Hope Movie Teaser 2015

Hope Movie Trailer 2015

The Story

Hope a Charles Irving Film is the story of young man who hits rock bottom and nowhere to turn. With the loss of all hope, desire and motivation. He is slowly build back up through faith and trust in God.

Andrew & Tina

Enjoying the Good times at a family celebration

Andrew & John

Andrew seeks Hope through his friendship with John.


Andrew gets guidance from an unexpected visitor

Tina & Derrick

Derrick escorts Tina to Sunday Service


Melissa is concerned about her mom and dad.

Andrew & Grandma

Grandma enlightens Andrew with a story from the Bible

Charles Irving

Executive Producer, Writer and Co-Director

Charles Irving CEO and Director of Irving Films & Production NEVER QUIT, the movie is one of three faith based films written and produced by Mr. Irving. The NEVER QUIT, film is understandable: A quitter never wins and a winner never quits.’ HOPE is the second film is about a young man named, Andrew, who is faced with many hardships but he never gives up HOPE. A third film which is planned to begin this summer, called ‘A TRUE EXAMPLE.’  In this film, a young man is faced with the tragic loss of family, forced to stay in a town among immoral surroundings, but vows to stay true to his upbringing and be ’A TRUE EXAMPLE.’ Irving has also produced others films, ‘Hollywood Hills’, Be My Teacher, Border Break, The Day, A Broken Hart, Concrete and Cartwheels and Urban Shakedown. In addition, Irving has been featured in C47 Houston, EMPOWER magazine as well as featured on FOX news with the now released movie, ‘Border Break’. Irving believes that now is the time to reach out to people with a positive message, so when they leave the movie, they leave encouraged. – See more at: 

Lakisha R. Lemons

Director and Producer

Lakisha R. Lemons is the sole founder of LL Productions, LLC; a Texas based Film/TV Production Company on the rise. With title releases that include the controversial “Be My Teacher”, the Christian based film “Hope” and the urban television comedy “Hollywood Hills”. Most recently, she wrote, directed, and produced the controversial film “Border Break”, the true story of young coed Janet Taylor who went away for Spring Break and never returned, exploring the realities of human trafficking and law enforcement. Border Break premiered to a sold out audience in Houston, TX in 2012 at AMC Studio Theatre. In recent events with the film it has been picked up for distribution set for a fall 2013 release foreign and domestic.  – See more at: