Legacy: A Mormon Journey
|Legacy: A Mormon Journey|
|Directed by||Kieth Merrill|
|Produced by||Scott Swofford|
|Written by||Kieth Merrill|
|Music by||Merrill Jenson|
|Edited by||Kathleen Korth|
|Distributed by||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
Legacy: A Mormon Journey is a 53-minute film produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Legacy depicts the life of two recent converts from the 1830s to the 1890s. The characters are fictional, though the events they experience are historical.
The film was initially produced to be shown in the Legacy Theatre of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building (JSMB), following the building's complete remodel. After the building's reopening, Legacy premiered on July 3, 1993. In addition to screenings in the JSMB adjacent to Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, it was also shown at the Visitors' Centers at the church's Washington D.C. and Mesa Arizona temples. It was replaced in March 2000 by The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd.
- "Legacy". Mormon Literature & Creative Arts database. Brigham Young University. Retrieved 2015-06-03.
- Hall, Airen (October 2012), "Melodrama on a Mission: Latter-Day Saint Film and the Melodramatic Mode", Journal of Religion and Film 16 (2): 32–35
- Lefler, Thomas J.; Burton, Gideon O. (2007). "A Toward a Mormon Cinematic Aesthetic: Film Styles in Legacy". BYU Studies 46 (2): 274–304.
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