Movies & TV
The Cathedral and the Movie Theater
They are spaces that teach us how to live.
Duck Dynasty Wife: The More Christians on Reality TV, the Better
How unexpected fame and quirky family has helped Jessica Robertson share her faith.
Sundance Diary - Day 5: 'True Story,' 'Prophet's Prey,' and 'Listen to Me Marlon'
Playing cat-and-mouse with a serial killer, a dangerous polygamous cult, and Marlon Brando, in his own words.
Sundance Diary - Day 4: 'Mistress America' and 'Last Days in the Desert'
A screwball comedy about what we want and a small drama about Jesus.
Sundance Diary - Day 3: 'The End of the Tour,' 'I Am Michael,' and 'Mississippi Grind'
Buddy road trips proliferate, plus a true story about an ex-gay pastor.
Sundance Diary - Day 2: 'A Walk in the Woods,' 'Best of Enemies,' and 'The Witch'
Prepare to wander the Appalachian Trail, begin the slow decline of political media coverage, and get properly frightened in the woods.
Sundance Diary - Day 1: Film Critic Twitter and 'What Happened, Miss Simone'
Welcome to Park City. Where's my orientation packet?
Why the Shift from Horror to Terror on 'CSI' Is a Problem
There's graphic, and then there's gratuitous.
Poignant indie film celebrates sanctity of life—through death.
This is what happens when you give a mediocre thriller script to a world-class director.
Ewan McGregor and Rodrigo Garcia On Jesus, Satan, and 'Last Days in the Desert'
Our exclusive interview with the star and director of the hotly-anticipated Sundance feature.
Time-travel thriller asks whether our actions are foreordained, or a matter of choice.
David Oyelowo: 'Selma Was a Spiritual Endeavor For Me'
We talked to the 'Selma' actor about praying on set, playing an icon as a real human, acting as a calling, and why Christians ought to see the movie.
The Long Tail: 'The Sublime and Beautiful' and 'The Pleasures of Being Out of Step'
The first entry in a monthly column on great films to watch at home.
Is It God, or Is It Us?
We talked about God a lot this year in pop culture, but not the same way.
Evil is a True Thing
This year, the stories we told ourselves often explored the origins of evil, with surprising answers.
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