Did we come from a heavenly home before being born into mortality? This film and subject are expertly navigated by Producer Sarah Hinze and her team while exploring this spiritual concept through interviews with scholars, doctors and everyday people alike.
More Film Features
“Undaunted”: See the Docudrama that Tells the Rest of the Story Behind the Witnesses of the Book of Mormon
I expect that at least some of you have seen the Interpreter Foundation’s 2021 dramatic film, “Witnesses.” I certainly hope so. (If you haven't, here's how you can see it). But we never understood the theatrical film to be the whole of the overall Witnesses film project. And we are ready to present the next portion of the story.
I never imagined in a million years that someday in my retirement years I would help create a film on what has become the key to understanding who I am and where I came from. That key information would become part of my life’s work—a knowledge that gave me a purpose and a plan.
We invite any who are curious to learn more about Latter-day Saint topics such as temple ordinances, sacred clothing, events in church history that include violence, and polygamy. Here are just a few perspectives and resources on some of the issues that Under the Banner of Heaven tackles.
Recently, Elder Jackson Weaver shared his rendition of "How Great Thou Art", a performance inspired by a member's message to him that he, "wouldn't know the goodness of God if I didn't need him so much". The familiar hymn takes on new tenderness in this acoustic version that carries with it this missionary's testimony.
After winning both Best Documentary honors at the LDS Film Festival (jury selection and audience choice), "Waterman" began its theatrical run in Hawaii on April 1 and has quickly become the #1 documentary in America. See why the story of Duke Kahanamoku and his legacy is resonating so strongly with audiences across the nation.