Praise for Cagin of Chrysaint


“I admired the fact that you were clearly shooting for the moon by doing a period piece in the South! Very impressed! I also understand the limitations of the DIY film making school. I was very interested and impressed by what you’ve done.”

- E. K. Meyers, Filmmaker


“ It is Better than TWILIGHT…  I watched the DVD it as soon as I opened it. Loved it!  #1 Fan!”

 - Gulf Wars XXX Medieval Movie Night Enthusiast, A. Warren, Blogger

 “I thought I would let you know how much Faith and I enjoyed CAGIN OF CHRYSAINT! It was awesome! You did so much with so little! I was very impressed with Carrie Leigh Harris. She was brilliant. I do feel she could make the transition easily to Hollywood! I am no movie critic but this has a lot of substance.”  

C. Stanley, Fan & Blogger


“The movie was great!  Thanks for such a great night.  The boys had a blast. You did an awesome job, and we really enjoyed the film.” 

- L. O’Mary, Fan & Blogger 


See the Promotional Blog by Golden Boy Films:

Press: Hattiesburg filmmaker discusses “Cagin of Chrysaint”

Hattiesburg filmmaker discusses “Cagin of Chrysaint”
By Colleen Donovan, WDAM Channel 7 Mississippi News

Starting on Tuesday, you can purchase a movie that was written, directed and produced by a Pine Belt native and it was also filmed locally.

The picture is called “Cagin of Chrysaint,” and it tells the story of a young Christian princess named Cagin, who is burdened by a romantic dilemma.

In addition to that, her medieval village is coping with being a recently converted Christian community. Actress Carrie Leigh Harris of Lucedale portrays the title character of Cagin.

Harris talked about the movies success so far. She said, “I’m super excited. It’s gone way beyond my expectations. I took it on as a fun project and it’s blown into this huge deal, something that I don’t think any of us expected.”

The film’s story is the brainchild of a 2005 graduate of Southern Miss, Dana Elise. The Hattiesburg native first started working on the project as a Southern Miss student, but in 2008 filming the final version began and it wrapped up last spring.

The film is being marketed and distributed by URC Media Studios. “Cagin of Chrysaint” is the first Christian film the studio has promoted, and that is important to Elise.

Elise said, “You know why leave God out of the movies. He is out of a lot of movies now and the Christian audience is hungry for more Christian films, and it is an industry that is growing and needs to grow and I am definitely going to stay with Christian material for the rest of my life and I will not do anything else.”

If you would like to watch “Cagin of Chrysaint” you can pick it up at Walmart stores or by logging onto