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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.
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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.
Holy Week, Batman!
You won’t see a more hamfisted, muddled movie about Christ’s crucifixion (and superheroes) than “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
Even Tyler Perry Can't Improve on the Greatest Story Ever Told
Why the passion of Jesus Christ doesn't need to be contextualized.
Watching Wendell Berry, The Mad Farmer
"The Seer," a documentary about the poet, writer, and farmer, premiered at SXSW this weekend.
There Are Monsters Everywhere In '10 Cloverfield Lane'
The “spiritual successor” to “Cloverfield” is a different kind of monster movie, a satisfying thrill ride with a subtle story of empowerment.
Why We Keep the Legend of Bonnie and Clyde Alive
A re-release of Kelly Reichardt’s 1994 ‘River of Grass’ once again raises the question: why do filmmakers keep retelling the story of a couple on a murder spree?
The Hard Work of Making Anne Rice’s Jesus Book into a Movie
How 'Christ the Lord' Became 'The Young Messiah'
When God Calls You to Leave the Art World
Lilias Trotter could have been a famous painter. Instead, she chose to travel with two other single women to preach the gospel in Algeria. Why?
Dispatch from True/False—'The Illinois Parables'
A set of eleven experimental parables illuminate a state's history and anxieties.
Dispatch from True/False—'Weiner'
The disgraced politician gives unprecedented access to a pair of documentarians, with rollicking results.
The Christians, the Soviets, and the Bible
‘The Americans’ has handled Christianity in a way unlike almost any other show. What’s going on?
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