LLT Productions, based in California's beautiful Napa Valley, is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to producing high quality documentary films on a variety of religious and historical subjects. "LLT" stands for the Latin phrase "Lux Lucet in Tenebris" (Light shines in darkness).
Founded by James Arrabito, a man with a passion truth, LLT has been inspired by his vision since his tragic death in 1990. His wife Pat has directed the development and production of the materials her husband dreamed and planned for.
LLT's signature achievement has been the completion, in 2005, of The Seventh Day: Revelations from the Lost Pages of History, a five-part documentary series tracing the story of the Bible Sabbath. It has been translated into at least fifteen languages, with over 400,000 copies in circulation world-wide.
In 2012 LLT released the dramatic feature film, Hell and Mr. Fudge, which earned a platinum award at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival. Hell and Mr. Fudge is based on the life story of Edward Fudge, noted evangelical theologian who stood in the vanguard of a movement away from traditional views of hell and eternal torment.
LLT's most recent production, The Wandering Day, discloses the history of the Calendar Reform controversy of the early 20th century. Based on extensive archival research, The Wandering Day spotlights the clash of ideas about minority rights, freedom of conscience, and religious liberty. This is a documentary presentation that will resonate with all who are concerned about these issues today.
LLT Productions offers public seminars on Sabbath History and Life After Death and distributes DVDs and books dealing with biblical and historical topics. For details please follow the Products link at the top of this page.