Pre-Release Feature Screening at 168 Film Festival
The 168 Film Festival is THIS WEEKEND August 20 – 21, 2016.
The 168 Film Festival is the crown jewel of the 168 year, where the filmmaker is the star. It's a glitzy, red carpet affair featuring artists from around the world. The 70-foot screen is stunning at the world-class Regal Cinemas Premiere House at L.A. LIVE. This is where Hollywood goes to premiere, featuring stadium seating, dedicated premiere lobby and grand staircase! Witness the power of God’s Word on screen.
168 FILM FESTIVAL FEATURE FILM SNEAK PREVIEW:
Saturday Aug. 20 at 7pm:
"I'm Not Ashamed"
Screening Sat. Aug 20, 7pm
The inspiring true story of Rachel Joy Scott and the 1999 tragedy at Columbine High School. When her hopes and dreams seemed to end, God was just getting started. Starring Ben Davies, Nancy Stafford, Jennifer O'Neill, Matthew Schuler, Jaci Velasquez, and Masey McLain, as Rachel).
168 Film Festival Schedule
Aug. 20-21 (Sat.- Sun.) at Regal Cinemas LA LIVE
Downtown Los Angeles
The 168 Film Festival is a short film exhibition entirely based on foundational Bible scriptures. Over 1,000 short films have been produced worldwide since 2003. Take a peek to learn about the films that are screening. Bring friends, neighbors and family, who's lives will be touched by these great films based God's Word! You will see tremendous artistry on the 70' screen.
Saturday, Aug. 20:
10 am 168 Kids Screening and Kids Red Carpet:
Special thanks to our partner The Salvation Army. Come cheer for up to 300 disadvantaged kids as they take pics on the Red Carpet. Their smile is the biggest award at the festival!
7pm Feature Film Presentation
"I'm Not Ashamed,"the inspiring true story of Rachel Joy Scott and the tragedy at Columbine High School. When her hopes and dreams seemed to end, God was just getting started. Starring Ben Davies, Nancy Stafford, Jennifer O'Neill, Matthew Schuler, Jaci Velasquez, and Masey McLain, as Rachel).
Sunday, Aug. 21:
1:30 - 2:45pm "Profession of Faith: Working in the Media." Christian Worldview Entertainment is increasingly less familiar to the general audience. We will discuss logistics and best practices for productions in this genre.
Guests: Rick Bonn, Head of Development & Acquisitions at Pure Flix Entertainment, Dave Alan Johnson, Writer/Producer, Nikki Hevesy, VP of Media Strategy at ACT Hollywood and moderator John David Ware, Writer/Director and Founder of 168 Film
8:15 Awards Show