Posts Categorized: New Films

Content Television Takes On Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus

On Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus

Content Television has secured the international distribution rights for the feature-length documentary Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus, in which filmmaker Timothy Mahoney chronicles an archeological investigation in Egypt as his team attempts to corroborate the biblical text. From Thinking Man Films, the doc seeks to answer the question of whether or not there is any… Read more »

Movie review: ‘Dial a Prayer’ isn’t a preach-to-the-choir faith-based film

Dial a Prayer

No leap of faith or sudden spiritual conversion brought Cora to the dial-a-prayer call center in suburban Detroit. A judge made that her community service sentence. Because Cora made a big mistake, one with religious implications. She doesn’t “believe.” Her “How may I pray for you today?” isn’t sincere. She’s reading from a corporate playbook… Read more »

Pure Flix Releases ‘Pure Flix Releases ‘Faith Of Our Fathers’ Commemorating 50th Anniversary of Vietnam War

Faith Of Our Fathers

FAITH OF OUR FATHERS—a moving story of faith and friendship in time of war, and for generations—premieres nationwide July 1 as the nation commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. A Downes Brothers production in association with Pure Flix, FAITH OF OUR FATHERS stars Stephen Baldwin, Kevin Downes, David A.R. White, Candace Cameron Bure,… Read more »

Amy Kohn Explores Love And Religion In ‘a Courtship’

Kohn’s documentary explores Christian courtship, a highly conservative Christian alternative to dating. Drawing inspiration from “Amour” and “Love is Strange,” Amy Kohn’s documentary “A Courtship” exposes the intimacy of relationships and the thorniness and beauty of love while exploring the practice of Christian courtship. A highly conservative alternative to dating, courtship is a process in which… Read more »

‘Dharam Sankat Mein’ doesn’t hurt anybody’s sentiments: Naseeruddin Shah

Actor Naseeruddin Shah, who will be seen as a guru of a spiritual organisation in the upcoming satirical comedy “Dharam Sankat Mein”, says no religion or group will find anything objectionable in the film as “whatever is shown in it is factual and correct”. Further, he says it does not hurt anybody’s sentiments. An official… Read more »

Killing Jesus: Bill O’Reilly’s film is touted as history. But facts aren’t sacred to him

Killing Jesus – the adaptation of Bill O’Reilly’s book premiering on 29 March – is not history. This might seem like an obvious statement, but it bears repeating, given how the three-hour “television event” is being pitched to viewers: as a restrained Biblical history, suitable for believers and non-believers alike. … O’Reilly’s telling takes as… Read more »