Tickets for all events are available at 801-225-ARTS, online at scera.org or at the door. Click here for admissions information.

All events are open to the public and take place at the SCERA Center for the Arts in Orem (745 South State Street).

6:00 p.m. Scera Lobby
Mingle and Greet Party

Come and mingle with actors and filmmakers in the lobby of the SCERA Center for the Arts and enjoy the opening night of the 14th LDS Film Festival 2015. With live music and special guests. No ticket necessary.

7:30 p.m. Scera Xango Grand Theatre
Opening Night Film Premiere

Join us for the opening night of the LDS Film Festival with a special premiere film presentation. Come early to experience the unique festival atmosphere and mingle with filmmakers and celebrities to kick off the 14th LDS Film Festival 2015.

6:00 pm | Live Music Event:
Richard Williams
Scera Lobby

Official Website: Richard Williams
Richard has just recently finished his degree at Brigham Young University, where he won 2 Student Emmys at the College TV Awards for the BYU Animations Mashed (2010) and Chasm (2014). He is known for being able to write across a wide spectrum of genres and styles, from jazz, concert band, electronic, and spiritual to rock and orchestral.

Live Performance:
Wednesday, March 4, 6:00 pm, Scera Lobby

7:30 pm | Feature Film:
Scera Xango Grand Theatre

Drama, 112 minutes, color, 2015
Official Website: Freetown
Director: Garrett Batty; Writer: Melissa Leilani Larson, Garrett Batty; Producer: Adam Abel, Garrett Batty; Executive Producer: Bob Carter, Kathy Carter, Nathan Fisher, Rachel Fisher, Brit Server, Bridgette Server, Dan Ashby, Nicole Ashby, Mark Holt, John Whetten; Director of Photography: Jeremy Prusso; Production Designer: Albert Aidoo Bervell; Original Score: Robert Allen Elliott; Editor: Connor O'Malley, S. Mckay Stevens; Sound Mixer: Aaron Merrill.
Cast: Henry Adofo, Michael Attram, Phillip Michael, Bright Dodoo, Clement Amegayie, Alphonse Menyo, Great Ejiro, Nuong Faalong, Bill Myers, Godwin Namboh.

Caught in the middle of a brutal civil war, six Liberian missionaries in Monrovia flee the widespread violence in their native country. Their destination: Freetown, Sierra Leone. With the help of local church member Phillip Abubakar, the missionaries make the difficult journey, only to have their troubles compounded by a rebel fighter bent on killing one of their own. Based on incredible true events, Freetown is a thrilling and inspiring story of hope and survival.

Q&A with the filmmakers after the screening.

Wednesday, March 4, 7:30 pm, Scera Xango Grand Theatre