TAFF Screens “Journey to Jamaa” on January 12

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Thanks to all who attended and helped us raise funds for over 100 Mosquito Nets, and 3 child sponsorships! What a great time we had!

THE ATTIC FILM FEST AND WORLD VISION PARTNER TO SCREEN AWARD WINNING FILM AT ALAMO DRAFT HOUSE

The Attic Film Fest (TAFF), Austin’s own independent Christian film festival, and World Vision bring you Journey to Jamaa at Alamo Draft House, 2700 W Anderson Ln, from Noon – 3:00. Journey to Jamaa won awards for Best Short, Best Tech Achievement, Best Director (Michael Landon, Jr.) at TAFF 2012.

“Jamaa” is the powerful story inspired by true events of two Ugandan orphans who make an impossible journey across Uganda to find a new home. From Believe Pictures, and produced and directed by Michael Landon, Jr., and written and produced by Brian Bird, for the relief organization, World Vision.

When & Where:
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Screening Times – 12:15 PM and 1:30 PM
Alamo Draft House, 2700 W Anderson Ln, Austin, TX
Tickets & Info:
Tickets are free, but we are asking for donations to World Vision.
(NOTE: All Proceeds go to purchase Mosquito Nets.)
Food Service Available
TAFF Rating: PG-13 (for images of death from AIDS, mild peril of children.)

About The Attic Film Fest – TAFF is a Christian film festival held each spring in Austin, TX whose mission is to support and empower Independent filmmakers to spread Christ’s message through film. TAFF will be held April 19-20, 2013. For more information, go to www.atticfilmfest.org

About Jamaa – “Jamaa” is the powerful story inspired by true events of two Ugandan orphans who make an impossible journey across Uganda to find a new home. From Believe Pictures, and produced and directed by Michael Landon, Jr., and written and produced by Brian Bird, for the relief organization, World Vision. To learn more about the film please visit their website at: jamaa.worldvision.org

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