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Brehm Film

Brehm Film brings together filmmakers and film-viewers, Christian leaders and laity, scholars and students for dialogue between our culture's primary stories and the Christian faith.

kutter and scorsese
kutter and scorsese
Brehm Film

Brehm Film brings together filmmakers and film-viewers, Christian leaders and laity, scholars and students for dialogue between our culture's primary stories and the Christian faith.

Brehm Film

Brehm Film brings together filmmakers and film-viewers, Christian leaders and laity, scholars and students for dialogue between our culture's primary stories and the Christian faith.

kutter and scorsese
Latest Review
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The Alpinist

Leclerc invokes the theological language of awe, the feeling of absolute dependence, as he seeks the visceral awareness of “being so small in a world that’s so big.”

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Conversations With Filmmakers
MInari Crew

Minari | A Conversation with Lee Isaac Chung and Harry Yoon

Director Lee Isaac Chung and Editor Harry Yoon speak with filmmaker Eugene Suen about the making of the award winning film Minari

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Steve James

City So Real | A Conversation with Steve James

Fuller Professor of Theology and Culture, Kutter Callaway spoke with Director Steve James about his five-part docuseries, City So Real

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hosea crew

Hosea | A Conversation with Avril Speaks, Ryan Dobson, and Suzanne Watson

Elijah Davidson sat down with Fuller grad and filmmaker Avril Speaks, Ryan Dobson, and Suzanne Watson  for a conversation about their film, Hosea

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Latest Review
The Alpinist poster

The Alpinist

Leclerc invokes the theological language of awe, the feeling of absolute dependence, as he seeks the visceral awareness of “being so small in a world that’s so big.”

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Recent Reviews

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a very good Marvel movie, which is akin to saying that there is a great new item on the menu at Applebee’s.

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the lost leonardo

The Lost Leonardo

Through the twists and turns of the story, you’ll doubt that a work of such importance could possibly have remained hidden all these years, but by the second half of the movie, you’ll find yourself thinking more about the relationship of art to money and power, as the question of… Read more »

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CODA

CODA puts a hearing viewer in the shoes of someone who is deaf. The sound cuts out at multiple points throughout the film and you’re invited to sit with the silence that many experience during events, social gatherings, or in the workplace.

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Free Guy

Free Guy is Tron with an aw-shucks A.I.

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Val

Val Kilmer uses the time he has left to pour himself into making art of various kinds in his modest Los Angeles studio, a place that he calls his “sacred space,” while he attempts to grapple with the inevitability of death.

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The Green Knight

The Green Knight is the old tale told rather straight with a gothic sensibility, meaning there are no contemporary action theatrics to see here, just weird fantasy stuff.

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Roadrunner

Roadrunner resists the urge to neatly package Bourdain’s life and death. It is a bold move.

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FULLER studio is pleased to partner with Brehm Film for this series. The reviews, articles, and other content in this series is entirely the work of Brehm Film.