Never been to Ohio, but I’ve been quoted there!

The Repository in Canton, Ohio has a story up on Hollywood and the faith-based market, and a fair chunk of it quotes me. I had a lovely 43-minute chat with Charita M. Goshay, and it’s still vivid enough in my mind that I think I can remember how I said most of the bits that ended up in print. There are a few factual errors in the between-the-quotes bits, but the one thing I will single out is the reference to me as the “chief film critic for Christianity Today” — I’m actually just one of many on the CT Movies team, and I believe I was interviewed for this story because The Nativity Story is the story’s main news hook, and I happened to review it for them.

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/14715376140228118442 Jeffrey Overstreet

    Well, you’re the most prolific CT critic, that’s for sure. If somebody asked me who the “chief” CT critic would be, I’d say it’s you.