Film producer Brian Ivie and Focus on the Family's Kelly Rosati discuss the upcoming movie The Drop Box, a moving documentary about a South Korean pastor who has rescued hundreds of abandoned babies, many of whom have disabilities.
Brian Ivie is the award-winning director of The Drop Box and co-founder of Kindred Image, an organization committed to raising awareness of the life-saving work of Pastor Lee Jong-rak at Jusarang Community Church in Seoul, South Korea. Brian served as a second unit director on Focus on the Family’s first documentary film, Irreplaceable. He is also a published film critic and recreational songwriter.
Kelly Rosati is the Focus on the Family Vice President of Advocacy for Children, where she serves as the ministry spokesperson on child advocacy issues. She oversees efforts that include the Adoption and Orphan Care Initiative, Option Ultrasound and community care outreach. Prior to joining Focus, Kelly served as the executive director of Hawaii Family Forum where she advocated for Hawaii's children and families in the legislature and media. She is a frequent public speaker on the topics of the sanctity of human life and adoption and orphan care, and has been featured in various media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, The Denver Post and New York Daily News. Kelly and her husband have four children.