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I Will Tell


I Will Tell is an 11 night international Christian film festival that runs in central London from 30 August to 9 September each year. I Will Tell is a conversation that started 5 years ago between festival director, Jenny Lee and an inspirational young woman called Anel on the plains of Thoera in Mozambique. The people of Thoera are a spirited and courageous people, facing extreme hardship. Their desire for their story to be known inspired the idea of setting up a film festival that could tell, not only the story of Thoera but also of many other people who need to be heard. Years later, we are even more excited about telling those stories that would otherwise remain untold or that are just not told often enough. We screen almost everything from award-winning documentaries to exciting dramas, inspirational shorts, innovative animations and much more. At the I Will Tell film festival we have sensational speakers and fabulous films. But what truly makes each I Will Tell screening unique is the chance to hear your stories, your thoughts, your questions, your debate, your passion, your shout. That's why no two screenings are ever the same and that's why we say that you are I Will Tell. In 2014, our theme is the R thing focussing on relational thinking on all areas of life. We hope you will join us. Let us take you there ... http://www.iwilltell.com  


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Live Your Dream

The theme for this year's I Will Tell film festival is an exciting and scary one.

Living Your Dreams takes us a notch above Dreaming the Dream and stretches us to be more specific about the dream for our lives rather than the make-believe fairy tale that is often shoved down our throats from a variety of otherwise well-meaning individuals and organisations.

Living the dream means being prepared to sacrifice time, money, relationships, sometimes reputation and respectability. Living your dream means that we would have spent some time deciphering what the specific dream for your life is, what your God given purpose is. What is that one thing that would not be done on the earth if you do not do it?

We are excited about the host of filmmakers who have already started sending their films on a whole range of different topics from the personal to the global - all on the theme Live Your Dream. With the Olympics in London this year we are excited about the global influx into our beloved city and the dream fever that has laready begun to hit some of us. Join us for this year's festival and experience it for yourself - the real possibility of living your dream and inspiring others to do the same. 

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