Church Movie License
As Christians, we want to make sure we are following all the correct procedures for starting a Church Movie Night, even if there are no fees being charged to watch the film.
Here is a link to a great article about planning a movie night.
Although the CVLI License covers a lot of movies, it doesn’t cover them all. Here is a list of all those we are aware of. If your movie or production/distribution company isn’t listed here, you can check this list for contact information. Production Companies – Distribution Companies.
If you know of any more we should add to this list, please Contact us and we will add them.
Christian Cinema also has quite a few Movie Event Licenses that you can purchase from their website.
Christian Church Movie Licenses
Bridgestone Multimedia Group – 800.774.3774 – Call for license information
Church Movie License – CVLI – 1-888-771-2854 – They do cover films by Lionsgate
Cinedigm – 424-281-5400 (Cinedigm has acquired Vivendi and Gaiam as well)
Cloud Ten Pictures – 1-888-684-5561
Echolight Cinemas – 855.897.8896
ii Films – The Current
Left Behind – See Cloud Ten Pictures
Let the Lion Roar
The Blu-ray and DVD discs are region free so will play worldwide.
The movie is subtitled in: English, Cantonese, Czech, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Ukranian.
Provident Films (800) 474-9224 – Includes ‘War Room’ and ‘Woodlawn’
PureFlix Movie Showing License (888) 528-7444
Sony Entertainment (855) 999-7669
Thief in the Night – Covered under CVLI – 1-888-771-2854
War Room & Woodlawn – Provident Films – (800) 474-9224
Word – Monumental rights can be found here
So, check out our Browse Films by Category page, choose a film, pick the appropriate church license needed, then grab some popcorn and enjoy!
TV/Cable Networks ~ Looking for Content
If you are looking for content for your TV/Cable Network, we recommend going to the Production List/Distribution List to contact the individual filmmakers/distributors for permission to show their films.
One person to contact is Dave Christiano at Christian Films. He works with a number of networks and stations for some of his Christian Content Programming, as well as Christian Programming he distributes. Contact Dave
If you have some great Christian Film Content for the CFDb blog, Contact us.