In this documentary, to be rereleased in theaters Feb. 8 and 9, filmmakers Alban Teurlai and Thierry Demaiziere present a moving portrait of one of the world’s most popular pilgrimage sites and of the suffering people who are drawn to it.
Movie review: ‘Lourdes’
Former evangelical ‘reboots’ message on movies for Catholic audience
“The book shows how to evaluate the stories that movies tell and how to discern what they say about reality, God and what it means to be human.”
Director: Title of Polish cardinal’s biopic has dual meaning
The movie, a biopic about 20th-century Polish Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, delves into the Polish Communist Party’s yearslong operation to delegitimize him. It will have a limited run on select U.S. screens Nov. 15 and Nov. 17.
Actor, filmmaker on North Dakota Catholic college’s faculty showcases state
“Sanctified,” shot in the North Dakota Badlands, is getting its premiere at cinemas across North Dakota starting Sept. 30 and throughout much of October.
Free for all: Movies from 1922 available online at no cost
Read the capsule reviews of six notable features that have reached their centennial and are available to view for free online.
Calm discourse of ‘The Matter of Life’ is welcome voice in abortion debate
The documentary is scheduled to be screened Monday-Tuesday, May 16-17.
Good films about the ‘Good War’: A viewer’s guide to WWII movies
In the 75 years since its conclusion, the Second World War has been the subject of innumerable films of widely varied worth.
Two Canadian theaters cancel showings of ‘Unplanned’ after threats
Two independent theaters have canceled screenings of the pro-life movie “Unplanned” after managers and owners received “serious threats,” according to the Canadian distributor of the movie.