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Top 35 Upcoming Christian Movies for 2016

Top 35 Upcoming Christian
Movies/Films for 2016

Top 35 Upcoming Christian Movies for 2016

These are the Top 35 Upcoming Christian Movies/Films
for 2016 in Theaters and on DVD/Blu-ray or on TV/Cable.

indexA majority of the films listed here,
are normally for sale on Christian Cinema.

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These will be in order of “Release Date” Films Released in 2015 in Theaters, but coming out on DVD in 2016, were not listed.

These are the films that we know of at the time of posting, as listed on Christian Film Database. We will update this page and add other films as we find out about them throughout the year, so keep checking back as it gets larger than 35.


1 – Just Let Go – January 5 – (DVD)



2 – Full of Grace: The Story of Mary of Nazareth – January 5 – (DVD) – CFDb Movie Review



3 – The Masked Saint – January 8 (Theaters)



4 – Prayer Never Fails – January 15 (Theaters)



5 – Caged: No More – January 22 (Theaters)



6 – The Pastor – January 25 (Theaters)



7 – The Ultimate Legacy – January 31 (TV/Cable) Hallmark



8- Masterless – February 2 – (DVD)



9 – Born To Win – February 2 – (DVD)



10 – Noah’s Ark – February 2 – (DVD)



11 – Vanished: Left Behind – Next Generation – February 5 – (Theaters)



12 – Providence – February 12 – (Theaters)



13 – Risen – February 19 – (Theaters)



14 – When Calls the Heart: Season 3 – February 21 – (TV/Cable)


14a – Mission Improbable – February 27 – (DVD) – CFDb Movie Review



15 – God’s Club – March 1 – (DVD)



16 – The Book of Genesis – March 1 – (DVD)



17 – Eternal Salvation – March 8 – (DVD)



18 – 40 Nights – March 8 – (DVD)



19 – The Young Messiah – March 11 – (Theaters)



20 – Beyond the Darkness – March 15 – (Theaters)



21 – Miracles From Heaven – March 18 – (Theaters)



22 – Saved by Grace – March 31 – (DVD)



23 – God’s Not Dead 2: He’s Surely Alive – April 1 – (Theaters)



24 – Concrete Hearts (TBA) – (DVD)



25 – The Reckoning – April 4 – (DVD)



26 – Ashes of Eden – April 5 – (DVD)



27 – Superbook: The Series – Starting April 5 – (DVD without Club Membership)


28 – 94 Feet – April 19 – (DVD)



29 – I’m Not Ashamed: The Rachel Joy Scott Story – April 20 – (Theaters)



30 – Same Kind of Different As Me – April 29 – (Theaters)


31 – Alison’s Choice – May – (Theaters)



32 – Ben-Hur – August 12 – (Theaters)



33 – Remember The Goal – August 26 – (Theaters)



34 – Aurora – September – (DVD)


35 – The Lamb to Life – October 12 – (Theaters) Cartoon



36 – Forbidden Doors – October 31 – (Theaters)

Added a New one already, Looking forward to seeing the number of upcoming films increase.

If you have some great Christian Film Content for the CFDb blog, contact us.


Annelie’s Christian Film World Blog

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  1. Natalie says
    17 July 16, 8:59pm

    I would like to watch these movie. Where can I view them from? Or rent?

  2. Linda says
    21 July 16, 4:31pm

    I appreciate the increased quality of Christian films that I have viewed over the last few years. Then there are those that not only exemplify quality but grab the heart. One of those that I am referring to is Miracles from Heaven. Excellent movie.
    For several years I’ve been nudged to have my story put into a movie. Although humbled and hesitant, I continue to hear the nudge and am now emotionally ready. My booked, His Ways are Higher, One Woman’s Journey of Self-Forgiveness Against Unbeatable Odds is my 45-year of healing following the accidental death of my 2 year old brother. I was the one driving the tractor. It could be summed up in … A 14 year old girl … a tractor accident … extraordinary answers. It was published in February, 2016 and became an Amazon #1 Bestseller in 12 hours. Since the film making process is fairly new to me, I wasn’t sure where to start. I am happy to send you a copy of my book for your consideration. Thank you again for what you do.

  3. Desiree says
    13 August 16, 3:15pm

    Hello Natalie,
    Each film has a link within it’s name with information on purchasing / renting etc.

    CFDb

  4. Desiree says
    27 August 16, 9:45pm

    Hello Linda, thank you for reaching out to CFDb. It sounds as though you have an amazing story of self forgiveness to share and I will certainly look into the book on Amazon!
    As for helping you bring this to film, CFDb is strictly a database of films already in existence as well as a place of known resources. We do have a place for people – writers included – to submit a profile that may be noticed by others within the film industry – this might be of interest to you.

    As well, there are a number of resources for you to look into including Tips on Scrip Writing and ways of presenting them, Production Companies, and other Film making Resources.

    I hope this has been a helpful start for you, and we wish you all the best on this journey. If you need any other assistance in finding the resources you need please don’t hesitate to ask or explore the links currently found at the bottom of our website. We will do our best to be of assistance in any way we can.

    God Bless
    -CFDb

  5. Danisile Chivaura says
    13 December 16, 9:30am

    Hi,
    I am working with some partners to launch a commercial Satellite Christian Television Station, supported by advertising. We are looking for good quality Christian content. How much does it cost to rent or buy Christian movies, series, documentaries, etc, for public broadcast on free-to-air Satellite TV?

  6. Desiree says
    14 December 16, 12:31pm

    CFDb cannot directly answer this. We only provide the “directory” of films & shows. Each one has outside links of where they can be purchased and or rented. For public broadcasts you will need to contact the film company of each one you are wanting to show. You can find more information on this here.

    -CFDb

  7. leon says
    19 January 17, 1:23am

    Hi – Late 2016, there was a trailer for a war movie with a christian theme. The story was “true” in to terms of a soldier who refused to carry a weapon in ww2, save a significant amount of injured soldiers and received the congressional medal of honour. Any idea of the title?

  8. 19 January 17, 12:52pm

    Hi Leon,

    I think you are referring to the recent Mel Gibson Film Hacksaw Ridge.
    The film is currently available on pre-order. The DVD is expected to be released February 1!
    CFDb

  9. Kate says
    29 March 17, 10:46am

    I wanted to respond to Linda’s question about having her book made into a movie. I’m currently working on short film with an indie production company. I am the screenwriter.

    My suggestion is find an agent that works with screenplays.

    But before that Linda should develop her package. She’ll need it to pitch to agent and or production companies.

    Package:
    She’ll need a synopsis (250 to 500 words) Keeping it closer to 250 is better.
    Logline. It’s the film in a nutshell. One sentence, two tops. It’s your elevator pitch. This is your hook. Make it snappy. Many agents and production companies read the logline and stop and don’t buy. Make it count.
    Project background. Why the story developed. Try to keep to 250 to 300 words. Key points. Don’t ramble.
    Treatment (3 pages don’t go over 4) Scene by Scene of the film. (Not everything you write in the book will make it to film, be selective. You have about 120 pages of script to tell the story.) Let the production company ask for more if they need more.

    If you decide to write the screenplay yourself, you’ll need to follow industry guidelines to a “T “, formatting everything. If you’re serious about the screenplay, I’d invest in Final Draft it’s a screen writing program. And take some classes on writing a screenplay. Don’t try to write your script in Word, you’ll look like an amateur the formatting is super hard to get right in Word.

    Screenwriting is NOT the same as Non fiction writing or novel writing. If this isn’t you’re skill set, you might want to leave it to a professional screenwriter and pitch only to agents with synopsis, & logline and project background.

    Your agent may not may not ask for you to have the following but it can’t hurt.

    Target Audience (250 words)
    Comparables (At least three films that are similar but not exact to yours.)

    Each agent and or production company Treatment Packages requirements might very slightly. Some of the info the producers might do themselves, if you working with a smaller production company you might have to write it up yourself. The Treatment Package is what the Production Company uses to pitch the movie to investors. I’d research agents see what they require to submit and follow their guidelines. It’s a very, very, long road. Good luck! 🙂

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