Brett McCracken is a senior editor of The Gospel Coalition, overseeing content related to culture and the arts, and his favorite art form is film. Brett isn’t just a self made cinephile, he studied film at UCLA.

Brett has a wide breadth of cinema theory and history, and he brings this experience to his criticism and analysis of films, and provides Christian filmmakers some unique ways of understanding film that just might stretch our approach to our craft.

Listen to Part 2 of my interview with Brett.


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