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After a great reception on the festival circuit, Cinedigm (NASDAQ: CIDM) and Fathom Events announced today that the inspirational film A Father’s Legacy will be available to be shown on your church beginning July 1, 2021.


After the movie, the event features a conversation with Director/Star Jason Mac and Pastor Brannon Short from Bayside Church about the importance of fatherhood, how the choices you make have consequences and additional key takeaways from the film.


"Too many young men have no male role model growing up, so I hope that becomes a lesson and learning from this film.”

Writer/Director Jason Mac

A Father’s Legacy is an inspirational story that touches on family, redemption and loyalty as it follows a young man (Jason Mac) on the run after an armed robbery. Hiding from the law, he sets out to find the father he never knew. Venturing further away from the city streets, he finds himself at the secluded home of a stranger (Tobin Bell). As the days pass and the secrets about their past are revealed, they learn that they might not have been looking for each other...but they may have been brought together for a reason.

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Take the “A Father's Legacy” challenge and then PASS IT ON!


PRINT. The "A Father's Legacy" sign click to download


PLACE. In the white space, write the name of your father, grandfather or a mentor who impacted your life and that you want to honor.


POSE. If that person is still alive, take a picture with him and the sign filled in with his name. If he is no longer alive take a selfie with a picture of him (if one is available) and the filled in sign. Of course you can always just post a selfie of you holding the completed sign to honor the man who most impacted you.


POST. Now post the photo on any and all social media you are a part of including a few words about that person. Once you post your picture and note CHALLENGE every one you know to do the same.