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Courageous Points to Fatherlessness

To its great credit, the upcoming Sherwood Pictures film Courageous points to a critical issue rarely addressed in society.

Hemmis Puts Her Heart into Extreme Homes

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’s Paige Hemmis shares what to expect on this season of ABC’s top-rated reality TV series.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 23, 2011 |
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Dolphin Tale's Healing Bonds Warm Hearts

Bearing emotional and physical wounds, a young boy and an injured dolphin help heal each other in the remarkable Dolphin Tale.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 22, 2011 |
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Finding Community in Seven Days in Utopia

Is it a golf story or a life story? Either way, Seven Days in Utopia is about making a difference in each other’s lives.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 01, 2011 |
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David Cook’s Utopia More Than a Golf Story

When David L. Cook stopped for lunch at a Texas Hill Country café, little did he know it would lead to Seven Days in Utopia.

The Help: Seeing Sin through Cinema

Sometimes we Christians we don't see sin right in front of our faces -- that's where the arts can help us.

Helping Hands Get The Help Done

Based on Kathryn Stockett’s best-selling novel, The Help is what happens when friends help friends make a Hollywood movie.

Latest Pooh Adventure is Simple but Profound

Winnie the Pooh transports us to a place where the hidden treasure is found in simple pleasures and sacred friendship.

Timeless Winnie the Pooh Still Charms

Now in theaters, that charming “willy nilly silly ol’ bear” is back in Walt Disney Pictures’ Winnie the Pooh feature family film.

Remembering Ginger Rogers on Her Centennial

As fans celebrate Ginger Rogers’ centennial, it’s a good time to remember the source of all that joy: Jesus Christ.

Midnight in Paris and the Pull of Nostalgia

If the opening chapters of the Book of Ecclesiastes were to take on flesh, the result would be something like Woody Allen. And now the angst-ridden filmmaker is back with a new movie, Midnight in Paris.

More Clean Comedy on Thou Shalt Laugh! 5

Hosted by Chonda Pierce, Thou Shalt Laugh! 5 is clean comedy that won’t make you cringe or hit the "mute" button.

Born This Way - Turtle: The Incredible Journey

A compelling, new documentary tells the story of the loggerhead turtle and shows why undertaking a voyage that can span the entire Atlantic Ocean is what this reptile was born to do.

Summer’s Not So Bummer for Quirky Judy Moody

What happens when summer plans change? Not to fear. In the new family film, Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer, it just might turn out “supermegatotallythrilladelic” after all.

Wading through Singleness in Single Creek

Chris Lang didn’t set out to explore second-time singlehood or any type of singleness for that matter. But in God’s providence he did, both personally as well as professionally in his documentary Single Creek.

God at the Root of Tree of Life

The Tree of Life is not a film for the masses. However, if the audience hangs in there they may realize that they have not heard a story as much as they have had an experience.

DeVon Franklin: He’s Produced by Faith

“Look at your life as a movie,” advises Hollywood executive DeVon Franklin. In his first book, Produced by Faith, he shares what he’s learned about turning faith into a professional asset.

Film Set Visit: An Inspirational Dolphin Tale

She’s known as “the dolphin that could” with an uplifting message to “never give up.” And now Winter’s story is about to be told in the upcoming inspirational film, Dolphin Tale.

How Do You Solve a Problem Like St. Josemaria?

When Roland Joffe set out to make a film about the founder of Opus Dei, his first task was to craft a historically accurate yet accessible film that wouldn't repel audiences.

Top 10 Reasons to See Hoodwinked Too!

Who knows best why you should see Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil? The director, of course. Mike Disa shares why the long-awaited sequel is worth a ticket and your time.

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