Sunday, May 19, at 6pm
To become a Sponsor see the form below. Please fill out the second page and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 425.776.4673
To submit a film download and complete forms below:
The Evening of the Film Festival
Dress in your favorite formal gown or suit and join us at the Edmonds Center for the Arts for an elegant evening at the Third Annual Film Festival. The Festival will begin at 6pm, but be sure to join us on the red carpet at 5:30pm to mingle with hundreds of others from our community, have your photo taken, peruse the promotion tables in the foyer from local businesses and non-profits, and of course, find a good seat!
The evening will be spent enjoying several short films written, filmed, directed, and produced by local film makers and students. Awards will be presented to the directors of the highest scoring film in each category.
We are excited to have you join us for this evening of film, celebrating the arts, and fighting the injustice of sex trafficking.
The Edmonds Film Festival seeks to bring together the students, businesses, churches, non-profit organizations, individuals and families of Edmonds to create, enjoy, and promote the arts. The vision is that the Film Festival would have an impact on each individual in the community whether it is through creating and presenting an original film, networking and promoting a local business through sponsorships, supporting the cause of our benefiting organization, or simply attending the event with friends and family to enjoy the art of film.
The Edmonds Film Festival supports and encourages the sense of community in the city of Edmonds, contributes to and promotes the arts, and shares original stories and inspiring messages through the art of film.
The Third Edmonds Film Festival began as a small friends and family event. The College20s Film Festival was founded by the college ministry of Westgate Chapel in May 2011 with 4 films and an audience of 200 people at Westgate Chapel. Over the last two years the vision and the scale of the Film Festival has grown tremendously. Last year, in 2012, there were more films, more sponsors, growing interest and excitement, and almost 400 in attendance!
In 2013 the College20s Film Festival was renamed The Edmonds Film Festival because of the desire to be more involved in the community. The Third Edmonds Film Festival will have more film submissions, more sponsors, and more community involvement than ever before. It is expected to fill the Edmonds Center for the Arts (a 700 seat theater) and raise a minimum of $5,000 for Abolition International.
Submit a Film (Find Rules & Regulations and Submission Form at College20s.com)
Be a Sponsor (See Sponsorship Contributions and Benefits at College20s.com)
Buy Tickets (at College20s.com)
Join our College20s Community (for ages 18-29, see facebook.com/college20s)
There are more slaves in the world today than at any other point in history. Sex Trafficking is the second largest illegal industry in the world with an estimated 27 million slaves.
Abolition International combats sex trafficking through accreditation, advocacy, education, and restoration. Through its efforts, it seeks to create a growing community of abolitionists, grassroots organizations, and aftercare programs around the world to work together to bring freedom to survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation.
Net proceeds from this event will be given to support Abolition International, and it’s efforts to send hope and bring freedom for survivors of sex trafficking.
For more information about Abolition International visit www.abolitioninternational.org
College20s Thursday Nights
Thursdays at 7pm in The Commons
Every Thursday night College20s comes together to worship, hear a message from the Word, and build relationships with one another. If you are in college or in your 20s, this is a great place to get connected!
On various nights of the week the men and women of College20s meet together to grow in relationships with God and with each other.
The Circle Maker | Sundays at 6:15 PM
Meets at the Lundquist’s Home in Edmonds
Men lead by: Pastor David Lundquist and Dionis Agustin
Women lead by: Terri Lundquist and Rachel Ellis
The Circle Maker | Sundays at 6 PM
Meets at the Messenger’s Home in Richmond Beach
Men lead by: Forest Messenger
Women lead by: Gina Messenger and Micah Patdu
The Circle Maker | Wednesdays at 7 PM
Meets at the Marr’s Home in Edmonds
Men lead by: Austin Marr & Erik Gillette
Women lead by: Rachel Marr & Jessica Sanders
Drawing prayer circles around our dreams isn’t just a mechanism whereby we accomplish great things for God. It’s a mechanism whereby God accomplishes great things in us.’ Do you ever sense that there’s far more to prayer, and to God’s vision for your life, than what you’re experiencing?
The Art of Marriage | Sundays at 6 PM
Meets at the Chapman’s Home in Lake Forest Park
Couples lead by: Larry and Ginny Chapman & Tim and Jenn Turc
A video-driven study designed for married and engaged couples in all seasons of life. Our time will be highly relational and focus on six key elements: God’s purpose and Plan, overcoming isolation, fulfilling our responsibilities, communication and conflict, experiencing intimacy, and leaving a lasting legacy.
Joining our group on Facebook is a great way to get details about upcoming events and stay connected with us through out the week.