“Walking With God” (EXCLUSIVE) Interview with Lois Banks

2024 March 16

“Walking With God” (EXCLUSIVE) Interview with Lois Banks

-Who is Lois Banks?

Lois Banks is a mother to Charlton, Candace, Michael, and Ashley. She is a grandmother, and recently a great grandmother. Lois is a licensed nurse of 30 years in the state of Michigan. She owns a health company called, CCMA Caring Hands Home Care Agency where she teaches the world how to take excellent care of their health.

What inspired you to become a Filmmaker?

Gifted in writing and sharing stories filled with true life lessons, Lois, authored four books and wrote her first movie entitled, Walking With God, where she directed, and executive produced her movie in the state of Michigan.

Do you think the cinema can bring a change in the society?

The vision in film is to educate people, bring healing to the world, and to entertain in the movie industry. For many years, Ms. Banks kept powerful stories about her relationship with God to herself until she was challenged to be transparent, come out of her comfort zone, and share her wealth of knowledge with the world. The topic of the movie was written in book format first and then the book was made into a movie.

What would you change in the world?

Helping people is the motivation behind everything that Lois does. And she lives a full life of serving humanity in every area of life. Ms. Banks definitely believes that the cinema can be a tool to bring a positive change to society and she purposed in her heart to send a message of love and hope to the world with her film. Walking With God is already making positive changes in society, receiving positive responses globally and winning awards in many countries globally. Dubai, India, Europe, Israel, and many film festivals globally shared positive feedback about the movie, Walking With God, and sent awards to express how the film captivated audiences globally and in a positive manner.

Where do you see the film industry going in the next 100 years?

I hope the film industry will be used as a positive tool to educate, heal, and to entertain globally in the next 100 years.