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Canadian Catholic filmmaker Kevin Dunn was spellbound when he first heard the story of Our Lady of the Cape.

Netflix's 'Cuties': Exploration of immigrant experience or child exploitation?

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NEW YORK -- Controversy has surrounded the airing on Netflix of the French film "Cuties" ("Mignonnes").

Faith is Quebec filmmaker’s 'Destination'

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Though he grew up in a religious household in Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire), West Africa, it was in 2009, at age 26, when Hermann Boya sanctified his bond with God by entering into the Catholic faith.

Showing the beauty in Fatima’s truth

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When Mary steps out of the blinding light of the sun and into view for three children who have broken away from watching over a few sheep to pray the rosary, she isn’t surrounded by angels. No trumpets blare. Before the musical score rises to support this moment in the new film Fatima, there are crickets and birdsong and distant bleats of sheep. Mary is surrounded by hills, trees, fields and blue sky.

St. Faustina film sends a timely message

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It’s a cliché heard all the time: “This is a movie that is so right for its time.”

'Two Popes' in search of truth

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Anthony McCarten wants the truth and nothing but the truth. To get at the truth, he has made up a fictional dialogue between the Church’s two living popes.

Film highlights John Paul II alliance with Reagan

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WASHINGTON -- Forty years after his first pilgrimage to Poland, a film and book has been released exploring St. John Paul II’s alliance with “deep spiritual bond” with U.S. President Ronald Reagan.

Filmmakers explore distribution

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EDMONTON -- After much debate and controversy, Unplanned may yet be hitting theatres across Canada. 

Camera finally points at civility

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I paused the PVR and looked at my husband: “Did you notice what a big deal they were making about a first kiss?” 

'mother!' adds new twist on God and Bible

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Darren Aronofsky’s latest film mother! has certainly stirred up a storm, and no wonder. It features murder, point-blank executions, incinerations and the killing and devouring of a child.