John Arsenault just confirmed this morning that "What's Your Name?" is back in Cullman, Alabama. "What's Your Name?" was gone for about 2 weeks to visit his mother in Midland, Michigan and his father and brother in Toledo, Ohio.
Reporter, Angela Lackey of the Midland Daily News has spotted "What's Your Name?" in Midland, Michigan this past week. To see her full article click here or to read her blog about her encounter with "What's Your Name?" click here. "What's Your Name?" is now on his way to Bay City and then on to Toledo. If you spot him, please keep us posted. Ask him to call us!
Doug Harris, front, of Midland, talks to a missionary known only as "What's Your Name?" Thursday morning on Ashman in Midland. "What's Your Name?" has been traveling the country for more than 17 years, sacrificing all his worldly possessions to live as Jesus and his disciples once did. "What's Your Name?" who resembles Jesus, does not claim to be him. He only intends to travel the world spreading the message of Jesus to others. (Daily News/NATHAN MORGAN)
Nha-Uyen Chau of Looking Glass International (our foreign distributor) just contracted our first foreign broadcast of The Jesus Guy. The film will be screening on the Biography Channel in Australia and New Zealand, on Wednesday, July 16 at 8:30pm EAST. Tune in, if you can!
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Some say he’s “a kook.” Others, “a blessing from God.” Barefoot and clad in a white robe, he’s walked through 47 states [and 13 countries] on a 16-year mission that’s captured media attention from 20/20, Time and the Wall Street Journal. Yet who is this solitary figure who inspires faith – and attracts controversy?
Sean Tracey traces the enigmatic odyssey of the anonymous, barefoot preacher known as “The Jesus Guy.” With the intimacy of single-camera filmmaking, we walk in his steps as he encounters both skeptics and believers, changing them…for better, for worse, forever.
"What at first glance looks like little more than a novelty piece turns out to be a challenging profile of a confounding individual...which is why it sticks so well." -Warren Curry Entertainment Insiders
“Make no mistake, the title subject of this film does not think he's Jesus. We see him praised, and we see him criticized. But most importantly, we see that he's human." -Jay Cheel Film Critic for the Documentary Blog
"Once you've seen The Jesus Guy in this film, he'll stay in your mind forever. Unforgettable. Absolutely Unforgettable." -Albert Maysles Awarded by the National Society of Film Critics, International Documentary Association and Sundance Film Festival for his documentaries
"This is an enthralling subject and story. The intimacy and authenticity of The Jesus Guy's cinematography is bewitching and refreshing. You feel like you're right there with this unusual man as his life is unfolding." -Bill Butler, ASC Academy Award and Emmy Winning Cinematographer of Jaws, Grease, Rocky I, II, & IV, One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest, Biloxi Blues, and others
“It’s gotta be rough making a documentary on someone who refuses to give any personal details about himself…but when it is all said and done…you understand that he’s not a dangerous wacko.” -Eric Campos Contributing Editor for Film Threat
“It's both an ancient and a very modern tale -- a wandering evangelist comes to town and challenges local people with his words and his being. As with Robert Duvall's The Apostle, The Jesus Guy artfully takes us below the surface to explore what makes this charismatic preacher tick and why people react to him the way they do. Even non-religious viewers will be intrigued by these dramatic and intimate encounters.” -Fred Mogul W N Y C -- New York Public Radio Reporter and former TIME magazine reporter who wrote a feature article on The Jesus Guy