Revelations Entertainment is an independent movie production company founded by actor Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary in 1996 with a mission to "reveal truth." The company is known for producing thought-provoking entertainment that has artistic integrity and soul.
In 2006, Revelations became the first film production company in history to distribute a film (10 Items or Less) online while the movie was still playing in theaters. This was achieved by using ClickStar (also founded by Freeman and McCreary as a joint venture with Intel Corporation) as their online distribution site.
- Bopha! (1993)
- Mutiny (1999)
- Under Suspicion (2000)
- Along Came a Spider (2001)
- Levity (2003)
- 10 Items or Less (2006)
- The Contract (2006)
- Invictus (2009)
- Feast of Love (2007)
- Thick as Thieves (2009)
- The Maiden Heist (2009)
- Curiosity: Season 1, Episode 5 - Is There a Parallel Universe? (4 Sep. 2011)
- Through The Wormhole (Discovery Science Channel TV Series 2010-2015) Seasons 1 to 6
- Madam Secretary (CBS, 2014-present) (TV) Seasons 1 to 4
- The Magic of Belle Isle (2012)
- 2012 Image Control Assessment Series (2012)
- Stem Cell Universe with Stephen Hawking (2014) (TV)
- "Man vs. the Universe" (2014)
- 5 Flights Up (2014)
- The Story of God with Morgan Freeman (2016)
- The Story of Us with Morgan Freeman (2017)
In 2009 Revelations Entertainment signed on to financially back Digiboo, a digital Kiosk company. Digiboo’s touch-screen kiosks can hold more than 1,000 movie and TV shows, which can be downloaded to USB 3.0 flash devices within a minute. Revelations Digital CEO Samuel Edge will serve as the chief technology officer at Digiboo.
- Longwell, Todd (2017-12-07). "Morgan Freeman's Biggest Revelation: He Could Shape His Own Destiny". Variety. Retrieved 2017-12-14.
- Ahrens, Frank (2006-11-29). "A Start-Up Fueled by Star Power". ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2017-12-15.
- Digiboo delivers movie kiosks at the mall; Star Tribune; Steve Alexander; October 11, 2012
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