A write-up alone, could not do “Black Panther” justice, so in spirit with the film, we at Reel Spirituality wanted to host a conversation on the film between people from the African and African American communities here at Fuller Theological Seminary.
The subject of “I’ll Push You” open up about their 500-mile journey on the Camino de Santiago.
The Avengers are united, but are also fragile.
This July, Spider-Man is coming home.
A discussion about Logan.
A large group of film focused Fuller students and alumni gather to discuss Martin Scorsese’s Silence. Bonus – 2017 Sundance Anticipations
Story – Gone with the Wind; Sizzle – Rogue One; Study – Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice
Story – Bush Mama; Sizzle – Daughters of the Dust; Study – Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Story – Loving; Sizzle – Notes on Blindness; Study – Guardians of the Galaxy
Story – Cornbread, Earl and Me; Sizzle – Hacksaw Ridge, sorta; Study – The Avengers
Story – Do the Right Thing; Sizzle – Doctor Strange; Study – Shutter Island
Story – Devil in a Blue Dress; Sizzle – Saint Nicholas: The Real Story; Study – Cloverfield
Story – Ali; Sizzle – Taxi Driver; Study – The Dark Knight
Story – Fruitvale Station; Sizzle – Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience; Study – Margaret
Story – Selma; Sizzle – Luke Cage; Study – The Village
Story – The Birth of a Nation; Sizzle – TIFF; Study – Spider-Man
Reintroducing the Reel Spirituality Podcast
Same Kind of Different As Me’s perspective will be a product of the attention it gives each character and how it transmits that attention to the audience.
I’ve already seen this film, so I can say confidently that this trailer does the movie justice. It promises something the movie can deliver. You’ll get to see that for yourself soon.
We’re honored to be mentioned in Terry Lindvall’s newest book.
Gareth Edwards said Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a story in which “God isn’t coming to save us.” Does the trailer say as much?