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Paris Movie Walks: Ten Guided Tours Through the City of Lights! Camera! Action!

Ten walking tours let you be the star on the greatest movie set in the world. From Truffaut and Godard to Hanks and Hepburn, Paris has been a magnet for filmmakers and movie stars, whose careers don't seem complete unless they've made at least one film in the world's most romantic location. Now see it from a whole new angle through the lenses of famous directors. Four walks take you past all of Paris's famous sites while telling which stars walked these same streets before you and where they paused to kiss or kill. Four more explore hidden nooks that tourists often overlook, and two offer a taste of the "Old Paris" of '30s and '40s film classics…

Submitted:Oct 26, 2010
Author:Michael Schurmann
Brand:The Intrepid Traveler
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Into the Dark: Seeing the Sacred in the Top Films of the 21st Century (Cultural Exegesis)

In this book, Craig Detweiler examines forty-five films from the twenty-first century that resonate theologically--from The Lord of the Rings trilogy to Little Miss Sunshine--offering groundbreaking insight into their scriptural connections and theological applications. Detweiler writes with the eye of a filmmaker, leads Hollywood and religion initiatives at Fuller Seminary, and even came to faith through cinema. In this book, he unpacks the "theology of everyday life," exploring the Spirit of God in creation, redemption, and "general revelation" through sometimes unlikely filmmakers…

Submitted:Sep 28, 2008
Author:Craig Detweiler
Brand:Baker Academic
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Into the Dark: Seeing the Sacred in Top Films

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Star Wars and Philosophy (Popular Culture and Philosophy)

The Star Wars films continue to revolutionize science fiction, creating new standards for cinematographic excellence, and permeating popular culture around the world. The films feature many complex themes ranging from good versus evil and moral development and corruption to religious faith and pragmatism, forgiveness and redemption, and many others…

Submitted:Mar 31, 2008
Brand:Open Court
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