The 2014 Shen Zhou International Film Festival was held at the Angelika Film Center on July 22, 2014. On the same day, Shen Zhou Film Studio celebrated it’s 8th anniversary. Shen Zhou Film Studio also received a congratulatory letter from Congressman Moran for the special occasion.
The 2014 Shen Zhou International Film Festival was succesfully held on July 22nd in Virginia (USA). To fulfill the audience’s hope that more people will be able to see these movies, Shen Zhou screened them at the film festival. To thank the audience for support, Shen Zhou Film Studio decided to debut its newest film, “The Stories of Two Artists,” on Shen Zhou Web Theater.
On July 22nd, Shen Zhou International Film Festival was held at the Angelika Film Center. Four films, including movies and documentaries, about cultivation stories of Falun Gong practitioners were shown. The first movie “Shake the World” revealed the brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners who cling to their beliefs and stand up for their convictions in mainland China. The second movie “Forever” tells the true story of a young practitioner’s mental and physical changes after practicing Falun Gong. However, he was killed one day before his wedding, leaving behind his grieving fiancée and parents.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Shen Zhou International Film Festival kicked off at noon of July 22, 2014 in Washington, D.C.’s Angelika Film Center. At 4 pm, the new Shen Zhou film, “The Story of Two Artists” had its world premiere at the festival. The 30-minute short film attracted a large audience, with some saying that they would come again at 7:30 pm. The film was to be shown again because the film has such rich content and a lot of things that are worth pondering over deeply.
Image: Ms. Moo Young. (Photographer: Ziqing Su/The Epochtimes News Paper)
2014 Shen Zhou International Film Festival is held on July 22 at the Angelika Film Center. All of the films are showed on the film festival are about Falun Gong practitioners’ stories. They include “Shake the World,” “Forever,” “Awakening,” and the documentary “The Story of Two Artists.” The second screening, “Forever,” was shown at two o’clock in the afternoon. Many of the audience had tears in their eyes and even hugged the staff, thanking them for showing the film.
Image: Mr. Marco Rojas and his mother. (Photographer: Ziqing Su/The Epochtimes News Paper)
WASHINGTON, DC – July 22 marked the start of the 2014 Shen Zhou International Film Festival in Washington, D.C.’s Angelika Film Center. The first film shown was “Shake the World,” a movie produced for Shen Zhou Film Studios in 2006.