Thank you to the Southern Illinoisan for our first front page story on our short film "The Tenth". Looking forward to the the festival in May. https://thesouthern.com/news/local/watch-now-southern-illinois-natives-short-film-chosen-for-christian-film-fest/article_3b888b59-a3eb-54c7-bee3-0b9649f82a04.html?utm_campaign=snd-autopilot&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_The_Southern_Illinoisan&fbclid=IwAR2F6n90ugA9_nJgzgKau0GUv-eBKYlAyjpBR0RJkCXcD-vlchhDXefsQJk
Kaleb and Kyler Cook are twin brother creatives who grew up between cornfields in the middle of nowhere. They love elevating the art of storytelling. Their backgrounds include 1st place wins in collegiate national storytelling competitions, stand up comedy, music production, and fantasy fiction novel writing. That’s just a list of things. Things like these mean nothing unless they create something meaningful. Kyler Cook has a Master’s Degree in Communications and Creative Writing, and Kaleb Cook has a dual bachelor’s degree in Film and Marketing which is pretty surprising because they were born premature and diagnosed with ADHD at the sprouting age of 5. These things are just a list of things, though. Honestly, you want art. You want it to be great. You dare to dream of faith-based art that reminds you God is close. Now, one decade later, they are pushing into a new version of the same world they’ve succeeded in many times. Inspired by other creatives inhabiting the Christian and faith-based cinema landscape, they intend to bring stories to life that will inspire, encourage and build faith. Twinbolt was born out of a desire to twist and shift stories like glass-blowers and shadow-spinners. Like wind-sitters and seed-spitting sword-stabbers. Twinbolt is like sunsets, seashores, gleaming gold, and bee swarms. Twinbolt desire is to make you feel, remember, and enjoy. To take you somewhere. To leave you there. To make you wonder. To make you pick up your phone and call someone immediately and say, “You have to see this.” That’s Twinbolt Media.