On this episode of Creatively Christian, hosted by Brannon Hollingsworth, filmmaker and pastor David Dietrich talks about how he improved his craft over time, why we shouldn’t bash on Christian movies, and how to rethink the difference between the sacred and secular!
David Dietrich attended the esteemed University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. After his first feature film About Hope came out, he went on to start the Christian Media production company Creator Films. Additionally, David was a founding pastor of Covenant Grace Church in Menifee California, has worked in acquisitions for Inspiration TV, loves helping others pursue God through their art, and hates it when other artists complain about the quality of Christian Film.
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Today’s episode is hosted by Brannon Hollingsworth the Chief Creative Officer of Brainy Pixel, who was born to create. An author, speaker, poet, publisher, game designer, content creator, scriptwriter, art director, and unapologetic Christ-follower, Brannon is a passionate creator and teacher of youth who promotes family-oriented ministries. Follow Brainy Pixel on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.
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