July 29, 2022

Pro-life movie Lifemark, based on I Lived on Parker Avenue, in theaters on Sept. 9-16

A pro-life film titled Lifemark will be in select theaters throughout the country for one week only, Sept. 9-16.

The film, starring Kirk Cameron and Alex Kendrick, is inspired by the true story told in the short documentary I Lived on Parker Avenue, which was released in 2018.

Both productions tell the story of a mother (who now resides in south-central Indiana) who reaches out to the now-18-year-old son she offered for adoption, and the young man’s journey of discovery in meeting her, a journey that includes learning the truth surrounding his birth.

The movie is produced by Kirk Cameron and the Kendrick Brothers, creators of War Room and Fireproof.

In central and southern Indiana, the film will be shown in select theaters in Avon, Bedford, Bloomington, Greenwood, Indianapolis, New Albany, Richmond, Seymour and Terre Haute.

It will also be shown in cities near the archdiocese, including Cincinnati, Evansville and Louisville.

For a listing of theaters and showtimes and to purchase tickets, go to lifemarkmovie.com. †

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