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It took a bit of sleuthing, but the results of the 24th Annual Movieguide Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry are in!
So, without further ado, and without any further understanding or clarity about who makes the decision of who wins these awards, I give you:
The Winners of the 24th Annual Movieguide Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry (and the link to where I found out that they’d won):
The Most Inspiring Performance for Television:
The Most Inspiring Performance for Movies:
The Best Movie for Mature Audiences:
The Best Movie for Families:
The Bradley Foundation Faith & Freedom Award:
And the two biggest prizes of the evening…
Where you get a nice plaque and $100,000 for winning…
The $100,000 Epiphany Prize to the Most Inspiring TV Program of 2015:
The $100,000 Epiphany Prize to the Most Inspiring Movie of 2015:
Fun fact, this makes the third movie for the Kendricks to win the big prize at Movieguide, out of their five movies. I’d say they are officially the team to beat when it comes to the Movieguide Awards.
To see the festivities in all of their glory, you can watch on Feb. 22 and again two days later on the Reelz Channel.
By the way, does anyone know how one could get their hands on this report that Movieguide releases? Also, if anyone at Movieguide would be gracious enough to explain to me the process of how the winners are selected, I would love to write an article about it.