Mockingbird at the Movies by CJ Green

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A movie theater is a magical place. We laugh and cry, marvel and curse--occasionally we are even transported, the projector casting fresh light on both ourselves and the world around us. Mockingbird at the Movies is a collection of essays from a wide range of contributors, exploring the films that have touched us most. Some are beautiful, some confrontational, some silly, some sad, some all of the above; taken together, they bear witness to the power of film to move the heart and lift the spirit. Grab your popcorn and press play.

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Published December 5, 2015 by Mockingbird Ministries. 356 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography.

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The Mockingbird

Van Zandt speaks to the death in each of us: the death of promise, the death of stability, the death of our ability to control and manage the vicissitudes of life, and ultimately the ability to hang on to life itself.

Feb 19 2017 | Read Full Review of Mockingbird at the Movies

The Mockingbird

In honor of the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, here is another essay from our new anthology of movie essays, Mockingbird at the Movies, available in print here and on Kindle here.

Aug 10 2016 | Read Full Review of Mockingbird at the Movies