New Faith Film ‘Champion’ Pairs Dirt Track Racing with Story of Forgiveness, Fatherhood — Roars Into Theaters May 19, 2017

His music video "For Freedom," featuring the music of Avalon, and was selected to be a part of Sean Hannity’s "Freedom Tour." His recent projects include working on the Kendrick’s feature film "War Room." Currently, Judd serves the people of First Woodstock in Atlanta, GA where he is the staff video producer. Brannon and his wife have been foster parents for years, and wanted to bring attention to the impact that fostering a child can have in the lives of vulnerable children. The heart of the story is in its theme of forgiveness. When a grudge series with another racer turns personal, the ego and arrogance that propelled him to the top causes a tragedy that sends his life spinning. To learn more,   About Brannon FilmsWith a heart for bringing stories to life, Judd Brannon has had the opportunity to direct and produce multiple video projects. "I saw the community and family involvement in the dirt track industry and felt it would be the perfect setting to provide both excitement and a family-centered focus." First Baptist Church Woodstock, GA, and Pastor Johnny Hunt supported Brannon from the beginning. Then, all of a sudden there’s a ‘wow’ moment." Another theme woven into the film is foster care, and the important work done by families who feel called to this unique ministry. Synopsis: Racecar driver Sean Weathers was at the top of his game…beautiful daughter, top sponsors, the best crew money could buy and an ego that trumped them all. Click here to view trailerDirector and producer Judd Brannon sees the adrenaline-fueled plot of dirt track racing as a unique advantage for CHAMPION. "The film tackles forgiveness in a way that is very creative," said Hunt. Plumbing the depths of topics such as forgiveness, fatherhood, foster parenting and the power of second chances, CHAMPION depicts race car driver Sean Weathers’ journey following a tragic on-track accident that rips apart his family, leaving him vulnerable to the last person on earth who should help him. Just when they were reconnecting, he got the news his only son Ray was dead. Directed by Judd Brannon (WAR ROOM), the film is produced by Brannon Pictures. Through his grief Jack discovers the truth that Ray had wanted to share with him, that the road to understanding and peace would have to begin with forgiveness.Andrew Cheney (BEYOND THE MASK) stars with Gary Graham (Star Trek "Renegades," ALL THE RIGHT MOVES) and Robert Amaya (COURAGEOUS, MOM’S NIGHT OUT).  "The driving force for the plot was my desire to reach people with the love of Christ," said Brannon. "In CHAMPION, the viewer sees the need for forgiveness but doesn’t imagine how it’s going to happen. Judd is thankful for the support of his wife and two boys. Jack Reed was successful as a businessman, but he struggled as a father. Hunt, former president of the Southern Baptist Convention, has been involved with racing as a chaplain for Dixie Speedway for 25 years. "The movie CHAMPION communicates such an important message about forgiveness that I believe we all need to hear because we need to keep on forgiving regardless of the hurts we’ve experienced in life." — Stephen Kendrick, producer (WAR ROOM)Contact: Jennifer Willingham, 615-483-4729, [email protected];       NASHVILLE, March 23, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ — Dirt track racing churns up drama in the new faith-based film CHAMPION, releasing theatrically May 19, 2017 from Brannon Pictures, produced by support from First Baptist Church Woodstock, GA. Just weeks before ending the best season of his life, he was in control—or so he thought.