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Movieguide Announces Nominees for Faith & Values Awards Gala

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Movieguide announced its full list of nominees for its annual Faith & Values Awards Gala, which will be presented Feb. 2 at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

The annual Faith & Values Awards Gala honors the best, most family-friendly movies and television programs honoring God and inspiring audiences with messages of biblical faith, hope, goodness, justice, redemption, forgiveness, and true divine love, according to a statement from Movieguide.

Ted Baehr, chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission, also will present highlights from Movieguide's annual Report to the Entertainment Industry, a comprehensive financial analysis of the entertainment business showing that audiences generally prefer movies and television programs with positive, biblical faith and values, Movieguide said.

The nominees for best movies for families were announced earlier, including: "The Boss Baby," (DreamWorks/20th Century Fox); "Cars 3," (Pixar/Walt Disney Studios); "The Case for Christ," (PureFlix Films); "Despicable Me 3," (Illumination/Universal Studios); "The Emoji Movie," (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures); "Ferdinand," (Blue Sky/20th Century Fox); "The LEGO Batman Movie," (Warner Bros. Pictures); "The Man Who Invented Christmas," (Bleecker Street Media); "Smurfs: The Lost Village," (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures), "The Star," (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures).

Other nominations include:

Best 2017 Movies for Mature Audiences: "All Saints," (Sony Affirm/Sony Pictures); "Bitter Harvest," (Roadhouse Attractions); "Darkest Hour," (Focus Features/Comcast); "Dunkirk," (2017) (Warner Bros. Pictures/Time Warner); "Justice League," (Warner Bros. Pictures/Time Warner); "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," (Walt Disney Studios); "The Promise," (2017) (Open Road Films); "Thor: Ragnarok" (Marvel/Walt Disney Studios); "Wonder," (Lionsgate Films); "Wonder Woman," (Warner Bros. Pictures/Time Warner).

Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Movie: "All Saints," "Bitter Harvest," "The Boss Baby," "The Case for Christ," "Let There Be Light," "The Promise" (2017), "The Star."

Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring TV Program: "Blue Bloods: Cutting Losses," "The Crown: Veregangenheit," "Last Man Standing: Take Me to Church," "Little Big Shots: Tiny Dancer," "The Long Road Home: Black Sunday, Part 2," "Victoria: An Ordinary Woman and The Queen’s Husband."

Faith & Freedom Award for Movies: "Bitter Harvest," "The Boss Baby," "Darkest Hour," "Dunkirk (2017)," "The LEGO Batman Movie," "The Promise," "Wonder."

Faith & Freedom Award for TV: "Blue Bloods: Cutting Losses," "The Crown: Veregangenheit," "Five Came Back: Black Sunday, Part 2," "The Long Road Home," "The Middle: The 200th," "Victoria: An Ordinary Woman and The Queen’s Husband."

Grace Award Nominees for Movies: "Erika Christensen for "The Case for Christ," John Corbett for "All Saints," Oscar Isaac for "The Promise" (2017), Kevin Sorbo for "Let There Be Light," Sam Sorbo for "Let There Be Light," Terrence Stamp for "Bitter Harvest," Dan Stevens for "The Man Who Invented Christmas," "Mike Vogel for "The Case for Christ."

Christie Peters Grace Award Nominees for TV: Tim Allen for "Last Man Standing: Take Me to Church," Len Cariou for "Blue Bloods: Cutting Losses," Jenna Coleman for "Victoria: An Ordinary Woman and The Queen's Husband," Bill Engvall for "Last Man Standing: Take Me to Church," Claire Foy for "The Crown: Veregangenheit," Steve Harvey for "Little Big Shots: Tiny Dancer," Tom Hughes for "Victoria: An Ordinary Woman and The Queen's Husband," Michael Kelly for "The Long Road Home: Black Sunday, Part 2," Tom Selleck for "Blue Bloods: Cutting Losses," Paul Sparks for "The Crown: Veregangenheit."

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