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Cinema Stories Podcast

Stories have a way of captivating us, moving us and if we are paying close attention, to make us think. Welcome to Cinema Stories, a podcast dedicated to talking about the stories we see in film and how they mirror, relate to, or point to the Greatest Story ever told, the Gospel.

Episode 26: Harry Potter

The Harry Potter series took the world by storm, with each successive book release, midnight release parties got bigger and then there were the movies, which...

Episode 25: Solo: A Star Wars Story

Han Solo has been a favorite character for people since 1977 when Star Wars entered the cultural zeitgeist and now forty-one years later, Larry...

Episode 24: Avengers: Infinity War

Ten years and eighteen films have lead Marvel Studios to the beginning of the end for it's original Avengers. In this episode of the Cinema...

Episode 23: Brave

Pixar's first film Toy Story changed the landscape of animated movies forever and with each successive film, they've continued to up their game by...

Episode 22: Jim Papandrea

The core of Cinema Stories is looking at film through the lens of faith and seeing where it lines up with the Word of...

Episode 21: A Wrinkle in Time

In 1962, Madeleine L'Engle publisher her first book in what would become known as the Time Quintet. A Wrinkle in Time would win awards,...

Episode 20: Into the Woods

The musical is one of the best traditions in Hollywood, with classics like The Sound of Music and Fiddler on the Roof to new...

Episode 19: Black Panther

Last year Wonder Woman changed the way we look at superhero movies and this year something similar has happened with Black Panther. In episode of...

Episode 18: Tomorrowland

The last few years there has been a proliferation of dystopian films, books and television shows, all feeding off the fear we have of...

Episode 17: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Harry Potter has become a cultural icon and most people assumed that when Rowling was done with the series in 2007 that it would...