LDS Film Festival


SINCE: 2001

WHERE: Orem, Utah


The LDS Film Festival was founded in 2001 on the idea of creating a place for filmmakers to network and showcase their family-friendly and faith-based projects to a supportive and encouraging audience. Over the two-decades of programming, the films selected and presented by the festival have covered a wide range of trending topics, “feel good” films that uplift and inspire, as well as films with the simple intent to entertain and provide a much-needed laugh. Individuals, churches, companies, and organizations are all encouraged to participate.

The LDS Film Festival has promoted cinema as a means of conversation and perspective that often touches the heart and opens the mind. What began as a short film festival, is now a major event that showcases an impressive array of feature films, special screenings, short films, music videos, top-level panels, and keynote presenters.

Filmmakers from all faiths are strongly encouraged to participate, it is not a prerequisite to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The festival is not endorsed or owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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10th LDS Film Festival, January 26-29, 2011 | Orem, Utah

10th LDS Film Festival, January 26-29, 2011 | Orem, Utah

The 2011 LDS Film Festival is scheduled for January 26-29, 2011, and will mark the 10th anniversary of the festival. It is also the 6th year the festival will take place at the historic Scera Center for the Arts in Orem, Utah. The festival features films from Mormon writers or directors or Mormon cultural themes and opens with the premiere of Michael Fisher’s “Midway to Heaven.” The schedule for the 10th LDS Film Festival 2011 […]