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Welcome to the Christian films task force of WikiProject Film! This is a joint task force run between WikiProject Film and WikiProject Christianity.


This task force covers Christian films. We define this genre as films that are made for or marketed toward a Christian audience and/or that contain a pro-Christian message or purpose. This does not include films that use Christian images, teachings, history, or themes in such a way that Christ, Christians, or Christianity is shown in a negative way, such as The Da Vinci Code. It does, however, include films that are made by Christian production companies or other Christian organizations, even if the theme is not overtly Christian. Borderline films are subject to prior discussion.


Active membersEdit

To join the Christian films task force, edit this section and add # {{User|yourusername}} and any comments to the following list of members in alphabetical order by username. Please add your username to Wikipedia:WikiProject Film/Participants also.

  1. Ed Poor (talk · contribs)
  2. EdiOnjales (talk · contribs)
  3. Erik (talk · contribs)
  4. Ezekiel 7:19 (talk · contribs)
  5. Filmcom (talk · contribs)
  6. Invmog (talk · contribs)
  7. Itsmatt1255 (talk · contribs)
  8. Janibanani (talk · contribs)
  9. Jehorn (talk · contribs)
  10. JustinTime55 (talk · contribs)
  11. Ryanbstevens (talk · contribs)
  12. Steve03Mills (talk · contribs)
  13. TumblingT (talk · contribs)
  14. WAVY 10 Fan (talk · contribs)

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Tagging and assessmentEdit

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Any article related to this task force should be marked by adding Christian-task-force=yes to the {{Film}} project banner at the top of its talk page (see the project banner instructions for more details on the exact syntax). This will automatically place it into Category:Christian films task force articles.




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