A review of Poor Things, film by Yorgos Lanthimos.
A review of Jonathan Glazer's film The Zone of Interest.
Suffering is experienced in different ways according to the assumptions that each human being holds. A commentary on the film by Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona.
The people who walked in darkness, with a leader like Napoleon, remained in darkness.
“There has never been a time in history where we needed to be reminded of the life of Bonhoeffer more than today”, say the producers of the movie, Angel Studios.
Six panelists from different fields will analyse the issue in an online forum organised ahead of the film ‘Sound of Freedom’ premiere.
The film on child trafficking began to be screened in a dozen of Eastern European countries in August. In the UK, it was the fourth most seen movie the first weekend.
Church provides a community that doesn’t disappear when the lights come up, but one that is set to walk with you through life’s joys and hardships.
Corrie Teen Boom and her Christian family risked their lives to save hundreds of Jews. The film will be available internationally for one day only on 16 August.
The film grossed over 100 million dollars in 3 weeks in the US and Canada. Release dates in Europe have not been announced yet.
“Rapito” was presented at the 2023 Cannes Festival. It tells the true story of Edgardo Mortara, a Jewish boy from Bologna, who was kidnapped from his family in 1858 and taken to a Catholic boarding school by order of the Inquisition court.
‘His Only Son’, now screening in Europe after winning over audiences in the US, depicts one of the iconic scenes of the Old Testament. We spoke to the director, David Helling.
The film, which is landing in European cinemas, connects a controversial story in the Old Testament to the good news of the gospel message.
The screening in Paris of the documentary Buying Her shed light on the motivations of prostitution clients. It was followed by a roundtable with experts.
The documentary ‘Buying Her’ will be seen this June in Paris, Madrid, Budapest, Amsterdam and Berlin. It addresses the “restoration of broken men and the ending of sex trafficking”.
If we want a cinema of values, that teaches the world what we believe and how we can respond to the situations we face, we need to support what is out there.
Christians should “mirror Jesus' example in using culture to communicate the gospel”, says Tom Price, a lecturer at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.
She is known for her addiction to tranquillizers, her marriage to DiMaggio and to the playwright Authur Miller, her tardiness, her unhappy childhood and her insecurity in front of the cameras.
The movie is being screened in an expanding number of cinemas in the United Kingdom after good reviews and praise for actor Max McLean.
“The premise of telling the story was through the lens of Franklin’s life in the church”, says the director of the film.
The shooting of the story of Father Stuart, a boxer turned Catholic priest, has started. Wahlberg has been working on the project for six years.
We are not here forever. Ageing makes us face up to our mortality. It tells us about more than just the “vanity” of life.
The story is based on the director's childhood memories of his Christian Korean-American family in Arkansas during the 1980s. “I hope it offers some kind of hope after everything that’s happened this year”, says Lee Isaac Chung.
The investment in the American faith-based streaming platform shows the weight of Christian consumers as a niche market.
The British actress speaks about her relationship with the Word: “It brings your mind back into alignment of what God wants you to be”.