'Once I Was a Beehive' Gets National Release

by | Aug. 28, 2015

Mormon Life

MR says: Find out why a Catholic produced the film "Once I Was a Beehive" or what a nonmember learned from starring in the film. Or, learn why critics are calling "Once I Was a Beehive" a must-see and the best Mormon comedy to date.

Main Dog Productions’ faith-based family comedy “Once I Was a Beehive” has been set for a nationwide release next month by Purdie Distribution, Variety has learned exclusively.

Main Dog, led by director-producer Maclain Nelson, has also signed a deal with Samuel Goldwyn Films for digital and streaming later this year.

“Beehive” has launched theatrically in more than a dozen cities in Utah, where it was shot. Purdie handled 2013’s “The Saratov Approach,” the real-life story of two Mormon missionaries who were kidnapped and tortured in Russia in 1998, and saw domestic grosses top $2.1 million.

Find out which cities will carry "Once I Was a Beehive" here.

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