Journey To Bethlehem Director Adam Anders Inks With Brillstein Entertainment Partners

EXCLUSIVE: Writer-director Adam Anders has signed with Brillstein Entertainment Partners.

The four-time Grammy nominee and two-time People’s Choice Award winner co-wrote, directed, and produced the Sony Pictures Affirm Film feature musical, Journey to Bethlehem which opens on Nov. 10.

The pic stars Fiona Palomo as Mary, Milo Mannheim as Joseph, and Antonio Banderas as King Herod, and features 12 original songs co-written by Anders that weaves classic Christmas melodies into new pop songs for a music-infused retelling of the timeless story of the nativity.

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For many years, Anders served as the executive music producer of Glee and recently re-teamed with that series co-creator Ryan Murphy to produce Netflix’s feature film The Prom.

His company Anders Media Inc. produces film and television content for global audiences. He has sold over 100 million records and worked with artists ranging from the Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus to Andy Grammar and Cee-Lo Green. His music has been heard in such film productions as High School Musical, The Wedding Planner, Captain Underpants, and Rock of Ages.

His many other credits include executive producing the television shows Perfect Harmony starring Bradley Whitford for NBC and the international hit teen musical Kally’s Mashup, which he created based on his own life.

He is also credited with executive producing the faith-based FOX live television event The Passion, starring Tyler Perry, which generated the No. 1 soundtrack on Billboard.

Here’s the trailer for Journey to Bethlehem.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=EFXcEWalXBI%3Fversion%3D3%26%23038%3Benablejsapi%3D1%26%23038%3Borigin%3Dhttps%3A

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