Christian Cinema, claiming “the world’s largest library of Christian and family films” consisting of 5,000 titles, is now available via an iOS app. Christian Cinema’s titles, available to own or rent, can also be accessed over Apple TV, Roku and ChristianCinema.com.
Sample titles, garnered from a visit today to ChristianCinema.com, include:
- Beyond the Mask (2015), an 18th Century period drama set in England and the American colonies, starring John Rhys-Davies ($4.99 rental, $12.99 to own);
- God’s Compass (2016), about a newly retired woman “faced with a series of crisis she could not have imagined” ($4.99 rental, $14.99 to own);
- Believe Me (2014), a comedy in which “four college seniors start a fake charity to embezzle money for tuition,” according to IMDb ($3.99 rental, $9.99 to own).
‘Believe Me’ trailer:
Christian Cinema says its new iOS app represents the first time any service exclusively offering faith-and-family films will make them available for downloading and viewing offline without an Internet connection.
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