Film Making Career
Assassin 33 A.D.
Ram Goldstein and the greatest minds across the world are employed to create a matter transfer machine. But the Institute is really a covert organization funded by Extremists. Ram accidentally stumbles upon the secret agenda, but the same day, he succeeds in transferring matter and accidentally creates the world’s first time machine. Ram refuses to share the code so the extremists kill Ram’s parents and threatens to torture his friends.
Ram gives in and agrees to build the time machine. As soon as it is finished, Extremists sends a group of assassins on the ultimate Jihad by killing Jesus and his disciples before his resurrection.
Ram along with his genius team; commandeer the time machine and race back in time in an attempt to changed time back before it re-writes itself. They fail to change the assassination of Jesus and must return to the future were they are killed, but not before they warn their original selves in the previous timeline.
Now the original Ram and his team must transfer to back 33 A.D., to kill the assassins, save Jesus and restore the timeline. All hell breaks loose as Ram and his group battle the extremists to save Jesus. Both groups become part of the new time line as they interact with Biblical characters and get caught up history.
Assassin 33 A.D. is scheduled to open January 24th, 2020 at theaters across the United States.
- Jim has received over 100 awards in screenplay competitions across the world.. It has won more awards than any other screenplay in film festivals and contests around the world. Here are just a few:
|Award Winner – Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival||Atlana, GA, USA|
|Award Winner – International Independent Film Awards||Encino, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Calcutta International Cult Film Festival||Calcutta, Kolkata, West Begal, India|
|Award Winner – Oregon Film Awards||Oregon, USA|
|Award Winner – Go Independent DC Film Awards||Alexandria, VA|
|Award Winner – Summer Slam Film Festival||Freeport, TX, USA|
|Award Winner – Film Playoff Awards||USA|
|Award Winner – North America Film Award||North America, USA|
|Award Winner – Mindfield Film Festival – Los Angeles||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Mexico international Film Festival||Mexico|
|Award Winner – Orlando Urban Film Festival||Orlando, FL, USA|
|Award Winner – Los Angeles Film Awards||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Silver Screen FilmFest||Unknown|
|Award Winner – European Cinematography Film Festival||Warsaw, Europe|
|Award Winner – Worldfest Houston International Independent Film Festival||Houston, TX, USA|
|Award Winner – Influx Magazine Film Awards||Huntington Beach, CA|
|Award Winner – Mindfield Film Festival – Albuquerque||Albuquerque, NM, USA|
|Award Winner – Honolulu Film Awards||Honolulu, HA, USA|
|Award Winner – AAB International Film Festival||Mog, Punjab, India|
|Award Winner – Virgin Spring Cinefest||Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
|Award Winner – Barcelona Film Festival||Barcelona, Spain|
|Award Winner – Copenhagen Film Festival – Best Writer||Kobenhavn, K Copenhagen, Denmark, Sweden|
|Award Winner – Hollywood Now Film Festival||Burbank, CA|
|Award Winner – London Independent Film Awards||London, England|
|Award Winner – Indie Gathering – Runner Up||Cleveland, OH|
|Award Winner – iHolly Next Generation Film Festival – Kudos||CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Go Independent Film Festival LA||VA, USA|
|Award Winner – Phoenix Festival Melbourne – Best Script||Melbourne, Austria|
|Award Winner – European Independent Film Award||Europe|
|Award Winner – Las Vegas International Screenwriting Competition||Las Vegas, NV, USA|
|Award Winner – Canadian Diversity Film Festival||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Award Winner – Headline International Film Festival||Canada|
|Award Winner – California Film Awards – Gold Award||San Diego, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Christian Film Festival||Newport News, VA, USA|
|Award Winner – Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Award Winner – Mountain Film Festival||CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Yosemite Film Festival||Yosemite, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – West Texas Film Festival||Midland, TX USA|
|Award Winner – New York Los Angeles International Film Festival||NY, USA|
|Award Winner – IndieFEST Film Festival||La Jolla, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Chandler International Film Festival||Chandler, AZ, USA|
|Award Winner – Best Film Awards||Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania|
|Award Winner – Atlantic City Cinefest||Margate, NJ, USA|
|Award Winner – Colortape International Film Festival||Brisbane, QLD, Austria|
|Award Winner – Hollywood Boulevard Film Festival||Hollywood, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Warsaw Independent Film Festival||Warsaw, Poland|
|Award Winner – Fall Feature Script Competition||Roseville, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – The Film Awards – Best Screenplay||USA|
|Award Winner – Los Angeles Film and Script Festival||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Colorado Film International Festival||Wheat Ridge, CO, USA|
|Award Winner – Los Angeles Independent Film Festival||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Nevada Film Festival||Las Vegas, NV, USA|
|Award Winner – New York Chautauqua International Film Festival||New York, USA|
|Award Winner – London Film Awards||London, England|
|Award Winner – Filmstrip International Film Festival||Romania|
|Award Winner – Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Los Angeles Reel Film Festival||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Edinburgh Screenwriting Contest – Grand Winner Scottland||Edinburgh, Scottland|
|Award Winner – Shutter Speed Film Festival||Arlington, TX|
|Award Winner – Headline International Film Festival||Canada|
|Award Winner – IIPMF||Unknown|
|Award Winner – Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest||Bevely Hill, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – American Movie Award||USA|
|Award Winner – Reel Authors||USA|
|Award Winner – Los Angeles Screenplay Contest||LA, CA, USA|
|Award Winner – Alaska International Film Awards||Alaska, USA|
|Award Winner – Las Vegas Screenplay Contest||Las Vegas, NV, USA|
|Award Winner – World Series of Screenwriting||USA|
Evil Behind You
In 2006, Jim Carroll produced and directed the faith-based horror movie, “Evil Behind You”. The movie was released on DVD and is currently available in all major retail outlets. You can find information on this movie at Evil Behind You. Because “Evil Behind You” was a low budget movie and the majority of the cast and crew were college students, it is lacking in many areas. But for the amount of money spent, Jim claims it’s a masterpiece.
Jim Carroll has had three published books. “Cover of Darkness”, which is an faith-based, end-time thriller, was published by Huntington House and became their best-selling novel in 1990. In 1992, Huntington House published Jim’s novel, “Angel Vision.” “Angel Vision” is about a group of people trapped in the spiritual realm.
Jim’s third book, “Hollywood Dating Blunders”, was published by Skyward Publishing in 2001. It is a “How to have a healthy approach to dating” book from a faith-based perspective. Jim used his experience teaching Sunday school in a singles department over a five year span to come up with the principles in the book.
In 2010, Jim Carroll and Chris George began their musical collaboration when Jim approached Chris about doing the scores for his upcoming movie project, Flash Lee and Black Easter.
Since then they both began contributing ideas and melodies to the project which eventually shaped itself into a large set of songs – big, epic themes in many different movie genres.
They decided to collect these songs into several albums and have continued doing this unique arrangement today. Their albums and songs can be found through many digital music retailers including iTunes, Amazon mp3, Rhapsody, and Napster, to name a few.
Jim has tinkered with other businesses throughout his life time. Some of the notables are Cool Cola. Jim created a vitamin infused soft drink that had fewer calories than Pepsi and Coke, while beating both products in a taste test. Unfortunately, the product was bought off the cola shelves by the competitors and landed in the health food section.
Jim also created the first over the counter teeth whitener. Miracle Smile took the ingredients that dentists used to whiten teeth, and became the leader in home teeth whitening kits. However, the FDA ruled that it was an over the counter drug and forced the destruction of over a million dollars worth of product or criminal prosecution. Two weeks after all the product was destroyed, the FDA sent a letter and said Jim could continue selling the product, but that the FDA could change their mind at any time. Jim felt like he was strong armed by the government and dentists lobbyists. He sued the government for damages and lost.