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A Look at the New LDS Film, “Love, Kennedy”

A Look at the New LDS Film, "Love, Kennedy"

A new faith-based film by beloved LDS filmmaker T.C. Christensen is inspired by the true life and death story of Utah teenager Kennedy Hansen. Kennedy was your normal, fun-loving youth with a penchant for befriending others. Then, a terrible disease began to steal Kennedy’s motor skills and cognitive abilities. It would take years for the diagnosis of Juvenile Batten Disease, a rare …

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Lindsey Stirling’s New Music Video is a Puzzle Adventure Game

Lindsey Stirling's New Music Video is a Puzzle Adventure Game

Lindsey Stirling has released a brand new music video for her original song “Forgotten City,” which was created for the upcoming puzzle adventure game, RiME.   RiME is a single player puzzle adventure game set to be released May 26, 2017. You’ll be able to explore and interact with a mysterious island, solve puzzles, unlock secrets, and more. You can …

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Watch MOTAB’s First Ever Facebook Live

Watch MOTAB's First Ever Facebook Live

For the first time, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sat down for a Facebook live video to discuss their latest album, Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Friends. Choir director Mack Wilberg and associate director Ryan Murphy were interviewed by Kim Farah in front of the world-famous Tabernacle organ at the Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square in Salt Lake City. You can …

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Jenny Oaks Baker Releases New Music Video, “Awake”

Jenny Oaks Baker Releases New Music Video, "Awake"

Director T.C. Christensen, known for his films 17 Miracles and The Cokeville Miracle, is set to debut a new film, Love, Kennedy. The film, to be released on June 2, is inspired by the amazing true story of Kennedy Hansen. Kennedy is a funny, loving child but unexplainably she begins to fall. It takes years for the diagnosis…Juvenile Batten Disease, an extremely rare, terrible and …

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Get Lost in Lindsey Stirling’s Fantastical New Music Video

Get Lost in Lindsey Stirling's Fantastical New Music Video

Lindsey Stirling has released a new music for her song “Lost Girls” off her new album “Brave Enough.” For fans of Lindsey, the famed LDS violinist and performer, you may recognize some of the visual elements in the video. That is because Lindsey wanted the video to be a continuation of her “Shatter Me” music video, which features a ballerina breaking …

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