DIY Blog Tours For Indie Filmmakers

As a filmmaker who blogs, I have the advantage of observing both sides of the spectrum. As an indie filmmaker, I know the struggle of trying to promote a movie that no one's ever heard of. As a blogger, I work with PR firms and publicists to help promote movies that everyone's heard of. So…

Summer of ’67 Movie Review – By M. T. Arnold

I'm excited to share this wonderful review of Summer of '67 written by Vietnam Veteran and filmmaker M.T. Arnold. This review originally appeared in Point North Tiding's May Alert.  I’m a Vietnam War Veteran, and a child of the sixties, so I’m honored to have watched the screener for this incredible and beautiful piece of…

Altar Egos – Movie Review

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Faith-based films tend towards the dramatic, so if you're a Christian looking for a comedy movie for your family to enjoy, your choices are pretty limited. Fortunately, you'll soon have a new option - Altar Egos. Desperate to see their church grow, Pastor John (Robert Amaya) and wife Betsy (Erin Bethea) do the unthinkable and…

Faith Flix Picks – 5 Recommended Movies For Couples to Enjoy Together

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I love romance movies, chick flicks, and sappy dramas. But I realize that those are not first choice on my husband's watch list. He wants something with a little action, or comedy, or cool cars. Chances are, if you're married, you've run into the same dilemma. So I've put together a list of five movies…

Film Critics’ Favorite Films of 2016 – Part 5

In part five of our favorite films series, Tyler Smith of More Than One Lesson chose as his top films four theatrical movies with faith elements. SILENCE  Martin Scorsese’s honest and beautiful portrait of the Japanese persecution of Christians in the 1600s refuses to let anybody off easily. While our sympathies are undoubtedly with the Jesuit…

Film Critic’s Favorite Films of 2016 – Part 4

As we continue sharing favorite films, today we combine two movie reviewers - Brianna Hope Beaton and Jared Allen. Brianna is a film critic at Kids First. Jared reviews movies at his blog, The Anonymous Novelist. Stand Your Ground. A true story of how a Mother’s Faith is tested when her Son is charged with…

More Than One Lesson With Founder and Host Tyler Smith

More Than One Lesson is a unique website offering entertaining podcasts that discuss and review movies from a Christian viewpoint. Although they do an occasional faith-based film, their focus is primarily secular films that have lessons of value to Christians. Tyler Smith is the founder and host of the podcasts.  What is the idea behind…

Let There Be Movies – With Reviewer Gene Gosewehr

Let There Be Movies is a unique website in that they review primarily secular movies from a Christian viewpoint. Their goal is to share the gospel with an audience who may never watch a Christian movie. Reviewer Gene Gosewehr explains the way they approach movie reviews.  First, introduce yourself and your role with Let There…

Christian Film Database – With Annelie Rudlaff

CFDb is the Christian film equivalent to IMDb covering all things Christian film. The site not only includes a datebase listing of movies, but also reviews, interviews, and articles related to Christian film.  It is run by husband/wife team Roger and Annelie Rudlaff and webmaster Bryce Wisekal.   When did you first get the idea for CFDb?…

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