(RNS) — Filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom talked to Religion News Service about reconnecting with the millennials she interviewed 17 years ago and how their faith journeys mirror national trends.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The survivors and family members of victims spoke of forgiveness — though some are at different stages than others — and answered questions about securing houses of worship.
(RNS) — The long-awaited documentary was delayed for almost five decades in part because of technical issues.
(RNS) — King is said to have carried in his travels the 1949 book 'Jesus and the Disinherited,' Thurman’s explanation of his theology to uplift the oppressed.
(RNS) — America is about to relive the horror and deep divisions spawned by the U.S. war in Vietnam — convulsions that also tore apart the nation’s religious fabric and still echo across the political and cultural landscape.
(RNS) In the wake of President Trump's visit to Israel, and as Israelis celebrate the 50th anniversary of the "reunification" of Jerusalem, CBN releases a documentary on the battle for the holy city.
(RNS) A new documentary shows how Stephen Edwards wanted to honor his mother, who died in 2006, and ended up finding a way out of his grief, too.
(RNS) Tragedy plus time equals comedy — unless some subjects are so taboo they can never be funny.
(RNS) The best-selling Christian author wanted to tap into the same longing for heroism and adventure his book “Wild at Heart” did 15 years ago.
(RNS) Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God? One filmmaker is exploring the question raised by the controversy over a former Wheaton College professor's comments.
(RNS) Film producer/director Martin Doblmeier hopes the series will not only teach viewers about the role of chaplains but also give them insights into faiths that are different from their own -- something that chaplains may experience on a daily basis.
(RNS) A new HBO documentary tells the story of Lobsang Phuntsok, who gave up being a Buddhist teacher in the U.S to start a remote orphanage.
CAPE TOWN (RNS) A new documentary looks at the effects of continuing homophobic violence against lesbians in South Africa's impoverished townships, and the activists who continue the struggle.
(RNS) Filmmaker Yoruba Richen, director of the documentary “The New Black,” sees new conversations starting in black churches as her film about the intersection of race, religion and sexuality is screened across the country.
(RNS) “Questioning Darwin,” a new, hourlong documentary airing on HBO in February, juxtaposes the story of the 19th-century naturalist with looks into the lives of contemporary American Christians who believe the world was created in six days.
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