"Fire in Brazil" Set to Spread to Milan

A U. K. Charity’s documentary film about Brazil has been nominated as a finalist at a prestigious Milan film festival.

London, United Kingdom, October 06, 2008 --(PR.com)-- One of the most prestigious Christian Film Festivals, the biannual Sabaoth International Film Festival held in Milan, Italy, has nominated the documentary film “Fire in Brazil” as a finalist in the Feature Documentary Category of the 2008 edition of the international festival. The 47 minute film about the revival that has been sweeping the nation of Brazil and filling both Protestant and Catholic churches there, is a production of Harvest Fields Commissioning International and its media arm OLI Productions. This unique documentary features interviews with Pastors and church leaders from across this vast nation who have been touched by the fires of revival and have seen their churches filled with new life and hungry hearts. Although sometimes classified as a third world country, the richness of the heritage of this land and the exuberance of the joy of new found salvation has permeated every area of society. One leading Brazilian prison official, in the film, describes how his faith has changed the prisons under his charge. One woman explains how she was dramatically healed by the power of God.

The film “Fire in Brazil” is just one of the 50 films produced by HFC International and OLI Productions and is part of their “Into All the World” film series currently being broadcast on 14 TV networks across the Middle East, Russia, the C. I. S. countries, in Arabic across North America & Mexico, Australia, Romania, the U.K., New Zealand, Indonesia, Holland, Turkey, Israel and worldwide on cable and satellite. The films cover such countries as China, Kenya, Sweden, Turkey and Greece.

Harvest Fields Commissioning International is a U. K. Registered Charity with the purpose of assisting in raising up and encouraging churches and leaders in 43 countries and on all 5 continents for work in churches, charities and other humanitarian assistance groups. Its websites are at: http://www.agapelive.net and http://www.hfci.net.

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Harvest Fields Commissioning International
David Sullivan
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