The 24th Annual Movieguide® Faith & Values Gala


 

By Dan Wooding

UNIVERSAL CITY, CA (ANS) – It was quite an evening for Dolly Parton and her Coat Of Many Colors team at the 24th Annual Movieguide® Faith & Values Gala and Report to the Industry at the Universal Hilton Hotel. For they won the $100,000 Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Television Program of 2015, which was presented to them by actress, Lily Tomlin.

24th Annual - War Room castIf that wasn’t enough, the Grace Award for Most Inspiring TV Performance by An Actress, went to Alyvia Alyn Lind who played the young Dolly in Coat Of Many Colors. Meanwhile, War Room came away with the $100,000 Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Movie of 2015.

One special award for Lifetime Achievement went to Ken Wales, producer of Captive, Christy, Amazing Grace, The Party, Revenge Of The Pink Panther, And The Tamarind Seed

The Epiphany Prizes for Inspiring Movies & TV Supported by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation.

$100,000 Epiphany Prize For Most Inspiring Movie Of 2015 – Winner: War Room Other Nominees: The 33, Brooklyn, Captive, Do You Believe?, Manny, And Woodlawn

$100,000 EPIPHANY PRIZE FOR MOST INSPIRING TELEVISION PROGRAM OF 2015 – Winner: Dolly Parton’s Coat Of Many Colors Other Nominees: A.D.: The Bible Continues, Ancient Roads From Christ To Constantine, Blue Bloods: Hold Outs, Chicago Fire: Forgiving, Relentless, Unconditional, and Saints & Strangers

24th Annual - alyvia-lind-dolly-parton with Dr BaehrTen Best Movies For Families

1 – Home 2 – The Peanuts Movie 3 – Cinderella 4 – The Good Dinosaur 5 – Inside Out 6 – Max 7 – Shaun The Sheep Movie 8 – War Room 9 – Paddington 10 – The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water

Ten Best Movies For Mature Audiences

1 – The 33 2 – Joy 3 – Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation 4 – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 5 – Mcfarland, Usa 6 – The Martian 7 – Captive 8 – Avengers: Age Of Ultron 9 – Jurassic World 10 – Ant-Man

$50,000 Kairos Prizes for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays by First-Time and Beginning Screenwriters:

Kairos Grand Prize (worth $25,000) went to Wayne Sable and Christopher Lovick of Los Angeles, Calif. for Heaven’s Messenger. 1st Runner Up (worth $15,000) went to Harry Keinman of Biloxi, Miss. for Wind And A Prayer. 2nd Runner Up (worth $10,000) went to Birgit Myaard of Alice Springs, Australia for The Hand Of A Woman

$50,000 Chronos Prize for Inspiring Screenplays by Established Artists:

Katherine Craddock of Chantilly, Va. won the Third Annual Chronos Prize for Inspiring Screenplays by Established Artists for her script American Exodus

Bradley Foundation Faith & Freedom Award For Movies

Winner: Joy Other Nominees: Cinderella, The Good Dinosaur, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, Max, Mcfarland, Usa, And Woman In Gold

24th Aanual - Interview with Kevin Sorbo on the Movieguide Red CarpetGrace Award For Most Inspiring Movie Performance By An Actress

Karen Abercrombie for War Room Other Nominees: Kate Mara for Captive and Juliet Stevenson for The Letters

Grace Award For Most Inspiring Movie Performance By An Actor

Ted McGinley for Do You Believe? Other Nominees: Antonio Banderas for The 33, Sean Astin for Woodlawn, and Jon Voight for Woodlawn

Grace Award For Most Inspiring Tv Performance By An Actress

Alyvia Alyn Lind for Dolly Parton’s Coat Of Many Colors Other Nominees: Jennifer Nettles for Dolly Parton’s Coat Of Many Colors

Grace Award For Most Inspiring Tv Performance By An Actor

Juan Pablo Di Pace for A.D.: The Bible Continues Other Nominees: Emmet J. Scanlon for A.D.: The Bible Continues, Joe Dixon for A.D.: The Bible Continues, Gordon Clapp for Chicago Fire: Forgiving, Relentless, Unconditional, Vincent Kartheiser for Saints & Strangers, and Gerald McRaney for Dolly Parton’s Coat Of Many Colors

Special Award For Lifetime Achievement

Ken Wales, producer of Captive, Christy, Amazing Grace, The Party, Revenge Of The Pink Panther, And The Tamarind Seed




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