LDS Movie Directors' Cruise
A spiritual feast for your soul - after Thanksgiving!
From San Diego Nov 26 - Dec 3, 2016
7 Night Cruise!
When is comes to gaining gospel knowledge, it is best have your spiritual feast along with a temporal one. This extensive cruise includes lectures at sea by LDS Movie Directors from "Just Let Go", "Saints and Soldiers" &"The Saratov Approach". Attend firesides and presentations from the directors and Gospel Topics with Bruce H. Porter.
INTRODUCTORY OFFER - EARLY BIRD SPECIAL - TAKE $400 OFF PER COUPLE
DISCOUNT CODE = "2WD200"
SpecialPresenters on board
with a private
Conference Center on the Ship
Adam Abel (Saints and Soldiers)
Christopher Clark (Just Let Go)
Garrett Batty (The Saratov Aproach)
and Author/Presenter Bruce H. Porter
(An Everlasting Decree & The Threshing Floor)
"Just Let Go" "#BecauseofHim"
Christopher won Best of Utah in 2007 for the short film “Wrinkles” which was also nominated for Best of Show and Best of Category at the 2008 Damah Spiritual Film Festival. He took first place in the 24-hour film contest at the LDS Film Festival in 2002 for the short film “Outward In.”Christopher has also garnered several Telly Awards for his commercial work. He and Patrick H. Parker have recently been the brainchild and creative executioners behind some of the most successful Mormon Messages.
Producer / Director
"Saints and Soldiers"
"Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed"
"Saints and Soldiers: The Void"
Adam started his career at Paramount Pictures in the creative affairs office in 1994. Through this experience he decided to make a career of entertaining people. While working full time in the industry he studied Business Management at UVU and BYU. Upon graduation he started Go Films with Ryan Little. Go Films’ first feature, Saints and Soldiers, drew attention and praise of critics and audiences alike; winning best picture in over fourteen film festivals around the world and nominated, twice, for the coveted Independent Spirit Awards (Independent films Oscar).
Garrett will take us behind the scenes on Freetown and discusses The Saratov Approach and his thoughts on Mormon cinema and sharing his testimony of the Gospel through his films.
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