Aaron Kamp (Director)

Aaron Kamp is one of Australia’s premiere filmmakers getting notoriety around the globe for his superior productions. He has won several awards in film festivals in the US including the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles and the Great Lakes Christian Film Festival in Buffalo, NY.

Aaron’s love of filmmaking began at an early age. In 1993, seeing people queued for blocks to see Jurassic Park – he realised the power of cinema. Aaron went on to study Film & Television at Curtin University in Western Australia, following which we began working in the corporate & event video world.

Director Aaron Kamp, on set of his short film STUCK [2014]
After working as a Cinematographer for a number of years, Aaron made the leap into directing with his short ‘Never Too Late’. Produced as part of the 2013 168 Film Project, ‘Never Too Late’ went on to be named one of the top 20 finalists, and had it’s world premiere in Los Angeles. Aaron’s second & third projects – ‘Stuck‘ & ‘The Artifact‘ – have screened at festivals throughout the world, winning several awards.

Now with ‘Caged In’, Aaron hopes to garner more attention at international festivals in the lead up to his feature film debut, Hidden Light coming to film festivals near you.

Caged In was nominated for 6 awards and won 3 at the 2017 Great Lakes Christian Film Festival in Buffalo, NY:

  • Best Foreign Film [Australia] – WINNER
  • Best Film Short Film [under 20 minutes] – Nominee
  • Best Director [Short] – Aaron Kamp – WINNER
  • Best Actress [Short] – Maggie Meyer – Nominee
  • Best Actor [Short] – Jeremy Levi – WINNER
  • Best Child Actor/Actress – Melissa Meyer – Nominee

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#MartinLuther The Monk Who Changed the World #Reformation500

Happy 500th Year Anniversary

Congrats Martin Luther! Acting on this belief, he wrote the “Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences,” also known as “The 95 Theses,” a list of questions and propositions for debate. Popular legend has it that on October 31, 1517 Luther defiantly nailed a copy of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church.

Director: Stephen McCaskell
Starring: Barry Cooper, R.C. Sproul, Stephen Nichols, Carl Trueman, Robert Kolb, Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson

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Discover the story behind the man who sparked the Protestant Reformation. Told through a seamless combination of live-action storytelling and artistic animation, Martin Luther’s daring life is presented in extensive detail while still making the film relevant, provocative, and accessible. Watch this amazing award winning documentary about Martin Luther, The Monk Who Changed the World, by Director Stephen McCaskell “LUTHER: The Life and Legacy of the German Reformer” http://www.lutherdocumentary.com/

In 1517, Pope Leo X announced a new round of indulgences to help build St. Peter’s Basilica. On October 31, 1517, an angry monk nailed a sheet of paper with 95 theses on the university’s chapel door. Theologian Martin Luther forever changed Christianity when he began a movement in 16th-century Europe.

Discover the story behind the man who sparked the Protestant Reformation. Told through a seamless combination of live-action storytelling and artistic animation, Martin Luther’s daring life is presented in extensive detail while still making the film relevant, provocative, and accessible.

Stephen McCaskell is an independent filmmaker based in Manitoba, Canada.

Stephen McCaskell is an independent filmmaker based in Manitoba, Canada. His first documentary, Through The Eyes of Spurgeon, has been seen more than 200,000 times. Working with organizations like Samaritan’s Purse, International Justice Mission and Haven Ministries, he has travelled to multiple countries, including Iraq, Peru and Cuba, to share how God is working in the lives of His people. His latest feature-length documentary, Luther: The Life and Legacy of the German Reformer, screened at our film festival in Buffalo Aug 4th, 2017 at 2pm, http://www.GLCFF.com NOW AVAILABLE | BUY YOUR COPY TODAY – www.lutherdocumentary.com

2017 NOMINEE #GLCFF2017

  • Best Documentary [long]
  • Best Director [documentary]
  • Best Animation [feature]

And the Winner is… #GLCFF2017

It’s a wrap!

What an incredible event this year. We had great films, awesome guests, and a fun awards ceremony. Over 40 films were screened with a great variety of diverse subjects and stories, some of which were real tear jerkers. Our Special guest, Lindsey Partridge and Frank Rossi blessed us with their inspiring visits, not to mention our awesome panel of filmmakers. Also, we hosted an exciting awards ceremony that we streamed LIVE on facebook.

As tired as we were after the event, we are already planning and getting ready for next year’s film festival – we got a great lineup planned for Buffalo. Stay tuned as we update our site frequently with all the new details.

Here is the complete list of winners for each of this year’s award categories. https://glcff.com/films/2017-official-selections-glcff2017/2017-winners-glcff2017/

Vote for the People’s Choice Awards: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RXT75MV

2016 PEOPLE’S CHOICE Winners #GLCFF2016

WINNERS Announced!!

The winners of the 2016 People’s Choice voting poll for the Great Lakes Christian Film Festival.

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Our People’s Choice winners were almost all nominees for our regular festival nominations. GO LUCY GO was a fan favorite and PC for Documentary [short]. The PC for Short Film [over 20 minutes] was IN BETWEEN which also took home other festival awards.

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Festival Director Shawn Greene with Film Director Matthew Ramsaur of short film “In Between.”

For full list of all 2016 Award Winners [Click Here] or go to the link: https://glcff.com/2016/10/24/2016-peoples-choice-voting-polls-are-open-glcff2016/

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