I’ve been invited to participate in this, but, doggone it, it’s happening during the same weekend as an out-of-town vacation I planned months ago. So I encourage YOU to go, watch, enjoy, discuss, and be glad that Seattle’s the kind of town willing to put on a festival like this one.
June 16-18

Local churches have come together to present The Film Fest on Justice to support the International Justice Mission and their efforts to open an office in Rwanda.

This three-day, four film event presents the films: 12 Angry Men, Hotel Rwanda, The Green Mile and After the Truth.

An expert panel follows each film with Grant Goodeve, Assistant Dist. Attorney Mark Larson, Lauri Evans Deason, Dr. Bryan Burton, Rev. Steve Ruetschle, Steve Lansingh, Bryan Zug, and many more.

The Film Fest takes place at University Presbyterian Church (4540 15th Ave NE, Seattle) June 16-18.

Tickets are $10/show or $30/all-fest pass and are on sale. Visit www.upc.org/filmfest or call 206.524.7301 x330. Space is limited.


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