Suffering. Inspiration. Humor. Challenge. Hope. Despair. Journey. Through film, photography and performance, this year’s festival will explore these themes and more as we celebrate the power of storytelling.
Developer Kristopher Kendrick distinctly impacted the history and direction of Knoxville. He not only introduced many Knoxville residents to the idea of urban living, but also inspired a new generation of preservationists to experience the challenges and rewards of restoration.
This is what Lauren Pond saw through a camera lens: Pastor Randy “Mack” Wolford, tossing and turning on the couch in his mother-in-law’s West Virginia trailer, suffering from the pain of a rattlesnake bite he had received earlier in the day.
With team names like the Bodacious Oinkers, the Chicago Chitlins, Pigger Me Timbers and the Super Sows, it’s clear these athletes are on a novel mission…catching pigs.
Lost Boys of Sudan is an Emmy-nominated feature-length documentary that follows two Sudanese refugees on an extraordinary journey from Africa to America.
This film tells the story of the children of The Philippines living in the garbage dump of Cebu City. These children have experienced intense violence, lived in extreme poverty, and suddenly had their lives changed through the love of another.
The story reveals the journey of a 5 year old girl in India who was born with a cleft lip into a life of poverty and isolation.
This Is Our City, a multiyear project of Christianity Today, seeks to spotlight how Christians are responding to their cities’ particular challenges with excellence, biblical faith, and hope. It includes fascinating and poignant stories from cities across the nation.