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$50,000 Templeton Foundation Epiphany Prize Nominations Honor Inspiring Movies & TV Programs
Winners Will Be Announced Feb. 20 at 15th Annual Faith & Values Awards, Held in the Heart of Hollywood at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel HOLLYWOOD, CA (ANS) -- Eleven movies and television programs will vie for the two $50,000 John Templeton Foundation Epiphany Prizes for Inspiring Movies & TV, with the winners to be announced Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the 15th Annual Movieguide® Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills. An announcement ceremony starring actress Morgan Brittany, star of “LA Law”, "Dallas" and other popular TV shows, was broadcast via the Internet. Leading the movie nominees (in alphabetical order) are "Facing the Giants," "Joyeux Noel (Merry Christmas)," "Last Holiday," "The Nativity Story," "Sophie Scholl – The Final Days," "Superman Returns," and "World Trade Center." Leading the television nominees (in alphabetical order) are the documentary "Arlington: In Eternal Vigil" and the television movies "The Christmas Card," "Hidden Places," and "The Ten Commandments." The Epiphany Prizes are given to the best movie and the best TV show during the previous year that "resulted in a great increase in man's love or understanding of God."
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"These nominees have offered incredibly inspiring works that reveal a deeper, spiritually uplifting truth about God," said Dr. Ted Baehr, founder of Movieguide®, a family guide to movies and entertainment, and the Christian Film & Television Commission™, which sponsor the Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala. "None of us has ever understood even one percent of the reality of God, the infinity, the eternity of God," says Sir John Marks Templeton, founder of the John Templeton Foundation. "All that we have learned is still tiny compared to what is still yet to be discovered if we search for it." The core mission of the John Templeton Foundation is to serve as a philanthropic catalyst for discovery in areas engaging life’s big questions. These questions range from explorations into the laws of nature and the universe to questions on the nature of love, gratitude, forgiveness, and creativity. The Foundation seeks new insights into the spiritual nature of the individual. For example, the Foundation supports innovative new research in subjects ranging from unlocking the mysteries of spirituality in the human mind using recent advances in neurobiology to generating insights into the patterns and principles of spiritual growth during the college years. The Foundation's vision is derived from John Templeton’s commitment to rigorous scientific research and related cutting-edge scholarship. The Foundation’s motto “how little we know, how eager to learn” exemplifies its support for open-minded inquiry and its hope for advancing human progress through breakthrough discoveries.

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