Movies are an important text these days for our theologising about our world. Resources to help us do that are essential.
Recommended by Richard Rohr, the website says...
"Movies and Meaning is a weekly newsletter personally compiled by critic and film lover Gareth Higgins, author of How Movies Helped Save My Soul and Cinematic States. Gareth recommends three films each week, aiming to open up audiences to the richest, most inspiring and artful films out there.
If you love cinema, but don't want to read the trade papers; if you adore films, but want to cut through the multiplex masses to find cinematic wonders both off and on the beaten path, we think Movies and Meaning will point you in the right direction. We even believe it will save you money, as you will avoid movies that would otherwise feel like a waste of time. Read a sample issue here."
Of worth all on its own is the article "Manifesto for a different kind of watching". It's a wonderful read and gets me right where I live!