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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LDS Film Festival