$100,000 Epiphany Prize
The Epiphany Prize for Inspiring Movies & TV, supported through a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, is awarded to popular, entertaining movies and television programs that are wholesome, spiritually uplifting, inspirational, redemptive and moral. The two $100,000 Epiphany Prizes for Inspiring Movies & TV are awarded annually to the key men and women, including top studio executives, who are responsible for the best wholesome, uplifting and inspiring movies and television programs.
Faith & Freedom Awards for Movies and Television
The Faith & Freedom Awards for Promoting Positive American Values are awarded for entertainment value, for craftsmanship, and for creating programming that is uplifting, moral, insightful, compassionate, and that shows America and its people in a positive light. The Faith and Freedom Awards are given to the one movie and/or one TV program that do the most to improve cultural understanding between Americans and people of other countries by showing a positive or more balanced view of America and Americans, including presenting the best of American values such as liberty, religious freedom, freedom of speech, the right to vote, property rights, proper compassion for others, protection of the innocent, the right to due process, the right to life and to pursue happiness, the rule of the law, democracy, capitalism, personal responsibility, the right to bear firearms, and a believe in limited and responsible government, equal justice under the law, and government by the consent of the governed.
Grace Award for Movies and Television
Awarded annually to an actor or actress in a motion picture or television program who exemplifies God’s grace and mercy toward us as human beings through their outstanding performances.
$50,000 Kairos Prizes for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays by First-Time and Beginning Screenwriters S
upported by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation and Established by Movieguide® in 2005, the primary purpose of the prize is to further the influence of moral and spiritual values within the film and television industries. Seeking to promote a spiritually uplifting, redemptive worldview, the Kairos Prize was founded to inspire first-time and beginning screenwriters to produce compelling, entertaining, spiritually uplifting scripts that result in a greater increase in either man’s love or understanding of God.
$50,000 Chronos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays by Experienced Screenwriters
Supported by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the Chronos Prize for Inspiring Screenplays by Established Filmmakers seeks to promote positive change in the motion picture industries. The primary purpose of the prize is to further the influence of moral and spiritual values within the entertainment industry as a whole. Designed to reward successful established filmmakers who endeavor to create stories that are compelling, entertaining, inspiring, spiritually uplifting, and increase man’s love or understanding of God.