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My Favorite Films of 1999Subscriber Access Only
Revisiting RwandaSubscriber Access Only
David Belton covered the 1994 Rwandan genocide as a BBC reporter. He returned to the country to make a dramatic film—with a priest at the center of the story.
'A Funny, Quirky Dude'Subscriber Access Only
The actor who plays Billy Graham in a new movie has the utmost respect for the evangelist, but loved getting to know Graham's lesser-known personal side too.
Sex Symbol and Christ FollowerSubscriber Access Only
Hollywood legend Jane Russell never intended the former reputation—indeed, she even fought it—but she was always serious about living her faith in Tinseltown.
Ben Stein Is Expelled!Subscriber Access Only
The TV and movie personality takes on Darwinism and evolution in a new documentary about Intelligent Design—and academic freedom.
A Box Office Exodus?Subscriber Access Only
The animated Ten Commandments didn't draw much of a crowd to the cineplex, but the company behind the movie is optimistic about its future Bible films.
Swept Away by DeMilleSubscriber Access Only
Since seeing The Ten Commandments as a young girl, Katherine Orrison has been a fan of the film and director Cecil B. DeMille, even writing a book about the making of the movie. Today, she provides commentary on a special new DVD release of the classic.
Top Ten Jesus MoviesSubscriber Access Only
They've been making films about the Son of God for over a century. Here's one man's list of those that ascend to the top of the cinematic pack.
Billy Graham, FilmmakerSubscriber Access Only
World Wide Pictures was a major part of the evangelist’s ministry.
Hollywood? No, SHER-wood!Subscriber Access Only
How Sherwood Baptist Church became a hot spot for making Christian movies—including Facing the Giants and the upcoming Fireproof, starring Kirk Cameron.
Christian Filmmakers Flock to End-times FeaturesSubscriber Access Only
Bestseller Left Behind is slated for the big screen
Deeper into TerabithiaSubscriber Access Only
Bridge to Terabithia author Katherine Paterson says a story reveals a writer's faith, whether she likes it or not.
Debunking Jesus?Subscriber Access Only
Director Brian Flemming, a self-described "atheist Christian," is trying to prove that the historical Jesus never existed in his new documentary, The God Who Wasn't There.
An 'Unsafe' BridgeSubscriber Access Only
Katherine Paterson, whose children's book, Bridge to Terabithia, is now a film coming to theaters this week, says kid lit doesn't have to be "safe." After all, the Bible sure isn't.
Mary Goes to the MoviesSubscriber Access Only
How the mother of Jesus has been portrayed through a century of filmmaking.
Kingdom ComeSubscriber Access Only
Director Sir Ridley Scott, a self-described agnostic, and leading man Orlando Bloom, discuss their new film about the Crusades, Kingdom of Heaven, opening in theaters Friday
'Times are Very Dark'Subscriber Access Only
Director John Moore, a self-professed "lapsed Catholic," says the time is right for a remake of The Omen, which he calls "an emboldened reaffirmation of the existence of God."
The 'Definitive' PassionSubscriber Access Only
Mel Gibson's controversial blockbuster comes to DVD again—this time in a two-disc "definitive edition" including hours of commentaries, bonus features, and more.
Documentary of a Hippie PreacherSubscriber Access Only
A documentary about Lonnie Frisbee, a key figure in the Jesus Movement and the growth of Calvary Chapel, is making the rounds at film festivals. We talked to the director about Frisbee, who died of AIDS in 1993.
Horror: The Perfect Christian GenreSubscriber Access Only
Scott Derrickson, co-writer and director of the upcoming film The Exorcism of Emily Rose, says horror movies are an excellent way for a Christian filmmaker to address things of faith.

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