Mentored by Rosa Parks, Bob Zellner was a Klansman’s grandson who became a key supporter of the Civil Rights Movement – now depicted in ‘Son of the South’.
Tune in from Tuesday 27th to score yourself a double pass to this year’s must-see Australian comedy June Again, thanks to Studiocanal. Filmed in Sydney, June Again, stars Noni Hazlehurst in the titular role. After a medical miracle, June is trying to reunite with her children, Ginny (Claudia Karvan) and Devon (Stephen Curry), after years […]
Voice of the Martyrs serves persecuted Christians with practical and spiritual assistance and leads Christians in the free world into fellowship with persecuted believers. The Australian office of Voice of the Martyrs is currently screening the feature film Tortured for Christ online, writes Gabriel Garcia. The story of Pastor Wurmbrand is one worthy of depicting […]
Jazz Thornton wants to reveal what suicide is from the inside, and help people better understand what ‘help’ really looks likes.
Fatima – A film about hope we all need right now (and always) Although the concept of Marco Pontecorvo’s retelling of the true story of Fatima is simple, impressive cinematography and direction make it a must-watch for people of all beliefs, particularly during this season of uncertainty and fear. Fatima recalls the story of Lucia […]
Her story was turned into the 2011 film Soul Surfer, and now she’s telling it in her own way with her new documentary Unstoppable.
The great thing about the pre-Christmas season, is that it’s totally OK for Australians to indulge in White Christmas fantasies.
The shocking true story that turned one woman from a staunch abortion advocate, into a pro-life campaigner – fighting for the rights of the unborn.
We recently had Father’s Day, and it’s a pretty fun day, according to all the TV ads. Reality check? Being a dad isn’t easy.
Society tells us that pigs don’t herd sheep, boys don’t dance, girls don’t play soccer or roller derby. But the heroes in the movies bravely defy society.