“I Still Believe,” the biopic about award-winning artist Jeremy Camp’s late wife Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, ranked top romantic movies of 2020 by Seventeen Magazine.
For the first time ever, the seventy-four-year-old publication chose a Christian film to top their “7 Most Romantic Movies Premiering in 2020.”
Named and based after Camp’s powerful song “I Still Believe,” the biopic details the heartbreaking story behind the song. You can listen to it here.
The powerful chorus reads:
“I still believe in Your faithfulness
I still believe in Your truth
I still believe in Your holy word
Even when I don’t see, I still believe.”
“I Still Believe,” tells the story of Award-winning Christian singer Jeremy Camp and his marriage to Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp. Less than a year after the two wed, Melissa lost her battle with ovarian cancer and passed away.
Jasmine Gomez of Seventeen Magazine wrote, “Riverdale’s K.J. Apa stars in this romantic movie about singer/songwriter Jeremy Camp. The movie follows Jeremy’s life, including his marriage to his first wife, Melissa. Melissa was diagnosed with ovarian cancer just before they were married, but the pair continued on with their relationship through Melissa’s illness.”
“I Still Believe” is packed with a star-studded cast including Riverdale’s K.J. Apa, actress Britt Robertson, and singer Shania Twain.
The film was produced by Studio Kingdom, the Erwin brother’s new studio that was formed in partnership with Lionsgate. Jon Erwin and Andrew Erwin 8 who directed “I Can Only Imagine,” which grossed $83.5 million with a production budget of $7 million.
You can watch the trailer for “I Still Believe” below, and buy tickets to see it in theatres here.