Wielding the Sword of the Spirit with Holly McClure

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I'll be chatting with television personality Holly McClure from Holly on Hollywood. We'll be chatting about her career and her perspective on the future of Christian movies and TV.  Here is her biography: 

Holly McClure is a multimedia personality with over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry. Her background as a producer, creative director, film reviewer, filmographer, writer and media consultant, has made Holly a recognized name in the entertainment and faith-based community.  Currently Holly is a Producer for the Word Network. Her Holly on Hollywood movie reviews and entertainment content, can be seen on numerous Parables.tv syndicated networks including; Daystar, GOD TV, NRB, and others. She served as Executive Creative Producer for Parables.TV, Executive Creative Producer for Helpline (CBS) and Producer and Creative Director for Rise To Success with Dani Johnson.

Her zeal and creative passion for the film industry led her to produce and direct 'behind-the-scenes' for films like; The Passion of the Christ, The Passion Behind The Passion, The Frontier Boys, House, One Night With the King, Thr3e, Midnight Clear, The Visitation and Hangman’s Curse.

In 2002, Executive Producer and Director, Mel Gibson, invited Holly to film the "behind-the-scenes" for his film, The Passion Of The Christ. Gibson consulted Holly on the script and early stages of media and marketing strategy. In January, 2003, Holly's exclusive article about The Passion, was featured on the front page of The New York Daily News. She went on to produce a one-hour special, The Making Of The Passion Of The Christ (PAX and TBN) and a faith-based documentary, The Passion Behind “The Passion”. For over a decade Holly made regular appearances on networks like; FOX, CNN, MSNBC, and others. She was considered a 'regular' on Politically Incorrect, and appeared on various television programs.

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