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The Trying Premier was AWESOME!!!

Have you ever been invited to be apart of something awesome? Well, I was privileged to play a small part in Bryce Carver’s awesome Christian short-film The Trying. 151 more words

Thimblerig's Film Review • Christian Mingle

Last night Mrs. Thimblerig and I sat down to watch Corbin Bernsen’s 2014 romantic comedy, Christian Mingle.  We thought it was fun, entertaining for a romcom (admittedly not my favorite genre), and good for a date night for a Christian couple.   1,110 more words

'Son of God' Producers Signed for Ben-Hur Remake

More than 50 years after actor Charlton Heston brought the classic novel “Ben-Hur” to life on the silver screen, Paramount and MGM have signed Mark Burnett and Roma Downey to produce a remake. 207 more words

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Branding the Christian Faith • 40 Days (and Nights) of Christian Media • Day 32

Branding Christianity.

As I enter the home stretch of my 40 Days (and Nights) of Christian Media Challenge, I’m struck by the irritating oxymoron that we sell our Christian faith as just another brand on the shelf. 1,647 more words

Spin Marketing Christian-made Films

According to their website, on Easter weekend, Tim Chey’s David and Goliath premiered in 31 cities across the fruited plain.  The film, which reportedly cost… 460 more words

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Do You Believe?

I debated about doing a review of the current Christian film from Pure Flix called Do You Believe because I honestly don’t want to spoil the rawness of the experience I was able to have.  903 more words

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Unbroken: The Alternate Ending

The 40 Days (and Nights) of Christian Media Challenge is on Day 7, and I’ve been pleased by some aspects of this journey (starting a daily devotional habit, discovering some interesting music, connecting with lots of fun people), and disappointed in others (that Christians have this weird fascination with copying the world’s fads, that the big players in Christian media like perpetuating a pretty myopic view of the world, that if our stories don’t have specific “come to Jesus” moments, the Christian media marketers won’t touch them). 514 more words