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Confessions of a Media-Protective Parent
What I’ve learned from trying to keep my kids safe—but not too safe.
Meet the New Apocalypse (Same As the Old One)
"X-Men: Apocalypse" is probably more religious than even its director realizes.
Just a Vessel: Actor Malachi Kirby on ‘Roots,’ Kunta Kinte, and God
The star of the History Channel's "Roots" talks about his faith, his strange route toward his iconic role, and what he learned from playing Kunta Kinte.
Building a Celluloid Bridge
How a church and a film festival are spanning the sacred-secular chasm.
Does the Road to Character Run Through Silicon Valley?
The HBO show draws us in with deeper questions about power and morals.
How Is This Even True?
Is the O.J. Simpson trial really worth another 18 hours of TV? It sure is - now more than ever.
Curtains Up: It’s Our New Entertainment Newsletter!
Introducing your new must-read cheat sheet.
Terence Davies Talks About Making Movies That Speak the Truth
An interview with the legendary British filmmaker, whose movies exude a deep sense of spiritual longing.
Seven Freedom of Speech Films That Are Better Than 'God’s Not Dead 2'
Public conversations about freedom are important, nuanced, difficult things that demand art.
Bey and Bey's God
God and women's freedom are tied up together in Beyoncé's 'Lemonade.'
Why We Want to Return to Stars Hollow
The weirdest part of the Gilmore Girls hometown? How they did community right.
Tribeca Film Festival 2016 Round-Up
Movies about humor and disappointment, inequality and autism, celebrity and Scientology.
Subscriber Access Only On the Film Festival Trail
The surprising Christian energy—and partnership—in the world of Sundance and True/False.
In 'A Hologram For The King,' Tom Hanks Goes to Saudi Arabia
The adaptation of Dave Eggers's novel is diverting, but never comes together.
How Spanish Church Music Inspired the Film Score for 'Risen'
A conversation with the biblical thriller's composer.
'Sing Street' Takes Teenagers (and Music) Seriously
The latest from "Once" director John Carney is an autobiographical, infectious 1980s musical.
'The Jungle Book' Honors Tradition and Does Something New
The differences are telling, and so are the similarities.
Cultsploitation and True Believers
Being duped and blinded to the truth is no laughing matter. So why are we so obsessed with cults?
An African American Confronts the Klan in Accidental Courtesy
Daryl Davis has a startling method for converting racists: he befriends them.
Dispatch from SXSW: The Liberators and Everybody Wants Some!!
Things change, especially our notions of what is acceptable behavior in a civilized society.
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The Real Cost (and Power) of Seeking Justice
The Real Cost (and Power) of Seeking Justice
The murder of Willie Kimani can rally the global Body of Christ for an end to impunity.
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