Based on the story of the crucifixion of Jesus found in Luke 23, this poignant account of redemption and grace weaves together the biblical events of the crucifixion and imagines the details of the life of the thief. He recounts the events of that day as he experienced them then, and as he looks back later from the perspective of his new life in heaven. Learn more about this movie on the Christian Cinema page…continue reading here.
Priceless by Radiate Films
Priceless deals with the difficult topic of human trafficking. This story, in particular, emphasizes the worth of a woman (and her younger sister) who’ve been forced into prostitution by a human trafficking ring as a result of difficult life circumstances. It is also a story of redemption of one man who’s [almost] lost it all, and is trying to find his way back. In a twist of fate, their paths collide, and hell breaks loose soon after…continue reading here.
Fragile World by Bruised Reed Productions
Fragile World, an inspirational feature film from the makers of Leaving Limbo, centers on Rosalie, a lonely interior decorator with a history of delusions who falls for a dashing stranger who may or may not be real.
Awarded Best Feature Film at HolyWood of New York and the Glendale International Film Festival (where it also took Best Director and Best Actress), the story ponders the depths of human loss, the fragile framework of the human mind, and the road to emotional and spiritual healing…continue reading here.
Children of War by APOLONIAD Productions
This movie is beautifully far more complex than the simple story it presents! It shows the richness and pride in culture, heritage and family, while telling a tale of love, forgiveness, failure, redemption and healing.
War, West Virginia, is a place that appears to have been forgotten, but not by its folks who are proud of its history and contribution to America. It is quite refreshing that it was set there, rather than in a big city, showing the goodness of a town left behind in ruins after so much positive input from it, into the lives of its people and America as a whole. The Children of War aims to tell not just a love and family story, but one of pride that comes from culture and heritage…continue reading here.
Providence by Faith Flix Films
This is a movie that I’d been looking forward to watching since Sharon Wilharm, the writer/director, first mentioned the initial idea of the story. And I’m glad Faith Flix went through with full production!
Though a silent movie, it speaks volumes! This is a story of two people that found each other when they were very young, but also lost each other due to a misunderstanding. But through divine providence, they found each other again after many years had passed—a love story! And, quite touching, too…continue reading here.
The Good Book by Faith Flix Films
The Good Book is the first evangelical silent feature to be released since sound was added to movies. It tells the story of a small New Testament that is passed along from individual to individual. These include young and old, rich and poor, blessed and forsaken. For seven of the strangers, it provides hope and meaning when they need it most. It is currently making rounds through the film festival circuit where it has received numerous awards including “Most Inspirational Film” at Hollywood Christian Film Festival and “Best Female Director” at GloryReelz Christian Film Festival, and was nominated for the prestigious “Best Mission” Stellae Award at the Pan Pacific Film Festival In L.A…continue reading here.