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”.
Watch this 12-minute-long in-depth report made by the Finnish National Television.
Historical images of schools founded by Protestant churches have been presented in Barcelona. "They stood out for their innovative teaching methods”, organisers say.
A documentary about FC Barcelona futsal player Leandro 'Esquerdinha': "The Lord has changed my mind: it wasn't just my dream since I was a child, God wanted something more from me".
The film 'Protestants: the silenced history' tells how evangelicals were persecuted during the post-civil war years in the Barcelona area.
The final University project of an evangelical student turned into a documentary about Protestantism in the Spanish city. “My aim is to touch believers and unbelievers’ hearts”, she says.
‘My Octopus Teacher’ has won the Oscar for best documentary feature film. What can the relationship between a diver and a common octopus show us about God’s grace?
We are not here forever. Ageing makes us face up to our mortality. It tells us about more than just the “vanity” of life.
A festival in Barcelona airs a documentary about religious persecution in China. It tells the sad story of Sun Yi, one of the inmates of the Masanjia labour and re-education camp.
Brian ‘Head’ Welch spoke to Evangelical Focus about his life after a dramatic conversion 15 years ago. The rock guitarist says faith makes a difference in times of coronavirus. “Everything is so fragile in the world, I don’t know how people do it without a strong connection with God”.
In “Loud Krazy Love”, the Korn guitarist speaks about his strong Christian faith, the relationship with his daughter Jennea and the new life after leaving drug addictions behind.
“Change the framework” gathers young people with different beliefs to talk about religious freedom and diversity.
The documentary tells the murder of nine members of Emanuel church in Charleston in 2015 and how survivors and families forgave the shooter. “Forgiveness comes from the Cross”, says filmmaker Brian Ivie.
Christianity departs from any kind of moralism. What is good news for Duch, is bad news for those who consider themselves too be good and righteous.
A series of short video documentaries provide cutting-edge information about missiological issues defined in the Cape Town Commitment. The evangelical movement aims to spark thoughtful discussion and action.
Jaume Llenas, a member of the committee that wrote the Lausanne document “The Missing ‘Christians’: A Global Call”, explains how nominalism is affecting the Evangelical church.
Christians are “a very important audience to us”, Cindy Holland, Vice President of original content for Netflix, says.
How is it possible to conceive that intelligent people could worship Osho as a god? Because, like Sheela, by worshiping him they were serving themselves.
A film about the experience of refugees in Europe. Churches, small groups and individuals are encouraged to use it during Refugee Week: 17-24 June.
The film tells the stories of three refugees and the friends they met in Hungary, France and Denmark. A set of materials are offered to start honest conversations about the challenges and opportunities of the refugee crisis.
A Spanish TV documentary will tell the story of Jose Rabadan, who murdered his parents and sister. He is rehabilitated now, and is a member of an evangelical church. “Showing that there is hope is part of the reintegration”.
A young Spanish film director documents the work of six Gospel choirs. The genre has grown far beyond evangelical churches.
Spanish evangelicals launch a series of videos explaining how the Reformation has impacted society. In July, Madrid will host the “15J”, a week with a Congress, evangelism and concerts to commemorate the 500th anniversary.
February 20 would have marked the 50th birthday of the “Grunge” rock star. “Without roots in the past, or direction for the future, Cobain forfeited his history”, cultural critic Jose de Segovia explains.
Sexual slavery is “still taboo in our society”, says Mikaela Bruce, director of “Pasarea” (The Bird). It tells the story of a Romanian girl trafficked into Spain for prostitution.