LIFEMARK Film About David Scotton ’12: Special Invitation to Jesuit Community

Posted August 15, 2022 / Last updated August 23, 2022

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NOTE: Due to overwhelming interest from the Jesuit community, tickets to this event are now sold out.

The Kirk Cameron film LIFEMARK about the story of Blue Jay David Scotton ’12 will hold a New Orleans premiere at the Jefferson Parish Performing Arts Center on Sunday, August 28 at 6 p.m. By using the link below, Jesuit parents and alumni can obtain free tickets to this event while spots remain.

When registering for tickets, indicate enter “Jesuit” when prompted “please specify who invited you.”

The film was inspired by a 2018 documentary, I Lived on Parker Avenue, which told the true story of Scotton and his family. Along with actors Justin Sterner and Rebecca Nelson and producer Stephen Kendrick, Scotton himself will be present at the premiere to speak to attendees about his story and the significance of the film itself.


The Kendrick Brothers, Kirk Cameron Entertainment and Fathom Events are releasing their new film, LIFEMARK, in theaters nationwide on September 9th. LIFEMARK is inspired by Louisiana Right to Life’s (LARTL) 2018 documentary I Lived on Parker Avenue.

I Lived on Parker Avenue is a short documentary about the life of Louisiana native David Scotton. He was adopted at birth after his teenage mother nearly aborted him. He was raised in New Orleans and began working on this project with LARTL while a student at Jesuit High School.  

To celebrate the release of LIFEMARK, Louisiana Right to Life and Giving Hope are hosting an invite-only New Orleans Red Carpet Premiere of LIFEMARK at the Jefferson Performing Arts Center on Sunday August 28th.