Interviews at Christianity Today and Regal

It feels strange to be on the other end of interviews these days. I'm used to asking the questions. Anyway, I'm happy to report that both Christianity Today and Regal Books have posted interviews with me about Through a Screen Darkly this week. … [Read more...]

The Regal interview

FYI: Regal Books has posted an interview with me about the Through a Screen Darkly project. [2013 Update: Looks like Regal's website has lost track of this link. Hmmm.] … [Read more...]

Ralph Winter on Upcoming Comic Book Films, “The Screwtape Letters”

Infuze Magazine's Robin Parrish just posted a new interview with Ralph Winter about the next Fantastic Four flick, The Screwtape Letters, and more.... And his report reveals what Ralph told me a few weeks back -- that he's hoping to have Randall Wallace (We Were Soldiers, Braveheart) write the Screwtape adaptation. Interesting choice. That would certainly be a different kind of challenge for Wallace. … [Read more...]

Still don’t get "The New World"? Check this out.

In Stylus Magazine, L. Michael Foote looks closer at two particular scenes, and he brilliantly explores the way that Terrence Malick is conveying truth through his own unique style. … [Read more...]

Happy Catholic Quotes Something Familiar

Happy Catholic is reading Through a Screen Darkly! … [Read more...]

“A Christian Voice” in “Children of Men”?

From a comment posted in a previous post, by Mike Harris Stone: Well I saw Children of Men last night. A fantastic piece of cinema which does, IMHO, go beyond even the filmmaker's intentions in what it says, much as Wings of Desire did. Interestingly, the original music in the film is by British Composer John Taverner, an Orthodox Christian, so in that one aspect there is a Christian voice in the movie. I agree with your critique of it, Jeffrey. And by the way, the backlash against the CT … [Read more...]

Peter Chattaway on “Bridge to Terabithia”

Peter T. Chattaway, who recently reviewed The Last Sin Eater, has just reviewed a film by Christian author Katherine Paterson, the latest literary adaptation by Walden Media. He gives it three stars, and shares his perspective, which comes with the added advantage of his thorough familiarity with the novel. … [Read more...]


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