The Future of Faith in Film? Youth and Evangelicals Outstrip All Other Movie-going Audiences, by David Kinnaman

No one is surprised that 18-28 year-olds watch twice as many movies as any other age group. What is surprising is that the average number of movies self-identified ‘evangelicals’ saw in 2012 is larger than followers of any other religion. If Hollywood is listening then the future of movies could be greatly shaped by tastes of young Christ-followers.

Why Too Many “Christian” Movies Suck, and Why It Matters, by Brennan Mark Smith

Part of ongoing series: The Future of Faith-Based Filmmaking Many Christians see these movies as a safe alternative to Hollywood’s immorality. Are they?  by Brennan Mark Smith People have asked me to write on this for various reasons, but let me say at the outset: my goal is not to mock anyone’s creative endeavors, but to …

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Ashley Arielle studied screenwriting at a Santa Barbara college you’ve never heard of, attended several Hollywood writing programs of equally vague importance, and has blithely put aside any attempt at snobbery, fully embracing her love of the summer tent pole action flick. She’s worked on lots, on sets and has read a slew of very bad …