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{A&E} Favorite LDS Film Contest--Round 1

We Mormons love our LDS culture and heritage. We love them so much, we produce movies about them all the time (I don’t see any other religions making movies like Sons of the Vatican, or Mobsters and Muslims.)

Everyone has their favorite, whether it’s a drama like Charly, or the oh-so-funny Singles Ward, and LDS Living thought it would be fun to host a contest to determine the most-loved LDS film. Now, these aren’t films produced by the Church (like Legacy, or Testaments) because that wouldn’t be fair or appropriate to compare these to ones like The RM. But everything else is fair game.

Vote for your favorite films within each category, and if you feel like we’ve left out your favorite, leave a comment below. If we get enough write-ins for a particular film, we’ll make sure to include it in the next round.

Comedy: Group 1

The RM
Mobsters and Mormons
Pride and Prejudice: A Latter-day Comedy
Sons of Provo
American Mormon

Comedy: Group 2

Singles Ward
Baptists at Our Barbeque
The Mouths of Babes
Anxiously Engaged
Scout Camp

Drama: Group 1

The Work and the Glory
Charly
Midway to Heaven
The Errand of Angels
Emma Smith: My Story

Drama: Group 2

The Best Two Years
17 Miracles
Saturday’s Warrior
The Book of Mormon Movie
One Good Man
Return with Honor

Drama: Group 3

The Other Side of Heaven
Johnny Lingo (classic version)
Saints and Soldiers
Passage to Zarahemla
God’s Army
New York Doll
Comments and feedback can be sent to feedback@ldsliving.com