By Terry Lindvall,Andrew Quicke
Celluloid Sermons is the 1st ancient learn of this phenomenon. Terry Lindvall and Andrew Quicke spotlight key characters, studios, and influential movies of the flow from 1930 to 1986—such because the Billy Graham organization, with its significant world wide photographs productions of movies just like the Hiding position, Ken Curtis’ Gateway motion pictures, the apocalyptic “end-time” motion pictures through Mark IV (e.g. Thief within the Night), and the educational video-films of Dobson’s specialise in the Family--assessing the level to which the church’s dedication to filmmaking speeded up its missions and demonstrating that its filmic endeavors had the accidental end result of contributing to the secularization of liberal denominations.
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Celluloid Sermons: The Emergence of the Christian Film Industry, 1930-1986 by Terry Lindvall,Andrew Quicke