April 2013 saw the premier of Ilchi Lee's film, "Change: The LifeParticle Effect." The New York Times bestselling author created this dynamic documentary as a guide for anyone stuck in a rut who is seeking a change for the better. It has helped countless people develop a stronger connection between the mind and body, and now the film has been recognized at the the International Film Festival.
Held in Jakarta, Indonesia, this year's International Film Festival was the first to feature a "Spirituality, Religion and Visionary" category. It's aim is to call attention to inspirational movies that promote peace and harmony as well as commitment to spirituality. So it's no surprise that "Change" received huge praise under this category.
The Nov. 27 ceremony not only featured a screening of Ilchi Lee's film, but "Change" also won several awards, including 10 different "Awards of Excellence," "Best Short Documentary" and the "Gold Award." Lee was immensely grateful for the recognition of his achievements and graciously accepted the awards, telling the crowd of his future goal to "keep moving forward after this film and keep creating change in the world."