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Destiny's Road Screenings

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2021 Screenings

11/6 @ Faith Fest

9/25 @ Moorpark Film Festival [Received Best Short Film Audience Award]

2/25 - 2/28 @ NC Black Film Festival

TBD @ Jamaica International Faith Film Festival

TBD @ Queen Palm International Film Festival [Received Honorable Mention for Best Short Film in the Inspirational Films Category.]

2020 Screenings

10/12 - 10/25 @ Urban Mediamakers Festival   [Received 2nd Runner-up for Best Short Film]

6/10 @ Black Truth Film Festival  [Received Best Short Film Award]

6/3 - 6/9 @  International Christian Film Festival [Received Best Screenplay Nomination]



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