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Will diversity quotas ruin the movies?

For anyone submitting a movie for a best picture Oscar, an online form now requires information about the race, gender, sexual orientation and mental health of the cast and crew members. These questions, which were reported on multiple online new outlets this week, were part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science's new representation and inclusion standards for Oscar eligibility, announced in 2021.

Mario Bros. is the greatest Catholic animated franchise ever

Two Italian plumbers must intervene to stop a great serpentine beast from capturing the princess. Don't tell me Mario Bros. isn't Catholic!

A Conversion story: Shia beauty of faith

54 years after his death, Padre Pio works another wonder in Hollywood actor’s life Hollywood Actor Shia LaBeouf has opened up about his conversion to...

Priests on Film

Hollywood is fascinated by these inspiring men and the unique nature of their lives and ministry Despite the scandals of the last 25 years, popular...

Movies: From Boxer to Priest

Positive priest characters are certainly a rarity in contemporary films. So Catholics will welcome the uplifting fact-based biography Father Stu.

Review: King Richard a biopic of triumph

One key to Venus and Serena Williams’ success was their father and his values Streaming on Netflix Will Smith aces it in King Richard. His vivid performance as the father of not one but two future tennis greats energises this intriguing fact-based sports drama while the script, penned by Zach Baylin, promotes an array of […]

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Vatican collaborates with new streaming service

New site will offer on-demand films, documentaries or other content made with Vatican Media.

Pandemic delays release of new movie about Fatima

As a remake of the 1952 Warner Brothers film "The Miracle of Our Lady of Fátima," this movie seeks to make the story newly accessible for a modern audience.

Alice-Miranda hits the big screen

To win one of 3 Alice-Miranda awesome prize packs featuring double passes to see Alice-Miranda Friends Forever, the first three books in the series...

The Peanut Butter Falcon Review: Full to the brim with life

Film fans generally and viewers of faith in particular will find much to appreciate in the heartwarming drama The Peanut Butter Falcon. Themes of friendship,...

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review

By John Mulderig For a film about magic, 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was strangely lacking in enchantment. So it’s welcome news that...
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