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At only 4-years-old, The Canadian International Faith & Family Film Festival is fast becoming a significant player among Christian film festivals, and inside of Canada, it is the one to attend. It's held every Fall in Toronto on the coat tails of TIFF (The Toronto...
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,...
Brian Mitchell is the Chief Operating Officer of The WTA Group, formerly known as Working Title Agency, which helps creatives develop, finance, produce and market films, books and other products to the faith market, and beyond. Brian has been working in this...
After Grace Unplugged was released, writer/director Brad Silverman chronicles his experience through a long dry period and recounts God's faithfulness during that time as he parted ways with one producing partner and was sought by a new one. This is the...
“The motion picture camera, like the printing press, is a gift from God. We can use it for God’s purpose.”
James K. Friedrich in the
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MUST HAVE BOOKS FOR CHRISTIAN CINEPHILES
A brilliant theologian and literary scholar opens a window not only on Malick’s masterpiece, but on the theological possibilities of cinema
The fascinating origins of the Christian film history. What we wrestle with today has been dealt with in the past.
Writing, directing, acting — it’s all here. Most every book that has followed has only complicated and encumbered the writer and filmmaker. If it was good enough for Stanley Kubrick…