We’re looking for the year’s best films about personal and civil liberty.
We seek movies and documentaries about self-reliance, innovation, entrepreneurship, individual rights, and the triumph of persuasion over force. Libertarian films often point out the unintended consequences of government intervention, but they’re just as likely to be about a protagonist’s personal struggle for self-expression or self-reliance. Libertarian stories can be found in any family, community, or industry. Our best heroes create their own paths; they don’t conform to the expectations of others. When something goes wrong, they fix it themselves. When something goes right, they give credit where it’s due. Libertarian films show us how to make the world a better place simply by making our own lives better.
Anthem Film Festival Exclusive Interview: Kevin and Sam Sorbo on ‘Miracle in East Texas’
Miracle in East Texas, a new film starring Kevin Sorbo, John Ratzenberger, and Lou Gossett, Jr., will screen on opening night, July 17, at the Anthem Film Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. Anthem, part of the libertarian themed FreedomFest conference, will include 30 films, eight post-screening discussions, and six panels in four days. The conference and film festival, with this year’s theme “The Wild West,” take place at the Paris Las Vegas.
Con-Men and Miracles
Written by screenwriter Dan Gordon, known for The Hurricane (Denzel Washington), Wyatt Earp (Kevin Costner), Let There Be Light (Kevin Sorbo), and Passenger 57 (Wesley Snipes), the film is based on a true story about Depression era middle-America.
Kevin Sorbo is an entrepreneur and unapologetic American Patriot. His latest film Climate Hustle 2, Rise of the Climate Monarchy is so good it is destined to be banned by today's cancel culture. Learn how Kevin survives and thrives in today's up-side-down culture.