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THIMBLERIG’S ARK is a middle grade novel inspired by the writings of Richard Adams, C.S. Lewis, the book of Genesis, and an Irish pub song about why the unicorn missed out on Noah’s Ark. The novel is complete at 65,000 words.
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Thimblerig’s Picks, Oscars 2017
Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali, Moonlight √ Cinematography Arrival La La Land Documentary Feature Life Animated O.J.: Made In America Best Documentary …Continue reading →
The Winners of the 25th Annual MovieGuide® Awards
Each year for the past 25 years, MovieGuide® has held an awards show where they award films and television shows …Continue reading →
Thimblerig’s Ark is Free, Feb 3 & 4!
In honor of yesterday’s most important holiday Groundhog’s Day (why isn’t it a day off, Mr. Trump? That should have …Continue reading →
The Resurrection of Gavin Stone • Thimblerig’s Review
[Note from Nate: Usually, I write the reviews for this blog. But, living in China, I’m restricted to films that have …Continue reading →
The 2017 Oscar Nominees
The 2017 Oscar Nominees are in! What do you think about these nominations? Any big surprises? Any disappointing shutouts? Will …Continue reading →
The 2016 MOVIEGUIDE® Awards Nominations
With some sort of activity happening tomorrow in the far right side of the country, you may have missed a little …Continue reading →
American Cultural Christianity Roundup • the film edition • January 11, 2017
There have been several notable stories in the world of Christian-made film these past few days, and I wanted to …Continue reading →
Are Christian Filmmakers Being Tapped To Direct Future Star Wars Stand-Alone Films?
A long time ago in galaxy close, close by… The church had abandoned Hollywood. Then, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST …Continue reading →
Sleep Isn’t Coming Easily This Christmas Eve
It starts with Mohammed, the Somali refugee who drives for Uber to make ends meet. Mohammed, a father of four, …Continue reading →
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