Category: Film Reviews

Documentary: Kidnapped for Christ

Directed by Kate Logan SHOWTIME Reviewed by Emily A. Dause Kidnapped for Christ follows Biola University film student Kate Logan as she documents Escuela Caribe, a Dominican Republic-based Christian rehabilitation center for troubled American...

April Is Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month, and Cinema Libre Studio has just released Too Sane for This World, a beautiful little documentary that gives voice to a dozen adults with different types of autism. This...

Documentary: A River of Waste

Reviewed by Olivia Butz "Sometimes the greatest threats don't come from foreign terrorists. Sometimes they come from within." So says one of the interviewees in A River of Waste: The Hazardous Truth About Factory...

SELLING NARNIA

by Peter Larson In the final book of the Narnia Chronicles, THE LAST BATTLE, King Tirian learns that the sacred trees of Narnia are being cut down by the evil Calormenes to be sold...

Cinematic Critiques of Culture

by Matt Rindge When asked what especially worried him about contemporary culture, Czechoslovakian philosopher Vitezslav Gardavsky replied: "The terrible threat is that we might die before we really do die, before death has become...