26th Annual Movieguide® Faith & Values Awards Winners List!

Transformational Movies & TV

26th Annual Movieguide® Faith & Values Awards Gala

and 2018 Report to the Entertainment Industry

 

Winners List

 

Sponsored by the Christian Film & Television Commission®

 

Hollywood, Calif. – Here is the list of winners and nominees for Movieguide®’s 26th Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala, which was held last night, Feb. 2, at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles:

 

The Jeannette Clift George Award for Furthering Entertainment with Faith & Values

 This special award goes to Rich Peluso for his tireless and superior efforts over many years to present the truth of the Gospel through Hollywood movies.

 

Ten Best Movies for Families

 

Winner of the $25,000 Ware Foundation Prize for the Best Movie for Families: The Boss Baby

 

  1. The Boss Baby (DreamWorks/20th Century Fox)
  2. The Star (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Ent.)
  3. Cars 3 (Pixar/Walt Disney Studios)
  4. Despicable Me 3 (Illumination/Universal Studios)
  5. The Case for Christ (PureFlix Films)
  6. The Man Who Invented Christmas (Bleecker Street Media)
  7. The LEGO Batman Movie (Warner Bros. Pictures)
  8. Smurfs: The Lost Village (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Ent.)
  9. The Emoji Movie (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Ent.)
  10. Ferdinand (Blue Sky/20th Century Fox)

 

Ten Best Movies for Mature Audiences

 

Winner for Best Movie for Mature Audiences:  Darkest Hour

 

  1. Darkest Hour (Focus Features/Comcast)
  2. All Saints (Sony Affirm/Sony Pictures Ent.)
  3. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Walt Disney Studios)
  4. Thor: Ragnarok (Marvel/Walt Disney Studios)
  5. The Promise (2017) (Open Road Films)
  6. Bitter Harvest (Roadhouse Attractions)
  7. Wonder (Lionsgate Films)
  8. Dunkirk (2017) (Warner Bros. Pictures/Time Warner)
  9. Wonder Woman (Warner Bros. Pictures/Time Warner)
  10. Justice League (Warner Bros. Pictures/Time Warner)

 

Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Movie

 

Winner:  The Star

 

Nominees:

All Saints

Bitter Harvest

The Boss Baby

The Case for Christ

Let There Be Light

The Promise (2017)

The Star

 

Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring TV Program

 

Winner:  The Long Road Home:  Black Sunday, Part 2

 

Nominees:

Blue Bloods:  Cutting Losses

The Crown:  Vergangenheit

Last Man Standing:  Take Me to Church

Little Big Shots:  Tiny Dancer

The Long Road Home:  Black Sunday, Part 2

Victoria:  An Ordinary Woman and The Queen’s Husband

 

Faith & Freedom Award for Movies

 

Winner:  The Promise

 

Nominees:

Bitter Harvest

The Boss Baby

Darkest Hour

Dunkirk (2017)

The LEGO Batman Movie

The Promise

Wonder

 

Faith & Freedom Award for TV

 

Winner:  The Long Road Home:  Black Sunday, Part 2

 

Nominees:

Blue Bloods:  Cutting Losses

The Crown:  Vergangenheit

Five Came Back

The Long Road Home:  Black Sunday, Part 2

The Middle:  The 200th

Victoria:  An Ordinary Woman and The Queen’s Husband

 

The Faith and Freedom Awards are supported by a grant from The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.

 

Christie Peters Grace Award for Most Inspiring Performance in Movies

 

Winner:  John Corbett for All Saints

 

Nominees:

Erika Christensen for The Case for Christ

John Corbett for All Saints

Oscar Isaac for The Promise (2017)

Kevin Sorbo for Let There Be Light

Sam Sorbo for Let There Be Light

Terence Stamp for Bitter Harvest

Dan Stevens for The Man Who Invented Christmas

Mike Vogel for The Case for Christ

 

Christie Peters Grace Award for Most Inspiring Performance in TV

 

Winner:  Paul Sparks for The Crown:  Vergangenheit

 

Nominees:

Tim Allen for Last Man Standing:  Take Me to Church

Len Cariou for Blue Bloods:  Cutting Losses

Jenna Coleman for Victoria:  An Ordinary Woman and The Queen’s Husband

Bill Engvall for Last Man Standing:  Take Me to Church

Claire Foy for The Crown:  Vergangenheit

Steve Harvey for Little Big Shots:  Tiny Dancer

Tom Hughes for Victoria:  An Ordinary Woman and The Queen’s Husband

Michael Kelly for The Long Road Home:  Black Sunday, Part 2

Tom Selleck for Blue Bloods:  Cutting Losses

Paul Sparks for The Crown:  Vergangenheit

 

$15,000 Kairos Prize for Most Spiritually Uplifting Screenplay by a First-Time or Beginning Screenwriters

William Gebby for North Star

 

$15,000 Kairos Pro Prize for Most Inspiring Screenplay by an Experienced Filmmaker

Alexandra Boylan for Switched

 

The Kairos Prizes are supported by a grant from The Timothy Plan.