Monday, September 5, 2011

Sneak Preview: BYU Broadcasting's Newest Feature Film



If you are LDS, blog regularly and live in the Northwest, count yourself blessed. You do not want to miss the event below ... it will be a night filled with good food, great company and amazing views. Space is limited, so let us know as soon as possible if you'd like to attend by sending us an email with the number of guests to expect.

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You are coordially invited to a special advanced screening of BYU Broadcasting's The 5000 Days Project: Two Brothers, which will premier directly following the afternoon session of General Conference on Sunday, October 2nd.

This ten-years-in-the-making feature film about two LDS brothers, Sam (guest posts here and here) and Luke Nelson, takes a hard and honest look at LDS youth as they grow in the gospel and head into the mission field. The film, which was approved without edits, features in-depth interviews and life footage by filmmaker Rick Stevenson, as well as first-of-its-kind mission field video diaries from Sam. Having recently seen a cut of the film, we can honestly say this is one of the most raw, emotionally powerful and incredibly inspirational films we've seen in a long time.

Event Details
SPONSOR: Modern Mormon Men blog
WHAT: Dessert and Film Screening
WHO: Northwest LDS-related bloggers & their families (children above 12)
WHERE: The Stevenson's, Shoreline, Washington
WHEN: 7:00 - 10:00 p.m., Friday, September 23

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