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The Chat Feature: Give Us Your Ideas

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As many of you may have noticed, we have re-installed the chat module here and had a successful conversation during the Oscar ceremonies.

So the question naturally occurs: what else might we use the chat feature for?

What would you find compelling, exciting, meaningful?

One obvious idea would be to invite a respected artist -- film director, poet, painter, etc. -- to do a scheduled chat, allowing us to ask questions, comment on his/her work, etc. for an hour or so.

Other ideas? We want your feedback.

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Perhaps have a movie viewing and corresponding discussion. For those who have Netflix, we could set up a time to watch a film that they have available for online viewing, and discuss it as it's being watched.


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Perhaps have a movie viewing and corresponding discussion. For those who have Netflix, we could set up a time to watch a film that they have available for online viewing, and discuss it as it's being watched.

Great idea! Along the same lines... Group viewings/discussions of our top 100.


"It's a dangerous business going out your front door." -- J.R.R. Tolkien
"I want to believe in art-induced epiphanies." -- Josie
"I would never be dismissive of pop entertainment; it's much too serious a matter for that." -- NBooth

"If apologetics could prove God, I would lose all faith in Him." -- Josie

"What if--just what if--the very act of storytelling is itself redemptive? What if gathering up the scraps and fragments of a disordered life and binding them between the pages of a book in all of their fragmentary disorder is itself a gambit against that disorder?" -- NBooth

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Interactive interviews with interesting people.


"...the vivid crossing of borders between film and theology may save the film from the banality of cinema and festival business, and it may also save the church from the deep sleep of the habitual and the always known."

(Hans Werner Dannowski)

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