“Centuries Collide” Mini-Series Starts Production in Oklahoma


Tulsa’s own Impact Productions, in association with the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO), is proud to announce the beginning of principal photography of the television mini-series “Centuries Collide”, which will start production on July 7, 2020.

“Centuries Collide”, a mini-series developed by Impact Productions, will be uncovering the surprising Christian origins of modern products, ideas, or technology that shape our world today. The pilot for “Centuries Collide” was filmed in Tulsa in December 2019, and focused on Martin Luther’s “95 Theses” and its lasting impact in the digital age. The full series will include other historical figures such as Joan of Arc, Johannes Gutenberg and St. Patrick, and will explain how their actions helped create our modern world.

“After months of quarantine and lockdown, it’s exciting to finally be in pre-production on our new show, ‘Centuries Collide’,” said producer Micah Barnard. “It’s especially great knowing we can make a positive impact on the local economy by basing our production here in Tulsa and working with such an amazing team of Oklahomans.”

“We are so excited to be shooting episodic content in Oklahoma. It’s a great opportunity to show off our state for the industry.” said Jonathan Coussens, writer/director at Impact Productions.

“We are always thrilled when a successful pilot blossoms into a full series,” said OF+MO Director Tava Maloy Sofsky. “It is even more exciting that this mini-series is entirely crewed by Oklahomans and Oklahoma expatriates. This project is one of the reasons the Oklahoma film economy is bouncing back even stronger than before.”

For more information about the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program, visit okfilmmusic.org.


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