Theology and Film

Fuller Dialogues

Academy Award winning director Martin Scorsese discusses faith, suffering, and more after a screening of his film Silence with Fuller Seminary’s Kutter Callaway and Mako Fujimura.

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Filmmaker Eliot Rausch at Fuller Seminary

An Evening With Eliot Rausch

Knight of Cups (image)

Searching for Meaning in Knight of Cups: A Conversation with Michael Wright


A new Terrence Malick film is an event, though one that invited conversation rather than critique.

Over the Garden Wall

Over the Garden Wall and On a Sacred Journey Into the Unknown

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Taken as a whole Over The Garden Wall is a kind of modern day fairy tale, and understanding its deeper meaning starts with an essential interpretive lens: the setting of the Unknown. Both capitalized and set apart with an article, these woods are an manifestation of a timeless and liminal place.

Waiting in Line Is the Best Part

Sundance Film Festival

Voices on Faith & Film


Open Call for a New Amateur

Film reel

Is Reel Spirituality a Real Spirituality?


What does the claim of God’s “presence” in film actually mean? Is it a form of general revelation, common grace, or an opportunity to experience transcendence?