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The $100,000 Epiphany Prizes for Inspiring Movies & TV are not just for popular entertaining movies and television programs. Rather, they are for those popular, entertaining movies and television programs which are wholesome, uplifting, inspirational, redemptive, and moral.

 

Presented annually at the MOVIEGUIDE® Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry, The Epiphany Prizes were conceived by Sir John Templeton and Dr. Ted Baehr, founder and publisher of MOVIEGUIDE®: A Family Guide to Movies and entertainment, to encourage filmmakers and television producers to create movies and television shows that help increase man’s understanding and love of God.

 

Since 1996, through the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation, the Epiphany Prizes have been awarded annually to the key men and women, including the top studio executives, who are responsible for the best wholesome, uplifting and inspiring movies and television programs. Each year we are continually seeking out the best of movies and television programs for these prestigious awards.

 

21st Annual MOVIEGUIDE® Awards

The 21st Annual MOVIEGUIDE® Awards and Report to the Entertainment Industry took place Friday, February 15th, 2013 at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Universal City, CA.

This invitation-only event will be broadcast at a later date on the Hallmark Movie Channel and will feature this year’s Epiphany Prize nominees ending in the presentation of this year’s winners.

For more information on the MOVIEGUIDE® Awards, please visit the link below.

VISIT THE MOVIEGUIDE® AWARDS SITE

2013 WINNERS

Les Miserables

The 2013 Epiphany Prizes were presented by Dr. Ted Baehr, Dr. Jack Templeton with hosts Joe and Gia Mantegna at the 21st Annual MOVIEGUIDE® Awards on Feb. 15th in Universal City, CA.

LES MISÉRABLES (Universal Pictures/Comcast) brought home the Epiphany Prize for Movies.

THE AMERICAN BIBLE CHALLENGE (GSN Two) took home the Epiphany Prize for Television

 

American Bible Challenege

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