(RNS) — Two films that show how Hollywood has depicted race relations might help us wrestle with our current moment.
(RNS) — ‘I would challenge all people of faith to become educated about the weaponizing of black skin in American culture,’ said the Rev. Otis Moss III.
(RNS) — ‘Faith Based’ is a new satirical film about the Christian film industry that premiered this past weekend at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
(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.
(RNS) — 'Skin,' inspired by the true story of Bryon Widner’s departure from white supremacy with the help of Daryle Lamont Jenkins of One People’s Project, is, at its core, a story about good and evil and people’s capacity to change.
LARGO, Md. (RNS) — Jimmy and Joshua Jenkins are hoping their independent film 'Sinners Wanted' will continue to expand the depiction of biblically based stories on the big screen.
(The Conversation) — In their own words, the Riz Test: “is a project to measure the portrayal of Muslims in film and TV."
(RNS) — Perhaps more surprising than the film's success is the quiet presence of Fred Rogers’ faith in the documentary 'Won't You Be My Neighbor?'
(RNS) — And it stars Jim Caviezel, who played the role of Jesus in Mel Gibson's 2004 film 'The Passion of the Christ.'
JERUSALEM (AP) — On some posters advertising the new film, 'Paddington 2,' the British movie creation is being given a kosher-for-Passover makeover.
(RNS) — It spreads a message that many Africans say is too rarely heard: that people from different religious groups on the continent can be each other's heroes.
(RNS) — Billy Graham's sometimes daring innovations were guided by the simple motivation to remain faithful to a divine message and proclaim it in the most effective way possible.
NEW DELHI (AP) — The film is based on a 16th-century epic Sufi poem, 'Padmavat,' in which a brave and beautiful Rajput queen chose to immolate herself in a ceremonial fire rather than be captured by the Muslim sultan of Delhi, Allaudin Khilji.
(RNS) — 'I felt, as a moviegoer, kind of making fun of Catholic school has been covered,' Gerwig told RNS.
(RNS) — The actress gives voice to Abby, a creature not mentioned in Scripture but who is charged to convey the excitement of the news of the birth of Christ.