TAG: DOCUMENTARY


‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Reminds Us That All Lives Matter

In a world where kindness toward our neighbors is severely lacking, Fred Rogers — Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood — is a reminder that everyone deserves to be loved. BY JON GARCIA Won’t You Be My Neighbor? is a documentary recently released about the life of Rogers. The film chronicles his life and work from humble beginnings to faithful endings. Rogers believed his calling in life was to serve God through the medium of...

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Korn Co-founder Brian ‘Head’ Welch’s Doc ‘Loud Krazy Love’ Gets Standing O

Korn co-founder Brian “Head” Welch’s documentary “Loud Krazy Love” was extremely well received at it’s first screening at the Dallas International Film Festival on Saturday, according to a faith-based public relations agency. The agency’s president, A. Larry Ross, who attended the film’s Texas premier, said “Loud Krazy Love” received “the only standing ovation of the festival so far.” The 7-day film festival (May 3-10) ends Thursday. “It’s been fun working with...

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Godspeed: The Race Across America Trailer (WATCH VIDEO)

In what promises to be a fascinating look at overcoming extreme conditions and circumstances while competing in “the most difficult endurance race in the world,” Godspeed – The Race Across America Documentary is coming to theaters across America for one night only, May 22. WATCH TRAILER BELOW Hollywood film and television producer Brian Bird, whose writing and producing credits include The Case for Christ and Captive, is promoting the movie as...

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Justice Rising Screens ‘Iraq: A Forgotten Hope’

Justice Rising is partnering with Nations Magazine to screen the impactful documentary Iraq: A Forgotten Hope featuring Mark Foreman and other reformers standing with the marginalized in Iraq. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what’s happening in the different corners of this war-torn country as Mark meets with ethnic minorities, ISIS survivors and political and religious leaders. Through this film we can learn to see the world through someone else’s eyes...

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Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Reveals Must See TV [UPDATE]

UPDATE: WATCH NATIONWIDE BROADCAST EVENT – An exclusive look at how God used one man to share one message to millions, “Billy Graham – An Extraordinary Journey,” which aired last Sunday (3/4) on FOX (channel) will air again on SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 8-9 P.M. (ET) THIS TIME ON THE FOX NEWS CHANNEL. A first-time screening of “Billy Graham – An Extraordinary Journey” was shown at the Billy Graham...

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Two More Chances to See Steve McQueen

After an incredible first night showing that saw STEVE MCQUEEN: AMERICAN ICON set new standards for one-night Fathom Events, there are now two more chances for you to bring your friends to experience this powerful documentary from Pastor Greg Laurie and the Erwin Brothers: October 10 and 19. LEARN THE STORY OF THE MISSING BULLITT CAR FOUND! Featuring Gary Sinise as the film’s narrator, STEVE MCQUEEN: AMERICAN ICON shares the difficult...

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Steve McQueen’s Missing Bullitt Car: The Big Reveal [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

In the process of working on a biography and documentary about Steve McQueen (with Marshall Terrill), Harvest pastor Greg Laurie took a special interest in the discovery of the long-lost car used in the film Bullitt. So much so, that Laurie sent car fanatic and pastor Steve Wilburn of Core Church LA to Mexicali, Mexico to witness the official validation of the iconic 1968 Ford Mustang GT. Wilburn, a former pastor...

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Steve McQueen Finally Tells World ‘What Christ Did For Me’ Through Film

Legendary actor Steve McQueen returned to the screen Sunday (June 11) before an audience of 38,000 packed into a Phoenix stadium for the Harvest America Crusade as Pastor Greg Laurie shared the most important part of McQueen’s saga. Laurie, a McQueen fan whose book, Steve McQueen: The Salvation of an American Icon has now been made into a documentary, gave the audience a preview of his film. “I thought this is...

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‘Facing Darkness:’ Saving Dr Brantley From Ebola in Africa; True Story of Faith

When volunteers from around the world flew into West Africa in 2014 to help battle the Ebola epidemic, they knew there was a risk that they, too, could get sick and die. They went anyway — facing darkness. The invisible killer was Ebola, which according to the World Health Organization had a death rate of up to 90 percent, was spreading rapidly and threatening to become a worldwide pandemic. Medical missionaries Kent...

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