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Media Talk 101: Media choices in the light of following Christ

Media Talk 101 is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching media discernment in the light of following Christ founded by Phillip Tefler.  “The focus for most of this time has been on reaching out to media consumers  but since the production of our award winning documentary “Captivated: Finding Freedom in a Media Captive Culture” (2012)  we have had more opportunity to reach out to media producers.  This year we  wanted to be more intentional with  outreach to content creators and the idea of holding a film festival and filmmaking workshops seemed to be an ideal direction. Phillip Telfer

For more information about Media Talk 101, go to their website.

More about the Christian Worldview Film  Festival

The Christian Worldview Film Festival was started in 2014 by the non-profit ministry Media Talk 101 to encourage Christian Filmmakers in their Biblical worldview and the craft of filmmaking. The inaugural five day event featured 33 speakers who gave over 50 unique workshops on Christian filmmaking and presented 80 Christian films which played on six different screens. The week ended with an awards ceremony with 13 different awards and a total of $6500 in prizes. The Film Festival had 700 registered attendees for our first year and over 1000 for both our second and third years. The fourth annual Festival will be held from March 13-18, 2017 at the Norris Conference Center in San Antonio, TX.

Phillip Telfer is the founder and director of Media Talk 101 which he began in 2005. He is author of the book “What Wouldn’t Jesus Do? Media choices in the light of following Christ” and has ministered to youth and families over the last 20 years, sharing at camps, retreats, conferences, Christian schools and church services around the country. He has been a teacher for the annual “Lamplighters Guild” and a guest teacher at MasterWorks Festival. He has written and produced an award winning documentary called Captivated which addresses the impact of media in our culture and the growing need for discernment.

 

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