LOREN SMALL is an independent media producer based in Nashville, Tennessee. After graduating from college with a bachelor’s degree in Film Production, Loren spent five years editing and producing for The Worship Network, a production company and television network that operated a digital television channel in 54 television markets as part of ION’s (formerly PAX TV) digital programming lineup. His work there won more than 25 Telly Awards, was seen in over 70 million households, and pulled market share that rivaled many other major cable networks.
After leaving Worship, Loren began working as an independent producer. His clients have included Five Points ICT, Bent Tree Bible Fellowship, Takoma Regional Hospital, The Worship Network, Holston United Methodist Home for Children, Peoria Seventh-day Adventist Church, The Lincoln Project, Southern Adventist University, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, A Different View Attraction Consultants, and The National Park Service.
In addition to providing production services to clients, Loren has been active in the world of film. Two previous films, Abraham Lincoln’s Faith and Lincoln and Emancipation (which he directed and co-produced with brother Chris), can be purchased online through The Lincoln Project or at local Adventist Book Centers across the U.S. He can also be heard as the co-host of a weekly podcast called Movies You Should Love, where he discusses film theory and history, detailing why great films are considered classics.