Florida Studio Wins Two Categories In International Christian Film Festival
Florida based KingdomWorks Studios received two prestigious awards in the International Christian Film Festival, hosted in Orlando last week.
In its fifth year, the festival is the largest Christian film festival in the world.
KingdomWorks Studios was nominated for two films at the festival and both received distinguished accolades.
Sing A Little Louder is inspired by the true story of an elderly man who in his youth witnessed the horrors of the Jewish Holocaust from the pews of his Church. He retold his story as a demonstration that abortion is our modern-day Holocaust, only the casualties are far greater.
The 11-minute short film provides a stunning message for the twenty-first century and the current genocide that’s taking place with unborn children. This film was voted as the Most Inspirational Short Film during the festival. The entire film can be viewed and downloaded for free at kingdomworks.com.
The Conquer Series is a powerful cinematic film series used by churches in over 60 countries to help men break free from pornography. Over 450,000 men are in training to walk in freedom as a result of going through the Conquer Series. It came away with Best Trailer at the awards ceremony. The powerful three minute video is action-packed, featuring highlights from the cinematic, 6-part small group series.
Watch the Conquer Series Trailer
“We’re excited to see the way that God continues to use these films to have a profound impact on people’s lives all around the world,” said Director of both films, Jeremy Wiles.
“Just recently we received this message from someone who had been through the Conquer Series, ‘With your help it’s now 4 months of pure living and a freedom I had not known in over 60 years! I finally found the Dad I never had here on earth in Father God. It has made all the difference in the world!’ That’s why we come to work every day,” says Wiles.