God works in many places and in many ways.
The FilmFest is your chance to see what God’s way looks like in other people’s journey.
- Discover a world that is not your own.
- Learn about other cultures and areas of Global need.
- Celebrate the artistry and talent that God has given Christian artists.
The FilmFest is held in a 320-seat venue and features multiple programs, including short and full length films.
Weekend Passes (admission to all screenings) are $12.00, Single Screenings are $5.00.
More info coming soon…
Friday, January 29th
- 8:50 PM
THE SEREER; DESPERATELY TRYING TO PLEASE GOD
Explore the culture, the lifestyle, and the beliefs of the Sereer tribe in Senegal, West Africa. See how the gospel of Christ is transforming lives.
Saturday, January 30th
OPEN: MIND, EYES, HEART
An artist is blindsided by the abortion debate soon after learning his mother took “morning-after” pills around the time of his conception. This personal narrative takes an eye-opening glimpse into John Hetherington’s relentless, twenty-year journey through the abortion debate.
- 1:00 PM
Polycarp was a second-century Church Father and prominent in the lives of his fellow Christians as pastor of the church in Smyrna. See his inspirational story come to life in this compelling drama.
Dineke is living in a new world, vastly different from her homeland in the Netherlands. She and husband Klaas are right in the thick of it, learning a new language and culture. This life can be daunting. In Something New, Dineke shares her fresh perspective just three months into their incredible venture in South Asia.
- 3:00 PM
BETWEEN THE SHOE AND A ROOF
Journey with an international team of Regent College students as they travel with Professor Diane Stinton to Nairobi, Kenya, to explore one pressing question: “How do we live in that challenging place where the gospel and culture meet?”
- 5:00 PM
Watch the inspiring and true story of a Midwestern basketball family that, with God’s help, stayed in the game and won. When promising high school basketball player Eric “Hoovey” Elliott collapses on the court, doctors discover a life-threatening brain tumor. Hoovey will survive the high-risk surgery, but at what cost?
Sunday, January 31st
JOURNEY TO REDEMPTION
Turks’ and Armenians’ unfolding story of reconciliation…
How reclaiming broken pieces of pottery teach a story that we all are in need of restoration.
BAD LEGS – ELINOR, A MISSIONARY STORY
Elinor Young almost died from polio when she was five, and answered God’s call to serve as a missionary. Experience Elinor’s story and God’s love to a people half a world away.
POOR WISE MAN
Poor Wise Man is God’s incredible story of bringing to light the challenges and joys associated with discipleship in the global slums these past 40 years. Narrated by Viv Grigg – Associate Professor; International MA in Transformational Urban Leadership at azusa Pacific University.
Stay tuned for the 2017 FilmFest submission information.