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Erica Galindo
Celebrating Food, Faith and Family
Last edited on: August 23, 2015.

Do you have a burning desire to become a filmmaker, but don’t know where to start? In this sixty second highlights reel from the 168 Film Festival, Erica Galindo harvests words of wisdom from the 2014 award winners that will inspire and affirm your creativity!

Learn how to become a filmmaker and get real life advice from some of the brightest up-and-coming directors, actors, writers and producers on how they made their dreams come true!

Meet John David Ware, Founder & Director of the 168 Film Project, a Christian Film Festival that is training and equipping filmmakers from around the globe.

The 168 Film Project has birthed nearly 1,000 short films since 2003, giving thousands of filmmakers a chance to grow and to learn about the craft and about the Maker. For the past thirteen years the 168 Film Project has been an incubator for writers and filmmakers to explore Scripture and to practice their craft.

This year’s 168 Film Festival is August 29-30th, 2015 at the Premiere House at Regal Cinemas LA live. To learn more and buy tickets visit

Erica Galindo is the Founder & TV Host of SCH-TV and Sonoma Christian Home Magazine, one of the fastest growing Christian Women’s Magazines online.

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SCH Video Editor: Andy Sharp

2014 Winners

Best Film
What Showers Bring – Daniel Furukawa

Best Comedy
Unplugged – James Runcorn

Best International Film
Tula Tula – Diane Vermooten

Best Write of Passage Spotlight Film
Stuck – Aaron Kamp

Best Documentary
Identity – Arthur Delgado

Best Director
* Shane Vermooten for Tula Tula

Best Actor
J. Patrick Wise – as Tyus Cain in Ayaan

Best Actress
Kelli Goss – as Rachel in What Showers Bring

Best Supporting Actor
Anele Matoti – as Dr Zolani in Tula Tula

Best Supporting Actress
Pumeza Matoti – as Allile in Tula Tula

Best Screenplay – Drama
Diane Vermooten for Tula Tula

Best Screenplay – Comedy
April Manor & Liz Hewes for The Parcel

One Response

  1. Angela Taff

    I love this!! 57 seconds of encouragement for aspiring Christian filmmakers or anyone actually…aspiring to reach a goal! Thanks Sonoma Christian!


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