2015 has been an amazing year with Faith Flix.  108 posts covered both well known and lesser known individuals in the industry as well as movies, festivals, events, companies, and anything else related to independent faith-based films. Added to previous year’s posts we had a total of 383 articles. Word is getting out about Faith Flix. We had visitors to the blog from 154 different countries.

Now it’s time to recognize those filmmaking folks and films that had the biggest response. The winners of Faith Flix Favorites are those posts that had the most hits over the entire year. Interestingly, between the time we announced the finalists until the final numbers came in, the numbers changed quite dramatically including several who weren’t even in the finalists jumping up to top spots.  Many of the winners are repeat winners from years past.

Check out the winners then browse around to read about the many other films and folks who didn’t make the top list.

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FILMMAKERS (Directors and Producers)

Jefferson Moore
  1. Jefferson Moore
  2. Alexandra Boylan
  3. Anita Cordell


The Gospel of John
  1. The Gospel of John
  2. Providence
  3. Seven Deadly Words


Kevin Sizemore
  1. Kevin Sizemore
  2. Eric Slodysko
  3. Bruce Marchiano


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A. Michelle Harleston
  1. A. Michelle Harleston
  2. Kimberly Richardson
  3. Rebecca Huey


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Tiffany Jordan
  1. Tiffany Jordan
  2. Hudson and Tucker Meek
  3. Amelia Mann


Danny Jones
Danny Jones


  1. Danny Jones
  2. The Allen Family
  3. Sean Paul Murphy


Faith and Family Films
  1. Faith and Family Films
  2. Friends Family Theater
  3. UK Christian Film Festival


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Backstage Magazine
  1. Backstage Magazine
  2. Regional Movie Ministries
  3. Point North Tidings


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Sean O’Bryan Smith
  1. Sean O’Bryan Smith
  2. Apolonia Davalos
  3. Brianna Hope Beaton

Congratulations to all and looking for another exciting year ahead!



About the Author Sharon Wilharm

Christian speaker, Sharon Wilharm, is a popular media guest, award-winning female filmmaker, and women’s ministry leader, whose faith-based films have screened in theaters, festivals, and churches around the world, and on multiple television networks. Sharon has recently taken over as women's ministry director at her church. Her passion is to lead prayer retreats, engaging women of all ages to pray with each other, for each other, praying with expectation.

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