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Cat in the Mill Studios (Dallas, San Jose, Costa Rica) produced the first-ever feature-length CGI adaptation of The Pilgrim’s Progress. John Bunyan’s beloved Christian allegory, has been considered to be the second-most important book in history (second only to the Bible), being been translated into more than 200 languages and never been out of print. Steve, Debra Cleary are owners of the studio. They have experieced distribution interest for the film throughout the world.
This is the incredible documentary about the life work of Charles Mully and his family who have to worked to extend their Family by rescuing, rehabilitating over 12,000 homeless, street children who live in Kenya so they could go back to their tribes as doctors, teachers, and other trained professionals to serve the ones who originally abandoned them. It is one of the most astonishing, inspiring true stories of rescue, rehabilitation of street children to an oasis of eternal hope.
In 2020, SONY acquired PureFlix streaming service. PureFlix was renamed after the sale to SONY as Pinnacle Peak Pictures. PureFlix, which began as an independent faith movie studio, has now become a part of the SONY legacy with its Affirm Films. In the attached interview David White provides insights into current developments with Redemptive Films.
Veteran SFC Travis Fox (TC Stallings) returns home to fighting PTSD. Fox has been in a combat unit in which most were killed by a deadly IED attack. Travis returns to settle the affairs of his parents who had died. This redemptive movie has been produced by independent studios: Manns/Mackie Studios; Ty Manns Productions; Action Faith Media; Pqulr Productions; Apex Post Production; Kappa Studios... This movie has also been distributed by Collide Co., Fathom Events, and Faith Content Network.
This is a delightful, G-rated Charlie Brown movie in which the Peanuts gang celebrates Thanksgiving. Peppermint Patty invites herself and her friends over to Charlie Brown’s for Thanksgiving. With Linus, Snoopy, and Woodstock, Chuck attempts to host a traditional holiday feast. In this Emmy-winning film, dinner becomes a disaster when Snoopy and Woodstock serve toast and popcorn as the main dish. However, Marcie steps in and saves the holiday. In the end, Linus tells the history of Thanksgiving,
Dr. Diane Howard serves film, television, digital platforms with a wide range of experience, training in performance, production. With a background as a published scholar and author, she is also a frontline journalist of depth and breadth. She is especially known for live, exclusive interviews with leading figures in redemptive movies and other performance media. She writes for the best Redemptive, Family magazines and publicizes the top Redemptive, Family movies on leading social media sites.
Throughout history, great art has been produced because of the wealth, power, and influence of patrons. Today collectively each of us who is interested in redemptive, family-friendly movies, media has social responsibility, patronage Clout! Consumers, as always, are influencing the kinds of movies, TV, ads on various forms of media. In recent years, consumers have been influencing production of edifying, enlightening, and enriching content in movies, television programs, streaming videos...
You can produce your own digital series on a cost-effective, user-friendly platform to tell your own wonderful eternally significant stories. With aesthetically pleasing backdrops; interviews with well-spoken, engaging leaders; and footage of vibrant, active examples that build in intensity to a climactic point and summarizing conclusion, you can film an engaging documentary. You can also produce original dramatic stories with a good writers, skilled actors, and experienced filmmakers.
In recent years there has been an ongoing Reformatio, Renaissance in movies for theaters, churches, and streaming. We celebrate this continuing and growing process of rebirth, renewal, and refreshment in movies and TV streaming. This year we have seen a range of top redemptive movies for all ages in many genres: dramatic, documentary, bio-pic, animated, and more. There have been many engaging, insightful redemptive movies in theaters and homes in 2019 and many more to anticipate in 2020.
During the pandemic and forward, Christian comunicators and organizations have been increasingly sharing inspirational hope through new streaming technologies and more to the world. These include the following: churches, streaming channels, movies and more. God's ways include ironies and paradoxes as He works through His peope to communicate eternal hope and Truth.
Since the revival in media, especially in movies, first with the Passion of the Christ in 2004, we have seen a growing Renaissance, Reformation of content, artistry in redemptive movies. In the seismic, paradigm shifts in many arenas we are seeing our Lord purify and bring about good and reformation even from evil, dangerous, compromising situations in new, innovative, unexpected ways. God and His goodness always prevail and win in the end.
Today, independent film, media companiesf are prevailing. These often have less challenges with compromising material than large corporations who have more individuals weighing in with their agendas that often include compromising ones. Redemptive movies have increasingly good content, artistry. We have more, better, authentic, redemptive movies providing solutions for today’s challenges, inspiring joy, Truth, vital connection.
In interviews with Sonoma Christian Home at a recent premiere screening of Paramount Studios/MGM’s Ben-Hur, Roma Downey said that “…it is better to light a candle than curse the darkness” and Nazanin Boniadi (who plays Esther in the movie) said, “…love drives out darkness.” This classic story with its universal themes of reconciliation, restoration and redemption is especially relevant for such a time as this.
The Bible is a biographical, dramatic miniseries covering God’s creation through landmark events leading to the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. This outstanding miniseries has good acting, production, and cinematography. It weaves the Biblical accounts together keeping integrity of Scripture with emotional, spiritual depth, and engagement. Some details are left out and some added for dramatic effect. This miniseries brings the Bible to life in all its power and significance.
Hollywood Reporter, “...religious organizations throughout ... country... buying out screens and distributing tickets to... thousands ...for ‘Theater Take-Overs’ ... Feb. 27, ...night before the film’s officially released...” Further, Crossroads Church is bringing thousands to a Cinemark theater, where Son of God will be showing on 13 screens at the same time. Saddleback Church is buying out screens in eight different theaters...
This entertaining, endearing, family movie promotes valuing, defending, caring for family and community. It also makes a case against deceit, manipulation, commercializing British traditions (and other national traditions). The live action animal characters in this film are amazing and delightful.