Unspoken is a collection of poetry and spoken word celebrating passion, hope and vision. The energy and precision inspires as the messages engage.
Speakin' Up explores the life stories and growth processes of Christian students in the academy.
Human Tapestry is a collection of 15 stories, featuring student stories, personal narratives and spoken word poetry.
Released in 2009, Dawn in the Darkness challenges viewers to begin constructing a Biblical paradigm where racial reconciliation and social justice are central.
Standing in the Gap: Student Voices in Reconciliation sheds light on the crucial role students play in the process of justice, advocacy and reconciliation.
In Search of Shalom: White People in Reconciliation, the first MEFP film, stimulates thought and dialogue about White people in America facing the challenges of racial reconciliation.
Multi-Ethnic Film Productions began as an earnest desire by Multi-Ethnic Programs & Development Director Glen Kinoshita to document the student experience. Glen’s films have grown into a visionary endeavor to stimulate thought, dialogue and change within Christian higher education. Through these films and the production of many more, Multi-Ethnic Film Productions hopes to offer education, understanding, and ultimately change within students, faculty and staff in Christian Higher Education, to embrace reconciliation as an integral part of God’s Kingdom.
All Multi-Ethnic Film Production films are produced by Glen Kinoshita through the Multi-Ethnic Programs & Development department at Biola University. Read more here…
DVD Pricing structure:
$20 each- for individual/private use (not for public exhibition).
$50 each- for church/nonprofit organizations (public exhibition okay).
$125 each- for institutions of higher education (public exhibition okay).
$15 FedEx Ground shipping for first film; add $5 for each additional film.
California residents, please add 8.75% sales tax.