Press Release: 2015 Great Lakes Christian Film Festival #GLCFF @bolbuffalo

South Buffalo to host first ever Christian Film Festival in WNY

Buffalo, NY (July 8, 2015) – The 2015 “Great Lakes Christian Film Festival” will be hosted at Bread of Life Church, 1638 South Park Ave, Buffalo, NY 14220 between Sunday August 16th – Wednesday August 19th, 2015.  The festival will feature over 50 films from around the world, representing over 10 countries, screening feature films, shorts films, documentaries, and music videos, as well as, many up and coming film trailers. The festival is open to the public and offers an array of subject material for any viewer, from Action and Drama, to Animation and Biographies, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Opening Night at 6pm will be the Buffalo Premiere of the highly acclaimed feature film “Adrenaline” starring John Schneider, Michael Rosander, Myke Holmes, Gregory Alan Williams, Buffalo’s own Charlene Amoia, and directed by Joseph Simpkins.


Monday night at 6pm will be the red carpet Buffalo Premiere of award winning drama “The Sparrows: Nesting” starring Kevin Sorbo, Christopher Atkins, James DuVall, Nicole Criss, Judy Norton, Terri Minton, Valenzia Algarin, and directed by Nancy Criss and Josh Hodgins.


Festival Executive Director Shawn Greene began the planning stages for the Great Lakes Christian Film Festival in May of 2014 and began the submissions process in November 2014. Since then, over 90 films from around the globe were submitted in hopes of being selected, but just over 50 were chosen.

Walk-up registration begins Sunday August 16th from 3pm to 6pm for only $45 for all 4 days. Individual blocks of 2 hours are $4. Registration is open online now at a discounted rate $35 until August 9th.

Information for the entire festival, including accommodations, tickets, and sponsorship opportunities, is on the official website:


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