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Beliefnet Movie Awards

posted by Nell Minow

Congratulations to Beliefnet judges and community members for selecting an outstanding group of winners for the Beliefnet movie awards.

Judges

Best Spiritual Film: The Road
Best Inspirational Film: Precious and Up (Tie)
Best Spiritual Documentary: ‘More Than a Game’

People’s Choice
Best Spiritual Film: The Blind Side
Best Inspirational Film: Precious
Best Spiritual Documentary: Earth

And check out the gallery of lessons from Oscar-nominated films, too!



  • plog

    I think DISTRICT NINE has been overlooked here and elsewhere. SPOILER ALERT…some people think Shawshank Redemption is the great movie “of hope” – but I am haunted by D9′s last scene of a wretch making imitation flowers out of scrap medal, waiting three years for his help to arrive…beautiful emotional scene.

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks so much, plog — I agree with enthusiasm! One of the most touching moments ever put on film.

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