We do eventually, each of us, come to a consciousness of who we really are and how we interact
with the world around us. We eventually become able to break the culture of silence and
win back the right say our own word that names our world. I Will Tell gives
a voice to those who dare to break the culture of silence in film, provides a platform
for those who are willing to speak up after the film and fans the flame of desire
in other hearts to do the same.
Honour is at the core of every good relationship and relationships are at the core of who we are and everything we do. Without honour, the relational bond becomes mechanical and meaningless. Our reason for being is at its most fulfilling when it forms part of a relationship where there is mutual honour, not the perfunctory respect of others but the true honour that comes from the heart, even when others are worthy of disrespect. Jesus honoured the world more than Himself by giving Himself up for us and laying down an example for us to follow. Whether it's in our financial and political networks, our global connections, the way we educate, what we choose to teach, the way we treat people of a different gender or race or persuasion, how we define entertainment, what is reported in the press, how we treat those who are closest to us, the concept of honour is a revolutionary idea that would transform the way we live. This year’s films are about people who dared to explore the length, breadth, depth and height of the culture of honour in every facet of human activity. What they discovered along the way will thrill, challenge and inspire you to the core of your being.