Role: Jack Harriman
Release: 2015
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DIVINE ACCESS is equal parts comedy and drama.  Set in the south, it’s a road movie, a buddy picture and an often sweet, thought-provoking story of redemption. 

Jack Harriman (Billy Burke) has seen it all.  Keenly aware of Jack’s penchant for discrediting religious zealots, Jack is asked to join a cable access television show produced by his friend Bob McCord (Patrick Warburton).   After humiliating the current host of the show, the Reverend Guy Roy Davis (Gary Cole), Jack’s popularity turns him into a spiritual celebrity and he takes to the road on a multi-city speaking tour accompanied by Nigel a self-proclaimed “catcher” (Joel David Moore).   Along the way Jack and Nigel are joined by Amber (Dora Madison), a down on her luck call-girl, and Marian (Sarah Shahi), an enigmatic beauty who challenges Jack’s beliefs and questions whether he has some deeper calling. 

Forces both natural and supernatural lead Jack on a journey to discover his own spiritual truth, culminating in a final showdown with Guy Roy.  Ultimately, DIVINE ACCESS is a story of family, friendship and faith.

Director: Steven Chester Prince
Writers: Michael Zagst, John A O’Connell & Steve Chester Prince
Producers: Kevin Matusow, Carissa Buffel, Billy Burke, Steven Chester Prince, Terry G. Jones
Executive Producers: Clay Glendenning, Jeffrey Way
Line Producer: Amy Soto
Director of Photography:  Julie Kirkwood
Production Designer:  Wiley Fowler
Editor:  Kindra Marra
Music Supervisor:  David Claassen
Music Composer:  Casey MacPherson
Casting Director: Michelle Lewitt


2015 – Sarasota Film Festival, Narrative Feature Film Competition: Steven Chester Prince, nominated
2022 – Filming Italy Sardegna Festival, Variety Choice: winner


The Bottom Line: Burke has his best role to date in this low-key gem.
“A sharp and funny satire about self-proclaimed spiritual gurus, Steven Chester Prince’s directorial debut presents the story of a cynical man who undergoes his own spiritual crisis while becoming sizzling hot on the lecture circuit.”

DIFF 2015 Movie Review: Divine Access asks “What do you believe in?”
“Billy Burke delivers a subtle and nuanced performance while also being downright cynical and funny.”

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