The Pan Pacific Film Festival, or PPFF, is a family-friendly film festival dedicated to promoting positive media and restoring core values of faith, hope, and love in today’s society. The 4th PPFF was held on October 28th and 29th at the AT&T Center in Downtown Los Angeles. Many guests, filmmakers, celebrities, musicians, and Hollywood professionals all joined PPFF for an evening of glamour and fun.
The event included a music concert, exhibitions, a dazzling red carpet, a filmmakers’ pitch session, all-day film screenings, a very special award ceremony, and a hip after-party on the sparkling 30th floor of the AT&T Center.
PPFF awarded Steve McEveety with the “Filmmaker of the Year” award for his work in Hollywood and for producing “The Passion of the Christ.”
The winners of the film festival award categories included films: Breathe Life, Thirst, Faith , Bus, The Amazing Invitation from Jesus Christ, Jonathan, The Amy Carmichael Story, and Awakened. Special invitation films included Snowmen, What if, and The Forgotten Bag.
PPFF is very excited to host the 5th annual PPFF this year from October 18th-20th at the AMC Theaters at the Santa Anita Mall! Film submissions are open! Join the PPFF movement and support morally-sound, positive media!
Click here to visit the 4th PPFF’s website.