Atlas Distribution Company To Theatrically Distribute Pastor’s Kid in the U.S.

LOS ANGELES, CA, March 12, 2024 /24-7PressRelease/ — Atlas Distribution Company announced today the upcoming theatrical release of 1988 Films’ “Pastor’s Kid”. This captivating film, directed by Benjamin Ironside Koppin and produced by Kristin Koppin, Natalie Pohorski, and Hal Batterman, is scheduled to hit theaters nationwide on March 15, 2024.

“Pastor’s Kid” delves into the compelling true story of college student Riley, who embarks on a transformative journey of self-discovery after confronting years of abuse and religious hypocrisy. The film tackles complex themes of confronting the past, forgiveness, and healing, offering audiences a raw and emotional experience.

“We’re honored to bring ‘Pastor’s Kid’ to the big screen,” said Harmon Kaslow, President of Atlas Distribution Company. “The film explores themes of courage, faith, and redemption in a way that is both relatable and deeply moving. Audiences are sure to be inspired by Riley’s journey and her strength.”

“We are incredibly fortunate to collaborate with Atlas Distribution Company,” said Benjamin Ironside Koppin of 1988 Films. “Atlas’ expertise and industry connections have been instrumental in securing vital placements for ‘Pastor’s Kid’ in the most prestigious theaters across the country.”

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About Atlas Distribution Company
Atlas Distribution Company is a leading U.S. film distributor having theatrically released more than 40 titles. Atlas leverages CinemaCloudWorks, a proprietary technology platform offering independent filmmakers access to studio-level tools and analytics to help ensure a successful theatrical release. CinemaCloudWorks has empowered over 1200 films since its launch. For more information about Atlas Distribution Company please visit

About 1988 Films
1988 Films specializes in the production and release of films that offer a distinct perspective with a focus on intimate, character-driven narratives that explore underrepresented viewpoints within our contemporary society.

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