Animation

Sun Swing Media Company’s primary operation include an animation house for the production of moral-based media entertainment. Check out our current and proposed project line-up!

The Friend Magazine Series

Excited to bring the stories from the Friend magazine to life, Sun Swing Media has hand-picked selected stories for production into short animated  films. The Friend, a publication of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, focuses on stories that highlight children living the Gospel of Jesus Christ in their everyday home and family surroundings.  Family interactions and good friends’ support at critical moments of choice, which are the focus of these stories, show young viewers the joys of living a good life.

Production on these short films has already begun and will be made available for download in iPod video format as they are completed.

  • A Gift for KathrynIn Production
    An classmate’s sudden absence from school sparks Susan’s interest in wanting to do some for her.
  • The DecisionCompleted, On Sale Now! 
    Three friends happen across a pornographic magazine, but choose to give it to their mom instead for ice cream sandwiches.
  • The Do-Gooders ClubIn Development
    Two friends discover that through they attend different churches they can have fun together serving those around them.
  • More to be announced soon – Pending Author Releases

Happiness

(Proposed)
When founded upon the Gospel of Jesus Christ, creating and raising a family is anything but a common experience.  Happiness will cover the life span of one family’s life in modern Latin-America. While not so removed from the cares and challenges of a modern world, they  are also able, by living the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to  create an abundance of beautiful experiences in a not-so-materialistic society.  “Happiness in family life is most likely to be achieved when founded upon the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ.”

Benson, Apostle

(Proposed)
In the dead of winter 1945-46, Elder Ezra Taft Benson received an unprecedented assignment in the immediate aftermath of World War II: Go to Europe and re-establish connections with the Saints (members of the LDS Church). Accompanied by the young Fredrick  Babbel,  Elder Benson left behind a young family, to accomplish the impossible.  The story is one of profound faith in what was later dubbed “a mission of mercy” at a critical time where transportation seemed impossible and resources unavailable.