Thine Eyes

67. Thine Eyes (2009)

summary:

a first-ever prolife documentary on the annual Washington DC March for Life

produced by: Jack Cashill

narrated by: Jennifer O’Neill

Reviews

You can watch 10 minutes of the documentary at the official site

here’s a youtube video entitled “Media Malpractice at March For Life”

here’s an interview with Jack Cashill about Thine Eyes by “The B-Cast”

from Jill Stanek:

Thine Eyes was professionally filmed and edited using 6 cameras.

What is Thine Eyes all about and why was it filmed?…

The title was taken from Psalm 139:16:

Thine eyes have seen my unformed substance; And in Thy book were all written the days that were ordained for me, When as yet there was not one of them.

From the website:

This documentary film provides a firsthand view of the spirit of the March for Life and its participants.

To accomplish this goal a team of professionals has been assembled to produce a high definition film of this significant event:

They are Steve Sanborn, Executive Producer; Jack Cashill, Producer; Mike Wunsch, Outpost Pictures, Director; and actress Jennifer O’Neill, Narrator.

The film specifically does 4 things:

1. Provides accurate and artistic coverage of the 36th annual March for life to be shared with the world via DVD, Christian television networks and on YouTube. A sub-point to be made here is that mainstream media presence and coverage is tracked in this film.

2. Includes a fund raising appeal component on behalf of the pro-life movement in general. Viewers must know that the pro-life movement raises roughly $50 million annually while our opponents raise billions. This film inspires pro-life people to give time, talent and treasure to the pro-life cause.

3. Raises awareness about the March for Life and the prolife position, with a specific target – young people – with a message that is strictly based on the “conception to natural death” position.

4. Provides a visual resource to prolife organizations, schools, churches and any person or organization that wishes to make use of this resource.

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