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Introduction to Gospel Films Archive

The rare and neglected religious films previewed in the GFA Trailer above are powerful examples of our Christian film heritage. Many of these historic films were crafted by talented Hollywood filmmakers expressly for Christian organizations. Other films with strong spiritual themes were produced by traditional studios for mainstream theatrical and television audiences. These vintage films reflect Biblical history and Christian ideology, while addressing topics that remain relevant to contemporary audiences. Fans of classic movies and Bible history will find them especially appealing. The films remain engaging and inspiring, and richly deserve to be rescued, restored and widely reissued.

Restoring and reissuing the complete film library of Cathedral Films is GFA's current major project. Use the buttons in the right column to learn about the many aspects of this fascinating pioneer in Christian filmmaking.

Here are the first five Gospel Films Archive DVD Collections available worldwide from our good friends at Vision Video. They are also available from Christian Cinema, Christian Film Database (CFDb) and other participating retailers. More information about each collection is at DVD Collections.

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Plus the Christmas Collection and Easter Collection.

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Many 16mm film prints in the Gospel Films Archive require some level of restoration prior to worldwide distribution. Here are scenes from 10 rare and historically relevant gospel films that GFA has recently restored for future release.