It started in 2001 as a means to promote and support the blossoming “Mormon Cinema” (now Latter-day Saint Cinema) movement. It expanded in the intervening years to include other wholesome films. Now in its 19th year, the LDS Film Festival is back with a new director, a more refined focus, and a fantastic lineup.
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"Empress of Soul" and Latter-day Saint singer Gladys Knight kicked off Sunday's Super Bowl LIII with a heartfelt and stirring rendition of the National Anthem. According to the Huffington Post, she "brought down the house--well, stadium" when she stepped out in her elegant white with accessories nearly as bright and sparkling as her smile.