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This is a wonderful opportunity from Movieguide (R), a program aimed to equip the next generation of Hollywood industry leaders. Selected fellows meet with, and be mentored by, working industry professionals and have since gone on to begin their own careers in this very unique industry. Inklings Fellows receive an unprecedented opportunity to live in Los Angeles, fully funded, for four months while they receive worldview training and mentorship from Hollywood industry leaders.
Dr. Diane Howard recommends top recent redemptive, family movies for libraries (personal, home, educational, churches, and public). Diane Howard, Ph.D. (Performances Studies is a movie editor, interviewer, and publicist for the best in redemptive, family movies & TV for content and artistry to promote what is excellent for a range of viewers for good, eternal difference in our world. (See https://dianehoward.com/)
Happy New Year to my Friends! As ongoing gifts to you I continue to screen and recommend the best in artistry and content in redemptive movies and media. May we all pursue what is best. May we enjoy the good, uplifting gifts our Lord gives us in all aspects of our world. Warmly, Diane Howard, https://www.imdb.com/user/ur8306785/lists?ref_=ttls_otl_sm
The filmmakers have committed to donate this film to missionaries, home church leaders, underground church leaders, and others around the world, in 100 languages. The film is already being translated into 26 languages most often in regions where Christians face extreme danger, including Mandarin, Spanish and Farsi.
Here are top movies which celebrate our national Thanksgiving heritage. https://www.imdb.com/list/ls097343683/ . See also https://www.imdb.com/user/ur8306785/lists?ref_=ttls_otl_sm
The are top recommended Easter films. In this article images, reviews, descriptions, and trailers are provided.
The focus of this magazine is on Christian Missions and Ministries, as well as Redemptive Media and Movies. It is a joint effort between interviewer/ journalist Dr. Diane Howard and designer/illustrator David Ray Skinner to share the Gospel’s redemptive message that is currently being woven into Christian outreach work, movies, and entertainment today. Together we stay on the frontlines keeping the magazine updated with the latest developments. See what is new on this site.
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey produced "The Bible" series on History Channel. They also produced the feature film “Son of God” (20th Century Fox), and “Ben Hur” (MGM and Paramount). Together, Burnett and Downey have produced numerous television series including "The Women of the Bible" (Lifetime); “The Dovekeepers” (CBS); “A.D. The Bible Continues” (NBC); "Answered Prayers” (TLC). They were also executive producers on the feature films “Little Boy” (Open Road Films) and “Woodlawn” (Pureflix).
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.
War veteran SFC Travis Fox (TC Stallings) returns home to fight one more battle - PTSD. Fox and his best friend have been in their 6th combat deployment when all but Fox were killed in a deadly IED attack. Travis returns to his home to settle the affairs of his parents who had passed away. In searching for answers about his parents, he also struggles with PTSD and a secret hidden by his hometown friend.
14-year-old Annabel lives with her fisherman grandfather on an island paradise, surrounded by an extended family of loving but quirky neighbors and her best friend - a dolphin named Mitzy. Grandparents arrive with a shifty lawyer to bring her back to New York. Annabel and friends must save the day and prove that love conquers all! The cinematography is beautiful and the water acrobatics of Mitzy the Dolphin are spectacular.
Another Faith Content Network movie, Faith Under Fire, is now released. See my interview with Kevin Sorbo for this honest but inspiring movie. https://fruitinthedesert.com/.../faith-under-fire.../ . Tom is challenged to face his grief and embrace faith in the darkest hours of his life. This movie is available on DVD/VOD/Streaming starting December 8 and is also available through the Faith Content Network to churches, http://faithcontentnetwork.com/, with no hosting or license fees.
COLORS OF CHARACTER: An Artist’s Journey to Redemption is the extraordinary journey of prolific artist Steve Skipper. He, as a role model, has broken down racist walls in fine art. Steve became a Christian, when he was a member of a Birmingham, Alabama street gang. His life was transformed. Focused on faith and painting, Skipper gained notoriety in the sports world for his meticulous artistic style of super-realism. Skipper continued painting the stories of the Civil Rights movement.
This is a series authentically, historically, accurately depicting Biblical accounts of the early church from the Gospels and Books of Acts. Dramatic details in the story that are not found in the Biblical accounts are based on histories of the period that are recognized, respected by scholars. This series reveals the brutality, violence of the times; but most importantly the overcoming power of God’s spirit. Jesus Christ and His followers bring Truth, Light, Eternal Hope to an oppressed world.
A Father’s Legacy is a timely, thought-provoking, inspirational story that looks at family, redemption, and loyalty as it follows a young man on the run after an armed robbery. Hiding from the law, he sets out to find the father he never knew. Venturing further away from the city streets, he finds himself at the secluded home of a stranger.. As the days pass and the secrets about their past are revealed, they learn that they may have been brought together for a reason.
“A Week Away” shines joy and light, pointing the way to healthy, jubilant freedom, connection, and hope. When many have been in lockdowns, socially isolated in restrictive, sad situations, especially our young people (many of whom have been experiencing depression, loss of hope), this movie takes viewers through its young characters into the light of healthy outdoor sunshine, positive relationships, and gives joyful hope for the future. It is the first high-energy, dance musical of its kind.
An amazing new distribution paradigm is providing top faith content movies to churches. While Hollywood movies studios and theaters have been struggling and failing, an amazing development has been the production and distribution of some of the best faith content movies through Fathom Events in collaboration with Faith Content Network, which is an association of churches around the country to which any church can apply.
Faith Content Movies are prevailing in the ongoing Reformation of media through the Faith Content Network making new movies available to churches and through emerging independent studios. New alternative media and paradigms of production and distribution are growing to provide media, movies that align with Biblical Truth and are redemptive, uplifting... Whatever is true, honorable, right, pure, lovely, admirable— if anything is excellent or praiseworthy— think on these things. Philippians 4:8
Despite the fact that many long-standing movie studios and theater chains are failing, many new independent, family-friendly, redemptive studios and outlets are producing and providing good, uplifting, truthful movies and media in the ongoing Reformation of film and new alternative media. Many of these first-run movies are being distributed and screened by churches with no hosting or liscensing fees. See http://faithcontentnetwork.com/.
Despite the fact that many long-standing movie studios and theater chains are failing, many new independent, family-friendly, redemptive studios, and outlets are producing and providing good, uplifting, truthful movies and media in the ongoing Reformation of film and new alternative media.
Amazing new distribution paradigm has been recently bringing top belief-based movies for the big screen to churches. Viewers can gather right at their churches' facilities to see these good movies. While Hollywood movies studios, theaters have been struggling, failing in recent years, the production, distribution of high-quality, faith content movies has been growing. Fathom Events and Faith Content Network supports churches to distribute first-run, first-rate, belief-based movies.
Some of the best redemptive films in 2020, have been produced, distributed through Fathom Events with Faith Content Network in which first-run, top quality faith, family movies are provided for churches to show. It is free for approved churches to host one of these movies. Programming are ticketed events for which eligible churches share in the box office receipts. There are no licenses, up-front costs for churches to show some of the best quality movies.
Summer is a great time for families to watch good movies with outdoor scenes, as well as Christian themes worth discussing. Fortunately, there are many worthwhile choices on streaming sites. These movies not only entertain, but they enlighten and edify. They have excellent artistry and content. They provide outstanding discussion starters for families and create interest in being in the great American outdoors. Here are top choices for a range of ages and demographics of excellent movies.