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Movieguide®’s Movies That Inspire to Air on the Reelz Channel Easter Sunday

Movieguide®’s Movies That Inspire to Air on the Reelz Channel Easter Sunday

Movieguide®’s Movies That Inspire, featuring this year’s Movieguide® Award Winners, will air on the Reelz Channel on Easter Sunday, April 17, at 3 p.m. ET which is 12 p.m. PT, with an encore at 1 a.m. ET April 18 which is 10 p.m. PT April 17. 

The program will focus on the very best in uplifting and encouraging entertainment from the year 2021, proving how the Good, the True and the Beautiful succeed in Hollywood and beyond. 

“It’s my distinct pleasure to once again partner with the Reelz Channel to celebrate inspirational movies and television,” Movieguide® Founder and Publisher Dr. Ted Baehr says. 

The program will feature exclusive interviews with some of the top producers and directors in the entertainment industry.

The categories for Movieguide® Awards include the Best Movies for Families, the Best Movies for Mature Audiences, the Epiphany Prizes® for Most Inspirational Movie and TV Program, the Faith and Freedom Award® for Promoting Positive American Values in Movies and in Television, and the Grace Prizes® for Most Inspiring Performances in Movies and Television.

Movieguide®’s Movies That Inspire will serve as the virtual Movieguide® Awards Gala. The mega event is normally held in Hollywood at the beginning of each year, bringing the biggest names in the industry to the red carpet to celebrate family values in movies and television shows. 

This year is the 30th Annual Movieguide® Awards and proves just how much moviegoers value positive entertainment both on the big and small screens. 

Additionally, the Movieguide® Awards Gala previously served as the opportunity to announce the Kairos Prize® Winner. This year, the announcement was virtual, as well. 

OUT OF THE FLAMES by Stephanie Hutchinson was named as the $15,000 Grand Prize winner, with TRACKS IN THE SNOW by Sandi Hendrickson Esch and WATCHFUL DRAGONS by Robert Williams named as the runners up. 

The Kairos Prize® is the leading scriptwriting contest for spiritually uplifting screenplays. 

Movieguide®’s Movies That Inspire will honor the winner in each of these categories:

Best Movies for Families

AMERICAN UNDERDOG

BLUE MIRACLE

THE BOSS BABY:  FAMILY BUSINESS

PETER RABBIT 2:  THE RUNAWAY

RONS GONE WRONG

SING 2

SPACE JAM:  A NEW LEGACY

Best Movies for Mature Audiences

BELFAST

BLACK WIDOW (2021)

CYRANO (2021)

DUNE (2021)

GODZILLA VS. KONG

KING RICHARD

A QUIET PLACE PART II

Epiphany Prizes® for Movies

AMERICAN UNDERDOG

BLUE MIRACLE

C.S. LEWIS:  THE MOST RELUCTANT CONVERT

CHRISTMAS WITH THE CHOSEN:  THE MESSENGERS

THE GIRL WHO BELIEVES IN MIRACLES

KING RICHARD

A QUIET PLACE PART II

Epiphany Prizes® for Television

THE CHOSEN:  Episode 2.8:  Beyond Mountains”

GENIUS:  ARETHA

THE PILGRIMS

RESURRECTION (2021)

THE WALTONS:  HOMECOMING

A WEEK AWAY

Faith & Freedom Award® for Movies

BLACK WIDOW (2021)

THE BOSS BABY:  FAMILY BUSINESS

THE COURIER (2021)

DEAR COMRADES!

DUNE (2021)

GODS NOT DEAD:  WE THE PEOPLE

PERCY VS GOLIATH

Faith and Freedom® Award for Television

ATLANTIC CROSSING:  Episode 1 and 2:  “Angrepet” and “Tronefall”

HAWKEYE:  Episode 1.1 and 1.2

THE MYSTERIOUS BENEDICT SOCIETY:  Episodes 1.1 and 1.2

THE PILGRIMS

SUPERMAN AND LOIS:  Episode 101:  Pilot”

TURNER AND HOOCH:  Episode 1.1:  Furever and a Dog”

THE WALTONS:  HOMECOMING

Grace Prize® for Movies

Zachary Levi for AMERICAN UNDERDOG

Dennis Quaid and Jimmy Gonzales for BLUE MIRACLE

Emily Blunt for A QUIET PLACE PART II

Jennifer Hudson for RESPECT

Grace Prize® for Television

Greta Scacchi for RESURRECTION

Bailee Madison for A WEEK AWAY

Cynthia Erivo for GENIUS:  Episode 3.1:  Aretha:  Respect”

Jonathan Roumie for THE CHOSEN:  Episode 2.8:  Beyond Mountains”

Bellamy Young for THE WALTONS:  HOMECOMING

Now more than ever we’re bombarded by darkness in media, movies, and TV. Movieguide® has fought back for almost 40 years, working within Hollywood to propel uplifting and positive content. We’re proud to say we’ve collaborated with some of the top industry players to influence and redeem entertainment for Jesus. Still, the most influential person in Hollywood is you. The viewer.

What you listen to, watch, and read has power. Movieguide® wants to give you the resources to empower the good and the beautiful. But we can’t do it alone. We need your support.

You can make a difference with as little as $7. It takes only a moment. If you can, consider supporting our ministry with a monthly gift. Thank you.