The Widow's Might was put out by HeuMoore Productions. It was good but we agreed that we liked their other movies, Heartstrings, Bubble Trouble, and Siblings What a Blast, better. There was one scene we didn't care for with some music we didn't appreciate and so it probably won't go in the library. It has a good message and I'm sure we'll watch it again with the remote in hand for the one scene. It's 54 minutes long and Gator is entertaining once again.
Pendragon was put out by the Burns Family Studios and is 110 minutes long. This is done by the same family that did Quest for Glory if you've ever seen that. This movie however, was very professionally done. I'm sure for those that watch TV you'll see lots of problems and it might be a bit fakey in parts, but we felt it was excellent. It's a very dramatic story that takes place in the days when the Saxons were invading Britian. For those that don't like war type movies you probably wouldn't enjoy this, but it has a good story line with it's good guys and bad guys. It was a good reminder that in the end, God will prevail. Yes, this will go in the library with a warning for anyone that has young children that might get bothered by violent sword fights.
By the way, for those not familiar with the San Antonio Film Festival, the idea of it was to get people making movies that glorify God and are clean. The top prize this year, $101,000!!! went to the makers of The Widow's Might. (Wow!) Most of the films entered are done by ordinary families or people that are just learning film making so they may not be professional but they are good. Some, like Fireproof, are professionally done. And yes, we were up really late. We had to keep pushing the pause button everytime someone got up so they wouldn't miss anything!