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Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival

by Nicole Johnson
(Lithonia, GA)

Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival

Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival

October 1-3, 2010. Atlanta, GA. The Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival (thereinafter Kingdomwood) is a 501c3 corporation. Kingdomwood is a (3) three day event showcasing films that inspire, educate and promote faith based values. The festival will offer screenings, workshops, forums and panels and official awards program as well as a special youth component targeting aspiring filmmakers. Pre and Post reception gala will also be included in the event activities. Please review our website at to learn more about our programs.

•The Festival will benefit filmmakers by allowing them to debut films to a receptive group of filmgoers.
•Film enthusiasts have the rare opportunity to meet artists who work in front of and behind the cameras, allowing an extraordinary glimpse into the world of film.
•Film festival is not limited to people in the movie industry – anyone who enjoys movies will benefit from the festival experience.
•The festival offers films in such diverse categories as drama, documentary, music, comedy and an open category for films that don’t conveniently fall into other categories.
•Although the KCFF receives hundreds of submissions each year, a panel of jurors views and selects what are considered to be the best films. The festival will offer up a variety of films this year – all handpicked from the many films submitted. The schedule is arranged so that festival goers may attend the screening of all films if they’d like.
•Premieres of the best cutting-edge movies.
•A blissful mix of industry parties and special events.
•A star studded-packed attendee list.
•Opening and Closing red carpet events.

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