Special Online Event: Song of the Wilderness

Great Lakes Christian Film Festival

A Special Online presentation of the award winning documentary and the most requested film. The Producers out of China will be screening via Zoom on August 7th at 7pm (EST). [Details below]

Song of the Wilderness

You are invited to an exclusive movie show on zoom – “Song of the Wilderness”:
Date: August 7, 2021 Saturday.
Time:7:00pm EST / 4:00pm PST
Join Zoom Meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89368045066?pwd=T3pIOXBqVEM4V2hhOWo4L0pEL2M2UT09&fbclid=IwAR2NYVmPlr96Kdkr6XxaTOBZlY68ctmZdJA2fklJXuuVwi6KtVapHVI3rt8

Meeting ID: 893 6804 5066
Passcode: 953032
✅This is a powerful testimony of Jesus’ life being lived out, a must watch movie, directed by God Himself.
✅This film received several awards in 2018 including
“Best Documentary” at “International Christian Film Festival”
“Best Director for a Documentary” at The Great Lakes Christian Film Festival

Filmmaker Kent C. Williamson Killed By Drunk Driver

Kent C. Williamson

Paladin Media

Kent C. Williamson, producer and director of Paladin Media, known for When Love Walks In (2005), By War & By God (2016) and Stained Glass Rainbows (2015), was stuck by a drunk driver Friday August 2, 2019, along with some of his family members.

People all over social media were in shock of the news.

Tim Smith wrote, “Woke up this morning to news that you should never have to get. My college roommate was killed yesterday by a drunk driver. Kent C. Williamson was a good friend. His sister and her husband and his sister’s daughter were all in the car and all died at the scene. Kent leaves behind a wife and six kids. His sister and brother in law also leave behind six kids and their families. Please join me in prayer for this whole family! Kent’s parents are both still here and could really use prayer as well.”

Maria Webb posted, “This morning I heard about the tragic passing of Kent C. Williamson and three of his extended family members from being hit by a drunk driver.

I was an intern for Paladin Media Group for 2 years. It was in my second year when Kent did his first Fellows Program, that I really got to know him a lot more. Kent chose a plethora of books and films that he felt every young creative should experience, including the movie from which the quote above was taken as well as the book “Imagine. A Vision for Christians in the Arts” by Steve Turner. The intersection between art and Christianity is one topic of many that Kent was super passionate about. He would ask rhetorical questions like, “how is the world going to be transformed by the love and light of Jesus Christ, if Christians refuse to engage with the world?” This included the world of art and also politics, education, and culture in general.”

 

We will post more details as we are more informed about this tragic incident.

See more on his profile page: Kent C. Williamson

2 Weeks Left for Submissions! #GCLFF2019

May 31st is approaching fast and we are getting ready to close the door on submissions for #GLCFF2019. We are preparing for our best year yet, as we’ve reorganized our categories and added some new ones. We are excited to get through our candidates for this year’s festival, and look forward to seeing you August 1-4, 2019. Get your tickets early!

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Internships Available!

Script Analysis | Film Analysis | Event Production

The Great Lakes Christian Film Festival is proud to participate in college internships with your college or university. We have a great opportunity for students during the summer session to earn internship credits for your school’s programs (contact your departments coordinator to participate). Schools and Colleges can include School of Management (Business), Arts & Sciences (English, Media Studies, Theatre and Dance, Music), etc.

 

For more information on how you or your school can participate, please go to our INTERNSHIP page.

Great Lakes Christian Film Festival | www.glcff.com | (716) 427-4608

 

Rev. Eugene Peterson

The Rev. Eugene Peterson, a Presbyterian minister, biblical scholar and author whose writings have shaped the thinking of pastors and church people and whose colloquial translation of the Bible, “The Message,” has sold millions of copies, died Oct. 22 at his home in Lakeside, Mont. He was 85. We are very sad to hear of his passing, but we are grateful for his contribution to the Kingdom of God.

An 18 minute documentary was recently produced by Award Winning/Multi-Nominated Documentary & Music Video Director, Greg Fromholz from Ireland. The film received several nominations from the Great Lakes Christian Film Festival. The film is entitled Peterson: In Between The Man and The Message

Go to the portfolio page of the film to read more about Eugene and Greg [ read more ]