Ariel Armstrong

Ariel Armstrong

Single Ray of Hope and Master of Peace Productions
Director, Producer and Screenwriter

Hollywood, California

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June 2015
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About Ariel

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Click to edit position titleCEO, Writer/Producer/Director
Click to edit company nameSROH Productions
Click to edit position time period, followed by position location nameSeptember 2006 – Present (9 years 2 months)Hollywood, CA
Click to edit position description“Lost Angels” is a poignant short film about the journey of a young woman called to the “city of angels”, Los Angeles. She is tested through series of trials and encounters wih those who are broken, disheartened, and seem hopeless.

She helps those in need and are broken. Yet, through her own former brokenness, she is incapable of achieving success. Can she overcome her challenges and let God reach her and bring her to becoming an overcomer in Him?
The film project premiered in Burbank California at the 2012 168 Film Festival. This was a type of “survivor” filmmaker contest! 168 hours - One week to write script, 3 days of shooting, 3 days to edit and submit in final form.

Starring T’Keyah Keyamah(“That’s S Raven, Cosby Show, Living Color), and newcomer Leslie Kunz. Single Ray of Hope Ministries produced this film. Ariel Armstrong, a first time filmmaker, was the director, writer and producer.

Lost Angels went on to appear in several film festivals. Lost Angles won an award for “Redemptive Storytelling” at the Redemption Film Festival held at Regent University.

Unique traits: I'm an encourager. I like to be around other passionate people and love to colloborate with others.



  • Lost Angels

    Lost Angels (2012)
    Film (short) Writer, Producer, Director


  • Redemptive Storytelling Award

  • Kingdomwood Film Festival winner


  • George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

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