Based on the best-selling expose by Lawrence Wright, Director and Narrator Alex Gibney documents a remarkable look at the insidious nature of the so-called “church” of Scientology.
For those who are in recovery from the addiction of alcohol, there is one person to whom they most often express their thanks: Bill Wilson, the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. William Griffin
There is no better depiction of hell than Henrik Ruben Genz Danish film “Terribly Happy – Frygtelig lykkelig.” Beginning with a sardonic parable of a village in South Jutland which was
It is difficult to portray one’s spiritual journey on film. The true story happens deep within our souls as we wrestle with God for control of our lives. But this is a wrestling match that cannot be
It is difficult to develop a story of complex characters dealing with life’s most difficult issues of disabilities and death in a short film of only 24 minutes, let alone reach into these characters’ souls and explore their questions and doubts about God. But
In “What the #$*! do we know?” we have the next stage in this evolution of a “hybrid documentary-propaganda” piece, similar to Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 9/11.” Written and directed by
The cynical nature of modern life makes it difficult to create a film of faith. Attempting to create a religious version of Paul Haggis Academy Award winning film "Crash" in which racial