ORLANDO, FL, April 18 — About Miracles, a documentary film produced by Lifestreams Media, won a Platinum Remi Award at the 2014 WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, the second award garnered by this made-for-TV movie. Earlier this year, the film was an Official Selection and Finalist for “Best Documentary” at the Christian Worldview Film Festival.
About Miracles tells four true stories about modern-day miracles. Told by the actual people involved and featuring gripping reenactments, the film is striking a chord among viewers. Chris Lang, the film’s producer and director, notes, “I think the main reason why About Miracles is so well received is the surprise between the dramatic reenactments of real-life stories and the raw honesty that sometimes our prayers don’t get answered in the way we ask. We know that many people are skeptical of God and miracles, and we have prayed that this film will speak to those people while encouraging the faithful. These film festival awards confirm that many are ‘seeing’ miracles in a whole new light.”
Founded in 1961, WorldFest-Houston is the third oldest film festival in North America and the oldest festival in the world dedicated solely to independent films. WorldFest reviews more than 1,500 submissions each year and does not accept entries from major studios. The Remi Award, presented to the top entries in every category, was inspired by the creative genius of artist Frederick Remington. About Miracles won the highest Remi (Platinum) in the Religion/Ethics/Spirituality category.
About Miracles is available for worldwide broadcast licensing and DVD distribution. Since their release in November, 2013, About Miracles DVDs are already being sold by more than 25 companies.
For more information, visit About Miracles.
ABOUT LIFESTREAMS MEDIA
Lifestreams Media is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, producers of the award-winning documentary film “When Mourning Breaks” – finding hope after miscarriage and abortion, and the groundbreaking documentary film “Single Creek” – Christian singles in the real world.