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HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) - A Christian film festival that has been staged in Atlanta for the past six years is moving to Hilton Head Island.
The Island Packet of Hilton Head reports (http://bit.ly/1yU5BJCon ) that the four-day Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival will be held in October on the resort island.
Audrey Thomas started the festival in 2008 after getting tired of cursing, violence and sex in movies.
Thomas says she expects this year’s festival to be the biggest yet because of a renewed interest in religious films in Hollywood. In recent months, films like “Son of God,” ”Noah,” and “God’s Not Dead.” have been released.
Thomas said this year’s keynote speaker is Kevin Sorbo, the star of “God’s Not Dead.”
Information from: The Island Packet, http://www.islandpacket.com
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