AMDG. Storytelling is foundational to the human experience, and the more new media develop, the more options are available for families to select from. Today filmmaker, homeschooling dad, MFA graduate of Columbia University, and chair of the dramatic arts department at the University of Mary, Daniel Bielinski, joins the Kolbecast to talk about making films that celebrate faith, perseverance, courage, grit, and redemption. He describes his focus on telling good stories from the get-go and creating projects which are intrinsically Catholic but not preachy or stereotypical. He also shares his perspective on approaching big questions and difficult matters of being human. Together, the group discusses the daily unglamorous work that goes into grand productions—from movies to parenting.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Canticle Productions
- Kolbecast ep 123 A Change of the Ages with Msgr. James Shea
- How to watch Sanctified as part of Kolbe’s Catholic Schools Week financial aid fundraiser
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