Gospel Hill tells the intersecting story of two men in the fictional South Carolina town of Julia. Danny Glover plays John Malcolm, the son of a slain civil rights activist. Jack Herrod (Tom Bower) is the former sheriff who never got to the bottom of the murder. Their paths begin to cross when a development corporation comes to town with plans to raze Julia's historic Gospel Hill.
A young singer turns his back on God and his father's church when tragedy strikes. He returns years later to find the once powerful congregation in disarray. With his childhood nemesis creating a "new vision" for the church, he is forced to deal with family turmoil, career suicide, and relationship issues that send him on a collision course with redemption or destruction
Backwater is doomed by the regular visits of the undertaker and its dwellers blame a tramp.
Documentary / Music/Musical / Other - Never before has a film so enthusiastically captured the mood and spirit of this unique American art form. Five of the legends of Gospel music live in a concert extravaganza at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, CA.
A universal anti-religious satire which occurs in the latter of 2001 and deals with the life of God and his son Jesus. While Jesus is trained and sent to bring redemption, God is desperately seeking for the meaning of his only incomprehensible creation - Love.
Alec McCowen's award-winning solo performance of the St Mark Gospel.
American Gospel explores the core question of Christianity, 'What is the gospel?' Through the distorting lens of American culture.
Emily, a preacher's wife, is as faithful a spouse as they come — until her hubby, Ted, takes in a handsome drifter who's down on his luck. (Red flag!) Emily finds herself drawn to this sexy wanderer, and it doesn't take long for the pair to begin a steamy affair — right under unsuspecting Ted's nose. When a guilt-ridden Emily eventually tries to call it quits, the real drama begins!
A word for word depiction of the life of Jesus Christ from the Good News Translation Bible as recorded in the Gospel of John.
It’s a revelation conjuring heated debate: According to a recently translated ancient text called the Gospel of Judas, the disciple infamous for betraying Jesus may well have been Christ’s most faithful servant and—because the Savior asked him to—accepted perpetual disgrace to bring about Jesus' death. Explore the mysticism of early Gnostic thought expressed in words written on a 1,700-year-old leather-bound papyrus. Hear the interpretations of four biblical scholars. Follow this fragile document from its discovery in Egypt to its translation and ultimate presentation to the world. And share your thoughts on the Gospel of Judas.
Hatanaka Kosaku is a young boxer who has a major flaw, he can't stop eating. That weakness puts him into into heavier weight classes that put him against stronger boxers and even worse, he's prone to throw up when he gets a body blow, which drives potential opponents away. His coach is at his wit's end as he struggles to get this idiot to show some discipline in his training. The matter is complicated when a young nun feeds the "starving" boy after she finds him fainted on the streets during his enforced fast. She learns of her mistake and she tries to help him get ready for a fight, but his weakness for food and the odd relationship they share don't makes things easy.
A devoted group of entrepreneurs and activists believe they see the writing on the wall, and they're determined to add a new chapter.
U.S. Marshal Johnny Mack Brown once again goes undercover in this Nevada Mckenzie series entry from Great Westerns Prod./Monogram. Masquerading as a parson and a drifter, Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton) and Nevada Jack McKenzie (Mack Brown) come to the aid of the beleaguered residents of Goldville, a small ranching community being terrorized by greedy saloon keeper Ace Benton (Kenneth MacDonald) and his gang of cutthroats. Unbeknownst to the citizenry, the railroad is planning to build tracks through town and Benton is attempting to secure the land by scaring off the settlers.
From Death Valley in the Mojave Desert to Mount Whittier, the outlaw gangs are wreaking havoc on the gold and money shipments from the mines and ranches. Wells Fargo organizes an express service that will insure the shipments and ensure a guaranteed delivery. Granger Hume is hired to help Wells-Fargo deliver on their promise.
Straight from the magnificent Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, come vaulting gospel sounds that will warm your heart and have you "bearing witness" in no time. This release includes performances from such legendary singers as Ray Charles, Andre Crouch, Glen Campbell and many others. Tracks include "Save the People," "A Few Good Men" and "He."
A music-driven short film presented as a visual prelude to Alicia Keys' sixth studio album, Here. Keys pays tribute to the communities that raised her in four slice-of-life segments depicting the coming of age experience in New York City.
America's best inspirational vocal talent competes for top honors and a recording contract in the third season of the Gospel Music Channel's popular singing contest, "Gospel Dream." The program's finale features the contenders delivering show-stopping renditions of "Power of the Dream" and "Sing." Other memorable performances include "Love Like Rain" by 2006 winner Brian Smith, "Glorious" by Kimberly Lowery and "Brave" by Kristina Higgins.
For longboard craftsman Jody Wilcock and former world champion Claude Regnier, getting older doesn't mean giving up the sport they love. Despite some serious health concerns, disapproving spouses and other setbacks, life will always be about skating.
In 1959, a body of a flight attendant of an international airline is found, strangled. Detective Rokuro Fujisawa takes charge of the investigation with a young detective Ichimura and his investigations lead him to Father Tolbeck as a suspect. But the police are forced to move very discreetly as the time was right after the Second World War, when a sensitive situation that involves Western people and religion is likely to become an international issue. The investigation leads to an unexpected discloser of a shadowy business behind the church that reflects the uncertainty of the time.
Hatanaka Kosaku is a talented boxer who turned pro at the age of 19, winning his debut match with a first round KO. He is talented, but he has no guts. His uncontrollable appetite is an even bigger problem. He can't put himself in the right weight class, he runs out of energy because of hunger, and he gets knocked out while his eyes are set on food at the ringside. However, Kosaku's life changed when he met Sister Angela, a novice nun in the convent near his boxing gym. She became the source of his power, and Kosaku fights only to win her heart.
Video Gospel is a television series airing on Black Entertainment Television, featuring gospel music videos. It began airing in 1989. It is also the second-oldest original program airing on the network. It originally began airing as the companion series to Video Soul which aired on BET from 1981 to 1996.
106 & Gospel was an inspirational version of the top-ten video countdown show 106 & Park, that aired Sundays on BET. The show debuted on January 11, 2009 and features a live audience, gospel music videos, choir battles and many celebrity guest. The show was canceled in April 2009 due to low ratings on the network.
The Gospel Bill Show is a Christian-values based television show that was produced by Willie George Ministries from 1981 to 1993. It was broadcast on the CBN and TBN, and is currently seen on Daystar, Smile of a Child, and in syndication on other small Christian television stations.
Bobby Jones Gospel is a program on Black Entertainment Television hosted by gospel legend Dr. Bobby Jones airing Sunday mornings at 9:00E/8:00C. The series premiered on January 27, 1980, almost exactly when the network came into existence. Bobby Jones Gospel features performances by famed Gospel artists as Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, and Hezekiah Walker, as well as new and up and coming gospel artists. As of July 2013, the series is BET's longest running.
The Gospel According to the Blues is a television drama. It originally aired on Vision TV in Canada. It is based on on the stage play Gideon's Blues by George Elroy Boyd and adapted for screen by Thom Fitzgerald. The movie stars Jackie Richardson, Richard Chevolleau, Karen Robinson, and Cory Bowles.
At the turn of the century, the Angels returned to Earth, seeking to wipe out humanity in an apocalyptic fury. Devastated, mankind's last remnants moved underground to wait for the day when the Angels would come back to finish the job. Fifteen years later, that day has come... but this time, humanity is ready to fight back with terrifying bio-mechanical weapons known as the Evangelions. Watch as Shinji, Rei, Asuka and the rest of the mysterious shadow agency Nerv battle to save earth from total annihilation.