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KINGDOMWOOD CHRISTIAN FILM FESTIVAL SEEKS ENTRIES

Posted by lavonneinUSA on May 31, 2012 at 10:35 PM Comments comments (11)

CONTACT: LaVonne McIver James,lavonne@kingdomwood.com

THE 5TH ANNUAL KINGDOMWOOD CHRISTIAN FILM FESTIVAL (KCFF)

OFFERS EXCITING FEATURES FOR 2012

 

ATLANTA, GA, USA(MAY 2012) – The Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival (“KCFF"), the premiere Festival that spotlights the works of filmmakers producing faith-based media will host its 5th annual Festival, Friday, October 5th to Saturday October 7th, at the Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts Atlanta Perimeter At Ravinia, 4355 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30346 USA. As with previous years, KCFF will feature a hand-picked selection of films produced by filmmakers from around the country, as well as commercially produced films geared towards the faith-based market. Films are screened throughout the day followed by discussions and commentaries from the filmmakers. In addition, the festival offers industry related seminars and workshops.


“Excitement doesn’t begin to describe this years Festival,” explained Audrey Thomas, Founder and CEO of KCFF. “We have formed productive alliances this year that will offer our filmmakers the opportunity to spotlight their creativity, gain wider exposure for their films and learn invaluable information from a variety of sources.”


Leading the new initiatives for 2012 is the KCFF partnership with Infiniti of South Atlanta. KCFF and Infiniti have teamed to offer registered filmmakers a video commercial competition. Filmmakers have a chance to produce a thirty- second spot for the Infiniti brand, which could be chosen for a national commercial airing. KCFF has also tapped Ted Baehr as its Keynote Speaker for the Festival’s opening session. Mr. Baehr, Founder and Publisher of Movieguide®, The Family Guide to Movies and Entertainment, www.movieguide.org and Chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission®Ministry, will share information on how to be successful in faith-based filmmaking. KCFF is also in discussions with TBN South Africa, based in East London, and South Africa to screen films showcased at the Festival. TBN Africa is the premiere Christian television channel in Africa. For those seeking work in the industry, Actors, Models & Talent for Christ, (“AMTC”;) will hold open auditions at KCFF for registered attendees for upcoming film projects that AMTC will be casting. All those wishing to audition must be registered.


The Festival will also include its regular features, including panels and symposiums focusing on marketing and distributing faith-based films. In addition, the festival offers, Pastor’s Forums which feature a selection of religious leaders from churches in the Atlanta area discussing the relevancy of faith inspired films in the industry, and adult evening sessions focusing on a variety of social issues.

For more information on KCFF activities including registration, film submission and sponsorships, visit: www.kingdomwood.com.

 

 

"FORCES AGAINST MY SOUL" PREMIERED IN A CINEMA HALL IN CANADA..

Posted by MIKE BAMILOYE on March 3, 2012 at 6:10 AM Comments comments (7)

It was Saturday 25th February,  in Winnipeg,  Manitoba, Canada. Mike and Gloria Bamiloye had been officially invited for the Premier of the movie Immanuel Fellowship Church had produced with the joint imput of Mount Zion Film Productions. "FORCES AGAINST MY SOUL" is a Joint Production of Mount Zion Film Productions, Nigeria and Immanuel Fellowship Church, Winnipeg, Canada. It was shot in October, 2011, but now concluded and premiered in February 25, 2012.

The Venue of the Movie Premier was in a reknown Popular Cinema Hall, CINEMA CITY, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It was scheduled for a Saturday Morning, and the hall was nearly full. It was a great dream coming to pass, seeing one of Mount Zion films premiering in a large Cinema Hall for the first time ever. The pictures came out very large on the screen and the sound was a very sharp loud crisp one. It was a real Theatre experience.

After, the movie show, which held everybody spellbound, including the casts who are watching the movie for the first time. Evang. Mike Bamiloye stepped out to address the people, especially the casts and the people at large, telling them to be more grateful on to the Lord for being an Instrument of honour in His Hand. He charged the casts never to see themselves as stars of the world now, but as ministers of the Word of God, so that they would not fall into the pitfalls of the secular artistes. Then, all the casts were prayed for that God may enable them do more for the Lord.

"DANGEROUS INFLUENCE" PREMIERED

Posted by MIKE BAMILOYE on February 14, 2012 at 9:25 PM Comments comments (6)

The joint Production movie between The Flaming Sword Film Productions, Dallas and Mount Zion Films Production, Nigeria, was premiered at the RCCG NORTH AMERICA ZONE 8 Headquarters, RCCG Isaac Generation, Sugar-Land, Houstons, on Friday, February 10th, 2012. The film show took place as the Opening Programme of the Zone 8 Women Conference, where Mummy Gloria Bamiloye and Mike Bamiloye were both invited to minister.

It was a very strong movie addressing various areas of marital issues: Divorce, Separation, forgiveness, Patience and love. It was an extremely relevant movie for a woman conference.


MOUNT ZION ON MULTIPLE FILM LOCATIONS

Posted by MIKE BAMILOYE on October 18, 2011 at 9:55 AM Comments comments (9)

The Mount Zion Fiulm Productions are on multiple film locations shooting various movies at the same time. In Nigeria,between September and October, 2011 are about four of the Mount Zion members producing their movies: Yemi Adepoju, Isaac Femi Akintunde, Bayo Abrahams and Jerry Oluwagbemi all produced their movies within these  two months. And far away in Dallas, TX and Winnipeg, Canada, Mike and Gloria Bamiloye are directing and producing movies for Flaming Sword Films, Dallas and Immanuel Fellowship Films, Canada respectively.


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