason Jones

Jason Jones

Pro-life Film Maker of "Bella" and "Crescendo"

 

Film Won 15 International Film Festival Awards and Raised Nearly $6 million for Crisis Pregnancy Centers

On October 21 the public got its first chance to see the critically hailed short film Crescendo when it launched on YouTube and available free of charge.

Pattie Mallette, President of Noble Pictures and the mother of pop singer Justin Bieber served as the executive producer of the film, which stars American actress Ali Landry. Written and directed by Alonzo Alvarez, and produced by Jason Jones and Eduardo Verastegui, the producer of “Bella,” Crescendo raised more than $5 million for crisis pregnancy centers in its limited theatrical release.

“Crescendo is a celebration of the strength, beauty, fortitude and dignity of women,” said Executive Producer Pattie Mallette.

The winner of fifteen international film festival awards, Crescendo was filmed at Universal Studios. In fourteen minutes, all of the artists involved in this film have created a heartwarming and touching portrait that will stay with the viewer long after the film ends.

“Our goal with this film was to create a monument to the incomparable dignity of the human person that would transcend time and culture,” said Jason Scott Jones, one of the producers of Crescendo.

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