A message from the Faith Film Festival presented by HOYTS and HERITAGE FILMS

A message from the Faith Film Festival presented by HOYTS and HERITAGE FILMS
In light of the recent announcements and guidelines by the Australian Government, the inaugural Faith Film Festival presented by HOYTS cinemas and Heritage Films will no longer take place from April 5 -29 and will be post-poned to a later date.

The Passion of the Christ screenings will be post-poned and planned for closer to Easter 2021.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your support and patience during this difficult time.
We promise to deliver a bigger and strong program in the future. We are working hard behind the scenes and looking into the best possible options to deliver content to our audiences across Australia.

Stay safe, stay healthy and stay hopeful!

Jessica Khoury, Jonathan Bailey and Rod Hopping
Faith Film Festival Team

In light of the recent cinema closures, Heritage Films have decided to deliver a ten week online experience called HOPE at HOME Film Festival.
Go to the Hope At Home Film Festival Website
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The Heart of Man

The Heart of Man is a cinematic retelling of the parable of the Prodigal Son, intertwined with contemporary and poignant true testimonies of personal and sexual brokenness. These two genres are combined as never before to reveal the compassionate heart of God the father for his sons and daughters illuminating an age-old truth: Shame is not a barrier to God’s love, but a bridge to absolute transformation, victory, freedom and hope.

The film features emotional interviews with real people going through their mess and subsequent healing, and includes expert witnesses of such men as William Paul Young, author of the NY Times best-selling novel “The Shack”, Dan Allender, Ph.D, author of "The Wounded Heart" and Spoken Word Artist Jackie Hill Perry. All of that is interwoven with a production-rich “prodigal son” narrative story shot in Hawaii.
Duration:
1h 36m
Genre
Documentary, Drama
Rating:
M
Director
Eric Esau
Starring:
Robert Fleet, Serena Karnagy, Justin Torrence

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