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The 6th Pan Pacific Film Festival ~ Just Around the Corner


July 24-26, 2014 Aratani Community Center in Los Angeles


The 6th Pan Pacific Film Festival (PPFF) is JUST around the corner, July 24-26, 2014 at the Aratani Community Center in Los Angeles.  Don’t miss this great opportunity to attend this event, become a sponsor, sign up to be a speaker, or have your movie showcased during the event.

For more details, contact David Wood via e-mail or (310) 717-4164.

PPFF Flyer

Lots of different opportunities for this event, so get in touch with David today.   David Wood – e-mail or (310) 717-4164.


This photo was taken 2 years ago at the 5th Pan Pacific.  It was our FIRST and only Film Festival we’ve attended thus far.  Here are some of the fun blogs I posted during the event, with some more photos.  You’ll notice me (Annelie) along with Erica from Sonoma Christian Home who is interviewing me on the red carpet.  We are the 2nd group from the left.

connections-logoStar Connections

You may ask yourself WHY.  Why would I want to become a sponsor?  Why would I want to be a speaker?  Why would I want my faith based film showcased?  Why would I want to come and attend the film festival?

Star connections is my answer.  We are all family and there are so many family members you haven’t met yet, that is why it’s a great opportunity to be a part of this film festival.

We met so many wonderful people when we attended 2 years ago, not necessarily stars like Keifer Sutherland or Sandra Bullock, but stars nonetheless…QUALITY people, quality connections.  Don’t miss out!

General Admission is FREE so register Today.


DetailsFor more details, contact David Wood via e-mail or (310) 717-4164.

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Annelie’s Christian Film World Blog

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  1. 10 June 14, 8:42pm

    I’m so excited that The Good Book is on the list of nominees for this year’s Pan Pacific Film Festival. I’ve been reading everything I can about the festival and so I really enjoyed reading your blogs. I’d actually read them originally, but this time they took on more meaning.

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