Is Hollywood Biased Against Christians ?
Is there Evidence of Hollywood Bias?
- Hollywood Vs. Religion, by Michael Medved
Documents evidence of Hollywood's Hostility Towards Religion (in particular, Christianity and Judaism).
Description -- Hollywood vs. Religion [Video]
- The true story of the film industry's ongoing attack on religion [Christianity, Judaism] and people of faith.
- Every year Hollywood releases dozens of films that feature vicious attacks on people of faith.
Indeed, many filmmakers have taken to their own pulpit with a series of big-budget celluloid sermons
that stereotype religious people as crooked, crazy or both, and clergymen as fast-talking charlatans or
- Why is Hollywood so intent on discrediting religion?
- Hollywood vs. Religion uncovers the answer. Hosted by Michael Medved, this compelling video exposes
the entertainment industry's ignorance, distrust and fear of organized religion -- especially evangelical
Christianity, Catholicism and traditional Judaism.
- Using clips from well-known movies, Medved reveals:
- What prompts Hollywood's anti-religious bias
- Why filmmakers continue to make so many of these movies that lose big money at the big office
- How producers use both subtle hints and heavy-handed manipulation to push their message
- Why Hollywood is out of touch with its audience
- What you can do to encourage producers to clean up their act
- Informative and eye-opening, Hollywood vs. Religion is a must-see for all people of faith -- whether you're a movie
buff or not.
- Hosted by Michael Medved
- Chief film critic for the New York Post, co-host of PBS's "Sneak Previews" and author
of the book Hollywood vs. America.
- Produced and Directed by Michael Pack.
- Distributed by Chatham Hill Foundation, P.O. Box 7723, Dallas, TX 75209.
- "A very important program. We all owe Michael Medved a debt of gratitude for exposing Hollywood's
consistent anti-religious bias." -- Charles COlson, best-selling author.
- "Fascinating and disturbing. Hollywood can no longer deny its anti-religious agenda. Think about it
next time you buy a movie ticket." -- Dr. James Dobson, President, Focus on the Family.