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Film & faith (and whatever else) collide in engaging, lively discussions. ZekeFilm.org seeks to cultivate community through sharing our love of cinema.

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An interview with the director of the award winnning documentary BIBLE QUIZ. Visit Nicole's web site at http://nicoleteeny.com/about/

Jim Tudor of ZekeFilm.org presents another collection of his recent appearances on The Martin Kilcoyne Show. This time, we'll hear reviews of the SeaWorld documentary BLACKFISH, 2 GUNS, THE WOLVERINE, and then going back to... more

A round-up of recent radio segments from The Martin Kilcoyne Show on KTRS 550 AM in St. Louis, MO featuring ZekeFilm's Jim Tudor, talking about new film releases. This batch spotlights the films RED 2, Guillermo del Toro's PACIFIC... more

Discussions of MAN OF STEEL, THE INTERNSHIP, and a shocking take on AFTER EARTH! Since early May, ZekeFilm co-founder Jim Tudor has been contributing a weekly movie segment to The Martin Kilcoyne Show, heard on... more

Actress Lindsey Henry joins ZekeFilm co-founder Jim Tudor to review Joss Whedon's (Marvel's The Avengers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) new adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy favorite, "Much Ado About Nothing".

For this ZekeCast, we're gonna talk all about Iron Man Three: but beware--no spoiler is sacred! This is a spoiler-filled discussion through and through--we'll especially be talking about the film's villains, so if you don't want to know, don't... more

Andrew Barber of Relevant Magazine joins Jim Tudor to discuss the recent hit movies OBLIVION (starring Tom Cruise) and PAIN & GAIN (starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson).

Dave Henry and Jim Tudor anticipate this summer's biggest blockbusters, including MAN OF STEEL, IRON MAN 3, STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, and more! Check in at ZekeFilm.org regularly for in-depth feature stories and film... more

On April 6, Erich von Stroheim's rarely screened masterpiece Greed was shown in St. Louis, with an amazing new score performed live by The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra. Legendary film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum was... more

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