The next wave of faith-based films will premiere this week at The International Christian Film and Music Festival (ICFF) in Orlando, FL.
It’s been seven years since it’s inception and the festival has quickly become the largest Christian film festival in the country. There were 5,000 people in attendance last year and that number will likely grow this year.
“We are so excited to celebrate our 7th year, we’ve received nearly 1,000 submissions this year and we are screening nearly 200 films, many of which are world premieres. We praise God for all what He’s done for the festival in such a short period,” founder and executive director Marty Jean-Louis told The Christian Post of this year’s gathering.
The Festival will be held May 1-4 at the Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive, Orlando, FL.
The thousands of people from all over the world who attend will have a plethora of screenings to attend. Among the films being screened will be the premiere of Kevin Sorbo’s new movie “Miracle in East Texas.” Sorbo will be at the festival.
“Inspired by one of the most improbably true stories ever, this the entertaining tale of two aging con-men at the dawn of the Great Depression, and the biggest oil strike in the history of the world,” the film’s description reads.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law