The Biola Media Conference is a haven for professionals and students who want to pave a new way forward for quality media-making from a Christian perspective — people who refuse to divorce their faith from their craft, and won’t settle for low-quality, didactic “Christian” media.
Stan Williams, author of The Moral Premise, interviewing Ryan Coogler, director of Marvel’s Black Panther, and Destin Daniel Cretton, writer and director of The Glass Castle for Lionsgate at a recent Biola Media Conference.
Christians are everywhere in Hollywood. It may not have always been this way, but today Christ-followers can be found working in every corner and capacity of the entertainment industry: as agents, actors, directors, producers, P.A.s, and even studio executives.
The Biola Media Conference, sponsored by Biola University’s Cinema and Media Arts department, is a Conference for Christians in Hollywood and around the world to gather and spur one another to become not just better at their craft, but the best. By hearing from top-notch speakers and workshop leaders about success and excellence in the industry, attendees are inspired to aim higher — to become the innovators and trailblazers of culture, rather than the copycats. Are you an ambitious, creative Christian who wants to make a difference in media and culture for the cause of Christ? The BMC is for you.