The Christian Film Review – Film of the Year 2016 Award Winners

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Thank you to all  the fans who voted for their favourite Christian film of 2016. 2016 has been a fantastic year for Christian films and this year we have had an overwhelming amount of fans voting for their favourite films, and it has been very close between the winners. So without further ado, congratulations to the following winners:

GOLD Film of the Year 2016: Believe

Believe is a wonderful, heart warming and inspirational film, one of the most exciting and best Christmas films to date that will have you laughing and on the edge of your seat with a message of faith and social change, it may prompt you to look at Christmas a little differently this year. Click here to read our full review of Believe

SILVER Film of the Year 2016: God’s Not Dead 2

With exceptional performances from Melissa Joan Hart and Jesse Metcalfe and appearances from Lee Strobel and J. Warner Wallace bringing a real authority to the film, God’s Not Dead 2 is a well produced extremely relevant, exciting, dramatic and powerful must see film exploring the proof that Jesus existed as well as standing bold for our faith. Click Here to Read our review of God’s Not Dead 2.

BRONZE Film of the Year 2016: Wish For Christmas

Wish For Christmas is enjoyable and inspiring with the storyline twist adding to this engaging Christmas film. This is a wonderful Christmas movie for the whole family that will have you laughing while encouraging us to share and focus on the true meaning of Christmas instead of ourselves. Wish for Christmas is a must see film. Click here to read our full review of Wish For Christmas

There were so many fantastic films in 2016, it was hard to pick a favourite film, which is why in the voting it was a very close race, but we would like to thank and celebrate every Christian film maker that released a film in 2016, well done and thank you for your hard work and dedication.

Richard Smith is the founder of The Christian Film Review. His passion is to generate a buzz about Christian film and get people informed and excited about Christian films, showcasing the alternatives that in this day in age are a light in the darkness of what society is promoting.

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