We are pleased to announce the streaming release for Stained Glass Rainbows!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Paladin Pictures announces the release of “Stained Glass Rainbows” a Kent C. Williamson film.
Charlottesville, Virginia – February 1st, 2016 – Now available for streaming on Dish, Google Play, Vudu, Shaw, Amazon Prime, and Vimeo On-Demand. Also available to own on DVD.
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At long last here is the new trailer for Stained Glass Rainbows. Please help us spread the word about this important film and please share your thoughts below.… Read the rest
Kent C. Williamson was on Conversations With Wendy with Radio Host Wendy Edwards for a discussion about the film Stained Glass Rainbows. Listen to the interview and get a coupon code to save $10 on the DVD.… Read the rest
Of late we’ve been working on creating the Stained Glass Rainbows study guide and editing video sequences for the church resource material. The study guide will help small groups, churches, and individuals get a better understanding of the topic of the film. It will consist of 5 sessions of thought-provoking commentary, challenging questions, clips from the film, and an hour … Read the rest
What are the reviewers saying about Stained Glass Rainbows?
“Stained Glass Rainbows is exceptional…”
“a must watch movie which will likely do more to engage conversation than raise tempers and create argument than any film on this subject ever done.”
“Stained Glass Rainbows has one perspective it is consistent with throughout the film, that is, all people, are loved by
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Stained Glass Rainbows now has it’s official page on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
Check it out and if you’ve seen the film, please take a moment to rate it… If you loved it, give it 10 stars… if you hated it, go ahead and give it 10 stars anyway! See how that works! 😉 😉
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Steve Noble of Called2Action Radio recently interviewed Kent C. Williamson about Stained Glass Rainbows. Take a listen…… Read the rest
Stained Glass Rainbows was recently reviewed by Amos Lassen, a gay man who is pretty conflicted about the film. By conflicted I mean that in the review he calls the film “bogus” (actually he uses the word in his subtitle three times “bogus, bogus, bogus”) but then in his opening paragraph he says the film is “new, fresh, and exciting … Read the rest