It’s a Miracle! – Peter – fisherman, apostle, “The Rock” – shares his memories of Jesus. He talks about their friendship and describes the different kinds of miracle he saw Jesus perform. Animation by Ceiren Bell
This film was a finalist in the “Short Form Video” category of the Jerusalem Awards 2013.
The Formation of the Khalsa
What would you die for? A report from the Punjab in India where the Sikh leader, Guru Gobind Singh, is asking people to stand up for their faith with an unusual question: “Who will give their head to my sword?” Animation by Ceiren Bell
Can God Save The Planet?
Charlotte Dingle, a young Green activist, goes to Windsor Castle to ask religious leaders gathering there what they are doing about climate change, and why faith is important in the struggle to save our planet.
The Bomber Killed My Friend
Lateefa shares her story of a friend who was killed by terrorists in the 7/7 London bombings. She explains how it made her feel, how she has felt since and attempts to understand the terrorists’ motives behind the attacks.
Great British Ramadan
Young women and men talk about the practicalities of taking part in Ramadan in the UK.
Alternative Spirituality And Peace
Psychic Nina Ashby explains her respect for faith, her opposition to religious doctrines, her view of her talents and how she uses them.
A World Without Abortion
Diane Munday, a passionate pro-choice activist, talks through the history of abortion and women’s rights, and why she feels so strongly that abortion must be legal.
My Decision: The Priest’s View
Laura investigates what rights women have when it comes to abortion, and tries to work out how she feels. Here she talks to a priest about his opinion.
Culture and Abortion
Different cultures and religions have very different attitudes towards abortion. This film examines some of the various ideas held on this controversial subject by people from different backgrounds.
Pro-life Vs Pro-choice
Jessica Melly, who believes that abortion should be illegal, pitches her perspective against some members of the public, showing that there are two sides to the story and asking viewers to decide how they feel about this issue.