Silver Dove Films host, Michael Gier interviews actor Bruce Marchiano on the set of his new film “Alison’s Choice.” Bruce has starred in many faith based films including playing Jesus in the internationally released film “The Gospel According to Matthew” and many Pure Flix film’s including the very popular movie, “The Encounter” where he also played Jesus.
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March’s theatrical release Line-Up leads off with a six-week CNN documentary premiering this Sunday and includes a Palm Sunday special at the end of the month. All of these productions help us understand our faith and how we live it, whether it’s understanding the historical person of Jesus Christ or figuring out how to love someone who no one else does. CNN’s Finding Jesus, The Drop Box, To Write Love on Her Arms,Do You Believe?, John Hagee’s Four Blood Moons, and Bill O’Reilly’sKilling Jesusare opening in theaters or airing on television this month!
CNN's new miniseries, Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery, premieres this Sunday, setting up a six-week exploration of the life of Jesus. Each week, the show will look at one of these 'objects' related to the Christian faith: the Shroud of Turin, parts of what is believed to be the cross Christ was crucified on, the gospel of Judas, John the Baptist-related items, the burial box of Jesus’ brother James, and the gospel of Mary Magdalene. Christian Cinema sat down to discuss the show with one of CNN's Biblical expert, Duke University's Dr. Mark Goodacre.
Sony's faith-based arm, Affirm Films, is pairing with Mass Hysteria to develop Rebecca Nichols Alonzo's memoir into a cinematic thriller. Tyndale House published Alonzo's book (with Bob DeMoss) in 2010, the true story about her parents' battle against the evil in their own church. Steve Armour will write the screenplay.
CNN's new miniseries, Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery, premieres this Sunday, setting up a six-week exploration of the life of Jesus. Each week, the show will look at one of these 'objects' related to the Christian faith: the Shroud of Turin, parts of what is believed to be the cross Christ was crucified on, the gospel of Judas, John the Baptist-related items, the burial box of Jesus’ brother James, and the gospel of Mary Magdalene. Christian Cinema sat down to discuss the show with one of CNN's Biblical expert, Dr. Candida Moss of the University of Notre Dame.
War Room, Alex and Stephen Kendrick's fifth film, is scheduled for an end-of-August release. The minds behind faith-based hits like Facing the Giants and Fireproof will share the story of Tony and Elizabeth Jordan, a couple with solid jobs and the house they've always wanted. But beneath the surface, the couple's marriage is fragmented below the surface, and their daughter is stuck in the middle. Things look grim, but help is on the way!
At first blush, John Moralesis an unlikely candidate to direct and produce 40, a pro-life documentary that looks at the pro-life movement 40 years after the egregious Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision which has led to the murder of 55 million baby boys and girls. He’s made a career as a television sports reporter in Chicago, Detroit and Houston. Seems like a duck out of water. But, upon closer examination, it makes a lot of sense. Morales revealed to Adam McManus in the podcast below that when he was in his 20’s, he was pressured to pay a girlfriend $250 to get an abortion despite his pleas that she choose life which “left a hole in my heart”. And then, years later, when he and his wife were unable to conceive, they adopted a son named Joseph who is seven today. So, he’s experienced both ends of the abortion debate as it were.
Babies are being abandoned in Seoul, South Korea, by the hundreds, as too many parents don’t know how to care for their children. But Pastor Lee Jong-rak steps into the gap, pleading with parents not to dispose of the babies. Instead, he wants them to bring one of these Korean children (who count toward the 150 million babies abandoned worldwide every year) to him. This is the story of The Drop Box, coming to theaters near you on March 3-5.
Jaci Velasquez, known for her Christian musical career with four million albums sold, 16 #1 radio hits and 7 Dove Awards, has now teamed up with Wayne Brady of the CBS game show “Let’s Make A Deal” to sing in VeggieTales Noah’s Ark DVD which will release on March 3rd. In the podcast with Adam McManus below, she talks about how voicing Shem’s wife Sadie for the animated Christian franchise was “on her bucket list” in light of the fact that her two children – Zealand, 7, and Soren, 5, are huge VeggieTalesfans.