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


SAICFF: Random Interview Samplings #1

Immediately after the opening ceremony concluded we started interviewing film festival attendees to get their first impressions. The following quotations do little to show how many different cities, states, and nations are represented at this event, or the incredible age ranged represented, however they all perfectly summarize the impression the opening ceremony had on nearly all who attended:

Chloe Anderson, an 18-year-old from Colorado: "We just got done with the opening ceremonies and I was blown away. I was very, very impressed with what is being done here."

J.J. Gauthier, an 18-year-old from Colorado: "Based on the opening ceremony I think this is going to be very interesting. This is something that really is kind of untapped by Christians, it's not something that is used well. So if this turns out to be as good, or hopefully even better, than what was previewed at the opening ceremony I think [filmmaking] is something [Christians] can really make an impact on."

John Moore, a 16-year-old from Texas: "I was extremely impressed with the purity that I saw here, the revelutionary insight from the speakers, and the quality of presentation. Just really the beauty of it all, I guess you could say. Anyone could see the beauty in this."