Grizzly Peak Films’ “God’s Ears” will get its Thailand premiere at the 9th annual World Film Festival of Bangkok this November.
The film festival runs between November 4 and November 13 in Bangkok and features a large selection of international features and documentaries. “God’s Ears” will be participating as one of four films in the “Autism & Special Needs Section” of the film festival. The three other films in that division being screened are “Kids With Camera”, “Ocean Heaven”, and “For Once in My Life”. The festival is only the 2nd time “God’s Ears” has been screened internationally, the first being at Japan’s “Skip City Film Festival” in 2009. “I am really happy to have the film screen here.”, director and actor Michael Worth says. “And excited with their division of films focusing on the special needs of people on film.”
“God’s Ears” is Worth’s feature film directorial debut and focuses on a man with autism who discovers love in the form of both a woman and the challenge of the boxing ring. It has gone on to great festival success most recently with The Feel Good Film Festival and Route 66 Film Festival awards. The film also stars Margot Farley, Tim Thomerson, Mitzi Kapture-Donahue, Karen Kim, Dominic Daniel, Lois Stewart, Alex Ballar and John Saxon.
Festival screening times to be announced soon.