The International Christian Film & Music Festival (ICFF) will celebrate its annual festival live May 19 – 22, 2021 at Wyndham International Resort, 8001 International Dr, Orlando from May 19 – 22.
This year’s event promises a return to its pre-pandemic scope, with over 150 movies screened, numerous networking opportunities, seminars, workshops, music and an Oscar-style award ceremony.
Roma Downey will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award, which is the first time in Festival history, the Lifetime Achievement Award will be awarded to a woman. Previous recipients included Louis Gossett Jr., Kirk Cameron, Alex Kendrick and David A.R. White.
The Festival will be screening Don’t Say My Name, a highly anticipated film regarding human trafficking. The feature will commence with cast and crew, including select members of Homeland Security who assisted with the project.
This year’s event will also feature producer Cindy Bond and casting director Beverly Kennedy Holloway. Cindy Bond is currently producing the upcoming film, Redeeming Love, along with executive producer, Roma Downey.
Kevin Sorbo, an ICFF regular, will also be in attendance to screen his new documentary Against the Tide. Described as a travelogue, examination of modern science, history excursion and autobiography, it is the story of one man’s stand against the tide of contemporary atheism.
To learn more about ICFF or to register for the event, visit: https://www.internationalcff.