2024 K-LOVE Fan Awards: Film of the Year Nominees

Posted on Tuesday, May 14, 2024 by Lindsay Williams

K-LOVE Fan Awards: Film of the Year Nominees

For the first time, film and television each get their own category, leaving this year’s Film Impact slate filled to the brim with eight movies that have been praised by critics and audience members alike over the course of the past 12 months. From inspiring biopics to a holiday musical and even a sci-fi dystopian thriller, the current ballot holds something for every preference and charts some bold new territory for faith-based films. While “War Room,” “I Can Only Imagine” and “American Underdog” are just some of the blockbuster hits that have previously triumphed in this category through the years, fans will once again determine which film will come out on top in 2024.

Hosted by Brandon Lake and Sadie Robertson Huff, the 11th annual K-LOVE Fan Awards will air exclusively on TBN Friday, May 31, 2024, at 7 p.m. CT / 8 p.m. ET.

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“After Death”

After Death

“Is there life after death?” It’s an inevitable question everyone asks at some point in their lives. In “After Death,” science and spirituality converge in a series of real near-death experiences to probe the depths of this query. Scientists, Christian authors and survivors, whose lives have literally flashed before their eyes, come together to discuss, debate and explore the likelihood of life after death; and in the process, they invite viewers to consider the possibility that an afterlife does indeed exist.

“Big George Foreman”

Big George Foreman

“Big George Foreman” tells the remarkable story of the oldest and most unlikely World Boxing Heavyweight Champion of all time, George Foreman. As the film depicts, the dubious contender works his way out of poverty and onto a world stage. A comeback story for the ages, the Olympic gold medalist endures a near-death experience that forces him into a round or two with his own demons and eventually inspires him to become an ordained minister and an advocate for his hometown and the community that raised him.

“Journey to Bethlehem”

Journey to Bethlehem

Live-action Christmas musical “Journey to Bethlehem” marked the 2023 holiday season by bringing the timeless story of Jesus’ birth to the silver screen. A fresh score and all-original music soundtrack the new cinematic offering that features several of your favorite Christian artists like Joel Smallbone (for KING & COUNTRY), Lecrae and MÕRIAH acting and singing alongside Hollywood stars like Fiona Palomo, Milo Manheim and Academy Award® nominee Antonio Banderas.

“Ordinary Angels”

Ordinary Angels

Starring Hillary Swank and Alan Ritchson, “Ordinary Angels” portrays the true story of a determined but struggling hairdresser, Sharon (Swank), who finds a rejuvenated sense of purpose after meeting a hard-working widower, Ed (Ritchson), and his two young daughters. When one of them needs a liver transplant, Sharon embarks on an all-out mission to help the little girl get the life-saving medical care she needs. As one might imagine, an uplifting account of unwavering faith, strong community and divine intervention unfolds.

“Sound of Freedom”

Sound of Freedom

“Sound of Freedom” became a dark horse hit when it released in theaters on Independence Day last year and shed new light on the uncomfortable and highly nuanced subject of human trafficking. Based on a true story, the movie follows a federal agent who rescues a young boy from merciless child traffickers. After learning the boy’s sister is still enslaved, the operative risks his life and his career as he sets out on a dangerous, death-defying journey deep into the Colombian jungle to save her.

“The Blind”

The Blind

Chronicling the backstory of “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson, “The Blind” takes moviegoers back to rural 1960s Louisiana. While Robertson is an outspoken person of faith today, his past looks vastly different. His is a redemption story of unlikely proportions, and “The Blind” rewinds to the very beginning allowing viewers to witness his transformation as the backwoods kid grows into a man, falls in love, overcomes addiction and eventually builds a business and a family that will leave a legacy for generations to come.

“The Chosen, Season 4” (Theatrical Release)

The Chosen

Controversy, division and violence reach a fever pitch in Season 4 of “The Chosen” as Jesus (Jonathan Roumie) continues to challenge the laws of the day. As the show builds to the crescendo of the cross, his disciples find themselves at a pivotal crossroads. The K-LOVE Fan Award-winning series made its season premiere at the box office with an unprecedented rollout that gave fans of the show the chance to binge the fourth season in theaters around the world before it hit streaming platforms.

“The Shift”

The Shift

Hallmark Channel star Kristoffer Polaha stars as Kevin Garner in “The Shift,” a dystopian thriller that transports the God-fearing family man through multiple dimensions to reunite with the love of his life, Molly, played by Elizabeth Tabish. Loosely based on the biblical character of Job, Garner loses everything and is forced to fight an evil nemesis named “the Benefactor” through various parallel realities to reclaim everything he cares about most.

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