The Culture Of Life Film Festival is going to be a major event, no doubt about it. With over 700 films already submitted in a little more than three weeks, the film Judges at the non profit foundation are going through them to pick the films they believe are closest to the heart of their campaign. Layne McDonald Ministries is a charity film organization that gives back funds from the films they create, and the Culture of Life Film TV Network and Festival are an extension of that in order to give other filmmakers a way to share their films, show them to donors to the cause, and to help a great purpose.
"I started this film festival with an idea that we don't just have to come together once a year to celebrate film, our faith as Christians, and how to help others through our message and solutions out in the real world. I wanted something that anyone could partake in at anytime, any day, and on their own schedule." Layne McDonald, the Founder of the Foundation, TV Network, and Festival said. "Together, we can do so much more to help the needy. So, the TV Network is the 24/7 version of the Film Festival."
Filmmakers can submit their films to the live event and/or the tv network, Film Goers buy a digital monthly ticket to see that growing archive of films at the network, and at the end of the year there is a big event to celebrate the most watched films and hand out distribution rewards. This year, however, the film festival will be pushed back to February, due to a life issue with Layne's wife and baby. He is truly living what he preaches and believes.
Submit your film by going to www.filmfreeway.com/cultureoflifefilmfestival, or watch films by going to www.cultureoflifetv.com. Submission as a filmmaker is free. Monthly ticket passes to new films every month is only $14.95 a month (or a special discount at $145 a year - 2 months free!).
Check out a TV Network and Film Festival that is sure to take the industry by storm. When most film festivals are charging outrageous entry fees to filmmakers, $25 tickets to filmgoers, this film festival is setting a mark that is not only a great quality, but for a wonderful cause.
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