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It’s Official: We’re Entering a Faith-Based Film Renaissance

At CinemaCon, movie studios across the industry pitch their upcoming projects to theater owners. This year’s event had a bit more riding on it than usual, considering the disastrous state of the U.S. box office post-COVID and the streaming boom.
Those theater owners likely hoped studios had innovative ideas for returning audiences to the cinema. At this year’s CinemaCon, one particular innovation did seem to be making waves: high-quality faith-based films.
Production companies like Kingdom Story Company (“Jesus Revolution”) and Angel Studios (“Sound of Freedom”) used CinemaCon to promote their upcoming slate of films, and it’s no wonder why. Both film houses — and a growing number of others like them — have put out a long list of incredibly well-crafted Christian films over the last few years.

Thanks to those efforts, this writer would go as far as saying faith-bas …

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