reb•e•lu•tion (reb’el lu shen) n. a teenage rebellion against the low expectations of an ungodly culture.


SAICFF: 1:10 P.M. - 10/28

Images and quotations from press conference announcing the world premiere of Vision Forum's Faith of our Father's film project The League of Grateful Sons:

"[H]ere you have, perhaps one of the most important things that I think can happen in a man's life. And that is this, we're all ordinary men, but the world doesn't praise the most important things that are in the lives and hearts of ordinary men. And my father is an ordinary man. We're honoring him, but we're honoring him for the things that the world would never honor him for." — Scott Brown
“We are hoping to see this [film] distributed widely through the Christian community through a variety of different independent marketing vehicles. Now, historically, films have been marketed only through the monopolistic stranglehold mechanism of Hollywood. This is being broken up today. The Internet, private avenues, open up opportunities for independent filmmakers like myself to reach a large number of people.”

“My dream is that churches will show this film and encourage people to see it in their homes and in their local churches. It is my dream that local theaters will pick it up; theaters that understand that families want to see more than the sort of stuff that’s coming out of Hollywood right now. Also, it’s our dream and our hope, should God provide the resources, or should the doors open up, that we’ll be able to see the film in its entirety or perhaps an edited version on the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, and others, so that we can reach an entire group of individuals who would otherwise not be seeing this film. Our goal is that millions of people will see the film and we’ll be pressing towards that direction in the months to come.” -- Doug Phillips