Kirk Cameron's New Film "Lifemark" Releasing With Almost Prophetic Accuracy

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by Riley Hane
Kirk Cameron's New Film "Lifemark" Releasing With Almost Prophetic Accuracy
Press materials, credit, Lifemark Film Holdings, 2022

This summer, the announcement has been made that Roe v Wade has been overturned, with the timing of almost prophetic accuracy as Kirk Cameron’s film about taking abortion and adoption seriously is in the midst of its promotional efforts.

So, here we have it! Kirk Cameron, Fathom Events, and the Kendrick Brothers have officially announced that Lifemark, a lovely movie about the joys of adoption, reconciliation, and love, is coming to a theater near you starting on September 9th, 2022.

You can watch the featurette here.

   Lifemark features an 18-year-old David, played by Raphael Ruggero, who was contacted by his birth mother unexpectedly, asking to meet him. He starts on his journey and, with the consent of his adoptive parents, finds out truths that shock him to his core.

“It is a joy to be able to bring this real-life story to the big screen,” said Executive Producer Alex Kendrick. “The team at Fathom Events is very excited to partner with the Kendrick Brothers and Kirk Cameron on “Lifemark”. We believe in this film so much that we are going to premiere it in theaters nationwide for a seven-day limited engagement so that audiences have more opportunities to see the film,” commented Ray Nutt, CEO of Fathom Events.

For Fathom Events showtimes or more information go here.
or go to their website.
and follow the story on social media at @lifemarkmovie.

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