Reel Dialogue website, reviews and discussion guides - You have see the film, now what? Let's talk about it!

You have read the reviews and gone to see the film with family and friends. Now what? 

Hopefully, you will talk about it! Get free discussion guides to make the discussion afterwards more engaging. 

Russelling Reviews, Reel Dialogue and City Bible Forum are here to help with reviews, commentary and discussion guides

As Christians, we are a part of the broad cultural phenomenon known as “pop culture”, engagement with which is more important than ever. But how do we take our Christian worldview to the movies with us, to help us critically engage and negotiate popular culture’s messages and themes?

Aside from the simple pleasure of spending time together and discussing films, there are teachable moments in Hollywood’s modern parables and character studies. Crafted properly, movies can lift the spirit, tap into eternal truth and convey moral messages that challenge us to live out what we’ve experienced. And some that don’t do all of those things can still be effectively used to reinforce and confirm why we don’t believe things should be a certain way. Conversation is the key to broadening our Christian worldview and understanding culture. Plus it’s just fun to discuss a film after viewing it, particularly if it’s a great film!

Reel Dialogue can help groups understand, discern and decode films in a faith-based context. Reel Dialogue group resources have been sourced or written to help people approach film through the filter of the gospel, to build groups that can engage with entertainment in a way that will invigorate their faith and witness.

We are saturated with visual images and messages and it is really important to have the tools to talk about these messages as they relate to us as Christians, rather than passively consume other people’s worldviews.

On this site there are downloadable discussion guides and links that have all the tools groups need to reflect on, discuss and discover what spiritual truth often resides in popular films.

There are also many other resources and links to sites that will help churches with the legalities of using clips in worship services, mounting a local church film festival or starting your own film-based small group at your church as a way of reaching into your community.

Our website aims to equip ministry agents and inspire creative dialogue between church and culture.

The hope is you’ll enter the cinema with a newly-developed filter to approach the world of entertainment.

Check out the website, read the reviews, download the discussion guides pass on the details to your friends. Send us requests for talks, groups and ways to get the word out on Reel Dialogue! 

Text written by Adrian Drayton @ Russelling Reviews & Reel Dialogue #russellingrevs #reeldialogue