One Love Can Change Your Life

From the makers of I CAN ONLY IMAGINE comes the true life story of Christian music mega star Jeremy Camp and his remarkable journey of love and loss that proves there is always hope in midst of tragedy and that faith tested is the only faith worth sharing.

  • 1 hr 56 minPGHDSD
  • Mar 13, 2020
  • Drama

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Cast & Crew

  • Britt RobertsonMelissa

    Brittany Leanna Robertson was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, to Beverly (Hayes) and Ryan Robertson, a restaurateur. She was raised in South Carolina, the oldest of seven children. Her mother's worries about the public school system led to Robertson being home-schooled. She began acting at the Greenville Little Theater in South Carolina, and in her early teens moved to Los Angeles with her grandmother to seek TV and film opportunities. She won roles in various TV projects including Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers (2004). Success continued with appearances in Dan in Real Life (2007), Scream 4 (2011), and the lead roles in two series, Lux in Life Unexpected (2010) and Cassie in The Secret Circle (2011). Britt also starred in the television film Avalon High (2010), opposite Gregg Sulkin, had a supporting role in the Vince Vaughn film Delivery Man (2013), headlined the Nicholas Sparks book adaptation The Longest Ride (2015), opposite Scott Eastwood, and will star with George Clooney in the Brad Bird-directed science fiction adventure Tomorrowland (2015).
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  • K.J. ApaJeremy

    K.J. Apa was born on June 16, 1997 in Auckland, New Zealand as Keneti James Fitzgerald Apa. He is an actor, known for Riverdale (2017), The Hate U Give (2018) and The Last Summer (2019).
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  • SHANIA TWAINTeri

    Shania Twain was born as Eilleen Regina Edwards in 1965 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, one of three daughters of Clarence and Sharon (Morrison) Edwards (sister Jill is two years older and Carrie-Ann three years younger). When she was age six, her mother remarried Jerry Twain, a full-blooded Ojibwa native from Timmins, Ontario, who adopted her as his own. She started out singing in bars as a child after hours, and, at thirteen, appeared on The Tommy Hunter Show (1965). When she was 22, her parents were killed in an accident, and she became the legal guardian of her half-brothers (Mark, then 13, and Darryl, then 14) and sister, putting her musical career on hold to raise her family. In 1991 she changed her name to Shania (meaning "I'm on my way" in Ojibwa, it was the name of a co-worker), and signed a contract with Mercury Nashville that same year. Her first album went by without notice, but her second album (produced with (Mutt) Robert John Lange, who she wed in 1993) broke world records with its sales!
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  • ABIGAIL COWENAdrienne

    Abigail "Abbey" Cowen is an American actress. She stars as Bloom on Fate: The Winx Saga (2020), a live-action adaptation of Nickelodeon's Winx Club (2004). Cowen was born in Florida, and she began her acting career with guest roles on Red Band Society (2014) and Stranger Things (2016). She made recurring appearances on Wisdom of the Crowd (2017) and The Fosters (2013) before landing the major role of Dorcas on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (2018).
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  • REUBEN DODDJosh

    Reuben Dodd is a 12 year old actor born in Santa Monica, CA. At age 10, Reuben was discovered by Zuri Model and Talent for their Diversity Division, launching him into his first role, which he won on his very first theatrical audition, for sitcom Teachers (2016). Shortly after, Reuben was cast as himself in the Democratic Party's public service announcement, "I Will Vote" for the 2016 midterm elections. In 2019, Reuben's breakthrough feature film role came when cast as Josh Camp in the movie I Still Believe (2020), which is based on the true story of Christian music mega star Jeremy Camp. Reuben joins an incredible cast including K.J. Apa, Gary Sinise and Shania Twain. In the same week Reuben was cast in the lead role of Danny, in Mercedes Mason's directorial short film debut, The Bridge. Reuben has CHARGE Syndrome, one of the most complex medical and multi sensory diagnosis. He has endured 21 surgeries include two open hearts, tracheotomies and a gtube. He has spent more than a year in the ICU battling these medical challenges. Reuben is severely-profoundly deaf and uses a Cochlear implant. His first language was ASL. When he's not on set, Reuben's a dedicated student with a passion for math. He started classical training for piano at age 6. Reuben loves to play chess, dance, sing and entertain with his unique and mature approach to stand up comedy, a talent which has no doubt seen him through his traumatic medical challenges. For sport, Reuben relishes winter in LA and skiing through the USARC adaptive program. He enjoys soccer through AYSO, swimming and snorkeling. Reuben is a born, curious explorer and world traveler, having toured 25 countries to date with his family. He lives in Los Angeles.
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  • Gary SiniseTom

    Gary Alan Sinise was born in Blue Island, Illinois, to Mylles S. (Alsip) and Robert L. Sinise, A.C.E., a film editor. He is of Italian (from his paternal grandfather), English, Scottish, Irish, French, German, and Swedish ancestry. His family moved to Highland Park, where he attended high school. He was something of a rebel, playing in bands but paying little attention to school. Gary and some friends tried out for "West Side Story" as a lark, but Gary was hooked on acting for life by closing night. Gary credits his love for theatre to his drama teacher, Barbara Patterson. In 1974, Gary, Terry Kinney, and Jeff Perry founded the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. Initially performing in a church basement, the company grew and gained stature in the Chicago area. In addition to acting in many plays, Gary also directed some of Steppenwolf's most notable productions, including Sam Shepard's "True West". The company made its off-Broadway debut with that production, starring Gary and John Malkovich, and its Broadway debut with "The Grapes of Wrath" at the Cort Theatre in 1990. Gary's Hollywood career also started in the director's chair with two episodes of the stylish TV series Crime Story (1986), followed in 1988 by the feature Miles from Home (1988) starring Richard Gere. Gary's first feature film as an actor was the World War II fable A Midnight Clear (1992) in 1992. That year also found Gary combining his acting and directing talents with the critically acclaimed Of Mice and Men (1992). His first real notice by the public came in 1994, however. He starred in the blockbuster miniseries The Stand (1994), rapidly followed by his bravura performance as "Lt. Dan" in Forrest Gump (1994). His portrayal of the disabled, emotionally tortured veteran earned Gary numerous awards and an Oscar nomination. Busy 1994 was followed by busy 1995, first reuniting with Tom Hanks in Apollo 13 (1995) and then starring in the HBO film Truman (1995) which earned him the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards and an Emmy nomination. Gary is married to Moira Sinise, an actress and original member of the Steppenwolf company. They have three children, Sophie Sinise, McCanna Anthony Sinise and Ella Sinise.
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