Nominees Announced for 28th Annual Movieguide Awards

Movieguide AwardsMovieguide has announced its nominees for the 28th Annual Movieguide Awards and Report to the Entertainment Industry.

“Each of these movies represents how family, faith, and values continue to excel at the box office,” said Robby Baehr, President of Movieguide and Producer of the Awards Gala, in a press release. “We are so excited about the messages these movies share and how they inspire us to live in a way that blesses others.”

The Awards Gala will be held on Friday, January 24, at the historic Avalon Theater in the heart of Los Angeles and broadcast at a later date on the Hallmark Channel.

The event will honor the Best 2019 Movies for Families, Best 2019 Movies for Mature Audiences, the Epiphany Prizes® for both the Most Inspiring Movie and the Most Inspiring Television Program, The Faith & Freedom Awards® for both Movies and Television, and the Grace Prizes® for both the Most Inspiring Performance in Movies and for Most Inspiring Performance in Television. In addition, Movieguide Founder and Publisher Dr. Ted Baehr will present a $25,000 prize to the Best 2019 Family Movie.

“These movies are not only family-friendly, entertaining and well crafted,” Dr. Baehr said. “They also have strong stories which reveal the good, the true and the beautiful. That’s what the Movieguide® Awards are all about.”

Dr. Baehr will present highlights of Movieguide’s 2020 Report to the Entertainment Industry, which analyzes all movies from the major and independent studios in regard to their box office performance and the movie’s content across thousands of data points. This annual report is a barometer of what kinds of stories and messages deliver the best box office returns.

Here is the list of nominees for the 28th Annual Movieguide Awards, in alphabetical order:

Best Movies for Families

Apollo 11

Breakthrough (2019)

Dumbo (2019)

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

The Least of These: The Graham Staines Story

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

The Lion King (2019)

Overcomer

The Pilgrim’s Progress

Toy Story 4

Best Movie for Mature Audiences

1917

Ad Astra

Avengers Endgame

A Beautiful Day in The Neighborhood

Ford v Ferrari

Harriet

A Hidden Life

Little Women (2019)

Spider-Man: Far from Home

Unplanned

Epiphany Prize® for Inspiring Movies

A Beautiful Day in The Neighborhood

Breakthrough (2019)

Harriet

A Hidden Life

Overcomer

Epiphany Prize® for Inspiring Television Program

The Chosen: Episode 8 - "I Am He"

A Christmas Love Story

Christmas Town

Christmas Wishes & Mistletoe Kisses

The Crown: "Moondust"

Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings: “These Old Bones”

Jesus: His Life: "Joseph: The Nativity"

Last Man Standing: "The Passion Of Paul"

When Calls the Heart: "Home for Christmas"

Faith & Freedom Award® for Movies

1917

Harriet

A Hidden Life

The Least of These: The Graham Staines Story

Unplanned

Faith & Freedom Award® for Television

Country Music: Episode 8 - "Don’t Get Above Your Raisin’"

The Crown: "Moondust"

Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings: “These Old Bones”

Heartland: "Dare to Dream"

Togo

When Calls the Heart: "Home for Christmas"

The Genesis Award for Best Movie or Television Celebrating the Divine Blessings That God’s Animal Kingdom Provides to Humankind

Heartland: "Dare to Dream"

Lady and The Tramp (2019)

A Puppy Christmas

Togo

Grace Prize® Movies

A Beautiful Day in The Neighborhood

– Tom Hanks

Breakthrough (2019)

– Chrissy Metz

Harriet

– Cynthia Erivo

Overcomer

– Aryn Wright-Thompson

– Alex Kendrick

– Cameron Arnett

Unplanned

– Ashley Bratcher

Grace Prize® Television

Christmas Wishes & Mistletoe Kisses

– Jill Wagner

Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings: “These Old Bones”

– Kathleen Turner

Christmas Town

– Candace Cameron Bure

The Crown: "Moondust"

– Tobias Menzies

The Chosen: Episode 8 - "I Am He"

– Jonathan Roumie

By NRB Staff

Published: January 23, 2020

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