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Dec. 3, 2019
EAU CLAIRE, Wis., Dec. 3, 2019 /Christian Newswire
/ -- The 2nd annual God Country Family Christian Film Festival takes place at the Micon Downtown Cinema in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, December 6-8, 2019. Images for media use can be found here
The festival's opening night film, TO BE OF SERVICE, is an uplifting documentary that follows veterans with PTSD, whose bond with service dogs leads them back to independence, emotion and love.
"We hope this film will remind us that America is neglecting its deep obligation to honor and welcome our soldiers back to civilian society." says film's director Josh Aronson.
The festival is screening over 40 films in total.
Full program details and tickets are available at: www.godcountryfamily.net
A list of the other feature films screening at the festival follows:
AMERICAN FAMILY REVIVAL (Dir: Handel Humphrey) A look at the lives of families raising children as a purposeful Christian calling, to pass their faith to succeeding generations.
THE FIELD AFAR: THE LIFE OF FR. VINCENT CAPODANNO (Dir: Tim Moriarty & Jake Ehrlich) The life story of a Catholic priest who received the Medal of Honor for his valor as a Marine Corps chaplain in the Vietnam war.
FOLLOW WHERE YOU LEAD (Dir: John Wildauer) An intimate glimpse into the life of a midwest couple in a Christian worship band.
FRESHMAN YEAR (Dir: Jude Okwudiafor Johnson) Reveals real-life scenarios facing students, and the challenges they encounter when standing up for their faith.
NATIONAL ANTHEM GIRL (Dir: Jefferson Moore) Long Island native Janine Stange's quest to sing the National Anthem in all 50 states, while promoting patriotism, and the 200th anniversary of The Star Spangled Banner.
PRAY: THE STORY OF PATRICK PEYTON (Dir: Jonathan Cipiti) The true story of a poor Irish immigrant who spent his life championing the message "the family that prays together stays together."
PROMISES TO KEEP (Dir: Marc Leif) A faith-based romantic drama, that asks the question: What if God gave you a second chance with the love of your life?
THE RELIANT (Dir: Paul Munger) An economic catastrophe forces a young woman to care for her siblings in a stretch of woods bordered by lawless anarchy, wondering why God would let this happen.
WISH FOR CHRISTMAS (Dir: John K.D. Graham) A High School student makes a wish that her parents would lose their faith. It's a wish that she will soon regret.
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