The Greatest Miracle (2011) was selected to be featured at World Youth Day, one of the world’s largest international Catholic-Christian youth conferences, from August 11-21, 2011. Occurring annually, this 10-day event has attracted approximately 16 million youth since the first small conference in 1986. This year’s conference is expected to draw at least 500,000 young adults to Madrid, Spain.

On Wednesday, August 17th, there will be a full screening of The Greatest Miracle in 3D at Fuen Carral Street Screen #1 at 15:30. The producer, Pablo José Barroso, will present the film prior to the screening to 400 international visitors to the WYD.

WHO: Dos Corazones Films Feature presentation at World Youth Day
WHAT: The Greatest Miracle film screening in 3D
WHERE: FuenCarral Street Screen #1 at World Youth Day in Madrid, Spain
WHEN: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 15:30
Also, following a special Film Score Open Air Concert at Luchana Street at 20:30, the producer will present the trailer of The Greatest Miracle, as well as a live orchestra performance of the film’s music to an audience of 10,000 youth.

The Greatest Miracle (2011), directed by Bruce Morris (Curious George, Finding Nemo, Hercules, Pocahontas, The Little Mermaid), will be featured on the third day of the official conference in Madrid. This Dos Corazones Films production is scheduled to release in the United States this October and is a contemporary story of hope, inspiration and faith.

The film follows three Catholics who have each reached a period of crisis. Their three stories intertwine when each of the characters feel a great need to be in the church. What they do not know, is that their lives are about to change forever. With the help of guardian angels, these characters will witness the true meaning of Mass and the supernatural forces behind Christ’s sacrifice to the altar – a constant struggle between good and evil ending in the triumphant victory of faith.

World Youth Day is a yearly celebration that was started by Pope John Paul II as a way to inspire the young and encourage them to live the teachings of Christ. Youths from many nations around the globe come together, celebrating the universality of and diversity within the Catholic Church. The conference attracts all denominations to unite as one in the walk of faith.

This year, World Youth Day will offer youth a chance to participate in mass with the host of the conference, Cardinal Rouco of Madrid, as well as attend a variety of teaching sessions held across the city and a closing mass led by Pope Benedict XVI.
During the week leading up to the final mass at World Youth Day, the youth gather in catechesis to learn the teachings of the faith and celebrate in the many offered festivities. Conference attendees have the opportunity to view Christian films, listen to inspirational speakers and teachers and connect with thousands of other young devout Christians.

After the screening, World Youth Day participants will be given the exclusive opportunity to experience a live orchestra performance at the Luchana Street open-air concert venue, where a suite of music from The Greatest Miracle will play in conjunction with a trailer of the film. This will highlight the film’s spectacular soundtrack composed by Mark McKenzie (The Tale of Despereaux, Ice Age: The Meltdown, Spider-Man 1&2, Stuart Little 1&2).

WHO: Dos Corazones Films presents a live soundtrack concert at World Youth Day
WHAT: The Greatest Miracle orchestra performance of a suite of music from the film
WHERE: Luchana Street – Open Air at World Youth Day in Madrid, Spain
WHEN: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 20:30

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About Dos Corazones Films
Dos Corazones is an independent production and distribution company created in 2006. It produces high quality films and focuses its efforts on getting talented groups of people together to develop projects with positive messages based on universal values. Over the years, the company has been involved in many ambitious projects, Guadalupe being the first film they produced in 2006. The company then bought the rights to two international films released in theaters and on dvd titled Karol (2006) and Cascia (2007).


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