The 1920s holds a special place within cinema history as German Expressionism makes its way onto American shores. Known for its angular, almost surreal, settings and its narrative gloom, German Expressionism gave silent cinema some of the most fantastical and…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We take a deep breath and settle in for a very heavy conversation about Martin Scorsese’s latest exploration of faith, Silence. Based on the book of the same name, Silence has…

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The meal always gets the press at Thanksgiving. The turkey, the stuffing, the potatoes. And the dessert doesn’t exactly get ignored; the pie makes itself well-known. But nobody ever talks about the drink. Except in my family. Since we were…

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On this episode of Reel World Rewind: Blaine is joined by Joel Mayward to talk about the Dardenne Brothers’ film, The Kid with a Bike. They discuss the Dardennes’ unique style, as well as the film’s incredibly thoughtful depiction of everyday grace. Be…

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Most film producers would hear the pitch for Locke and probably respond with a great guffaw, “Who would watch a guy in a car for 90 minutes?” In truth, it’s a fair question, but I’m here to tell you it…

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