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     KIDNAPPED FOR CHRIST
U.S.A., 2013, 84 mins, Color

MICHIGAN PREMIERE

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Director: Kate Logan
Executive Producer: Lance Bass, Tom DeSanto, Mike C. Manning
Producer: Paul A. Levin, Kate Logan, Yada Zamora
Cinematography: Peter Borrud, Kate Logan
Editor: Dwight Raymond
Composer: Joseph S. DeBeasi

www.kidnappedforchrist.com


AUDIENCE AWARD BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
2014 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL


Kidnapped For Christ tells the shocking stories of American teenagers who were taken from their homes and shipped to ESCUELA CARIBE, an American-run Christian behavior modification program in the Dominican Republic. When a young evangelical filmmaker is granted unprecedented access to film behind the gates of this controversial school, she discovers shocking secrets and young students that change her life.

Kate Logan
Kate Logan has worked as the field producer and narrator of the LJ Aryeetey feature length documentary Haiti: The Sleeping Giant. Haiti was featured at the 2010 Pan African Film Festival where all the proceeds from went to earthquake relief in Port-Au-Prince. She then went on to work with the independent distribution team that brought Simpson's actor Harry Shearer's film The Big Uneasy to theaters. Recently, Kate has worked on Showtime's controversial documentary on the infamous gangster rap mogul Suge Knight, directed by Antoine Fuqua, as well as the upcoming Independent Lens/PBS documentary One in a Billion. Kidnapped For Christ is Kate's debut documentary.




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          PICTURE SHOW
U.S.A., 2013, 15 mins, Color

MIDWEST PREMIERE

Directors: Jonathan Hicks and Robyn Young

An elderly couple, confined to their home for years, venture out for one last date in hopes of rediscovering the romance of their youth. Set in the midst of a small, aging Southern town, the story is simple, yet sweet, and examines the lives of often forgotten, but immensely profound characters.

 
Showings
06/13/14 04:30 PMVenue 4 (FH)
Foundry Hall
422 Eagle Street
06/14/14 02:00 PMVenue 4 (FH)
Foundry Hall
422 Eagle Street


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