Reel Issues is a free resource which equips you to discuss links between big-screen themes, everyday life and the Bible.
Separated into three streams – Clip, Scene and Epic – they are ideal for small groups, youth groups or to enhance a sermon, and will help you to bring the Bible to life in your home, church or group
Reel Issues is an excellent way to help people relate the Bible they read to the films they see.
Bite-sized summaries of current films to help start a discussion with friends or to complement a message in a sermon.
Topic-based activities and creative discussion starters to help young people see life and film through the lens of the Bible.
In-depth notes for your small group or film club, helping you dig deeper and connect the Bible with life’s big issues.
Four seasons in the life of a happily married couple who show hospitality to a circle of disparate family and friends.
A teenage gang, a mugged nurse and an alien invasion in South London.
Viking myth blends with comic book culture and messianic hope in a spectacular superhero adventure.
A Bourne-meets-Matrix thriller with echoes of Hitchcock, which focuses on the big questions of destiny and the divine.
After attending a comic book convention in the US, British comedy duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost go on a drive through an area known for its alleged UFO sightings.
A classic western story centred on the theme of vengeance, but with a twist.
Easy A is a light-hearted teen comedy which makes some serious points about the reputation we build for ourselves.
This is the true story of boxer Micky Ward's unlikely road to the world light welterweight title.
This film tells the story of Mark Zuckerberg, a Harvard undergrad and computer programming wizard, who develops an idea for a social networking website.
Ayrton Senna da Silva becomes the Brazilian Formula 1 star and three times world champion, urged on by a belief that he is called by God to this task.
In 1920s England, Prince Albert (second in line to the British throne) engages an unconventional speech therapist to beat his crippling stammer and perform an increasingly public role.
Eat, Pray, Love it or hate it. This story of a personal search for meaning and fulfilment in life, is based on the number one bestselling book of the same title, by Elizabeth Gilbert.
As a runaway train, laden with toxic chemicals hurtles towards the town of Stanton, only two men can stop the impending disaster.
Acclaimed low-budget British movie in which a photojournalist must escort his boss's daughter through Mexico's monster-populated ‘Infected Zone’ back to the safety of the USA.