Filling a Void in Christian Cinema

November 6, 2013

The founders of United Christian Films ("UCF") are on a quest to change the landscape of Christian films by making movies that target Hollywood's largest demographic.

"There are a lot of good Christian movies out there, but at the end of the day they typically don't appeal to today's youth," says Dennis Ward, VP of Creative Services. "We've had so many kids tell us that today's Christian movies don't speak to the issues they are facing or even entertain them. Our mission is to change that."

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