Sunday, March 19, 2006

Biola/CLTC Film class in Tokyo

Biola University is a large liberal arts college in S. California with a mass communications department that has over 200 students. Biola professor Michael Gonzales Ph.D. will come to Japan in January of 2007 to teach a film class. Michael will bring several Biola students with him, others from Japan will join this class in making a short film. CLTC (Christian Leadership Training Center) is hosting this bi-lingual class with the goal of providing training for those interested in communicating the Good News of Jesus Christ in Japan via film. For more information on the film class contact Paul Nethercott. E-Mail:

A high quality film with a redemptive message can reach a lot of people. For example, in Japan "Narnia's" market total after three weeks was a mighty $18.7 million. "Narnia's" global total, more than $690 million ($401.2 million international), now surpasses that of 1994's "Forrest Gump" in the all-time box office sweepstakes.

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