Pro-Life Film Festival Provides a Stark Contrast to Hollywood “Values”

National   |   Lauren Enriquez   |   Feb 18, 2014   |   6:32PM   |   Hollywood, CA

Hollywood, CA (LiveActionNews) –The pro-life movement has been embraced by every medium of communication and expression in the modern world, and its role in cinema is steadily increasing.

lifefest2From movies like Bella and October Baby of the big screen to small-screen debuts of amateur filmmakers, the pro-life ethic is an area of interest to an increasing pool of cinematic artists.

Hollywood isn’t particularly known for its affirmation of the pro-life movement, but one organization seeks to turn the tide in “the heart of the entertainment industry.” Life Fest Film Festival, which takes place in Hollywood, is dedicated to providing an outlet for aspiring pro-life artists to showcase their films and foster their craft.

Life Fest shares that its mission is to foster the pro-life message in film and to raise up a generation of young filmmakers who share their vision:

We are a team of individuals from throughout every aspect of the entertainment industry who wish to see life-affirming content once again emanating from this creative business. But we are also helping raise up a whole new generation of filmmakers and giving them entrance into this industry that so impacts the world.

The Fest attracts worldwide attention and acclaim:

LifeFest organizers offer programming and events for film enthusiasts of every interest and background. With the support of a passionate arts community, LifeFest has attracted worldwide interest from some of the industry’s best filmmakers. We feature opportunities for burgeoning filmmakers and will be entertaining distinguished industry guests and thousands of film enthusiasts from around the world.

Aspiring filmmakers can learn more about participating in the Fest here.

LifeNews Note: Lauren is a former Legislative Associate for Texas Right to Life and a graduate of Ave Maria University. This post originally appeared at Live Action News and is reprinted with permission.