PALADIN MEDIA GROUP’S CONTROVERSIAL DOCUMENTARY “REBELLION OF THOUGHT” TO SCREEN AT AREA CHURCH

PALADIN MEDIA GROUP’S CONTROVERSIAL DOCUMENTARY “REBELLION OF THOUGHT” TO SCREEN AT AREA CHURCH

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – November 27th, 2006 - Paladin Media Group and the Brothers Williamson will screen their controversial documentary Rebellion of Thought at the Hinton Avenue United Methodist Church, Sunday December 3rd at 7pm. This free event will be open to the public and will be followed by a discussion with the film’s director, Kent C. Williamson.

The film premiered last month to a sold out crowd at the 19th annual Virginia Film Festival. In attendance was Hinton Avenue pastor Edward Hopkins, who, as a result of seeing the film, extended an invitation to the Brothers Williamson to bring the film to his church. Hopkins has since preached on the film’s topic and although he doesn’t agree with everything presented in the film he believes the conversation is so important he wants people to see it and to join in the dialogue.

Rebellion of Thought takes a critical look at the role of faith in a post-modern world. The making of this film became a journey for the Brothers Williamson as they attempted to answer questions not only about the potentially conflicting worldviews of faith and post-modernism, but also about their own personal beliefs. Kent C. Williamson describes the documentary as a “total assault on the heart, mind, and soul of the viewer.”

Rebellion of Thought features interviews with such notable thinkers as Gene Edward Veith (World Magazine), D.A. Carson (The Gagging of God), Ken Myers (Mars Hill Audio), and many others. For more information about the film or to view the film’s trailer, please visit www.RebellionOfThought.com.

For more information, please email or call 434.817.2700. Paladin Pictures is dedicated to the production, distribution, and promotion of redemptive entertainment and educational media. Paladin Pictures strives to follow the example of the Paladin Order of Knighthood which, under the rule of Charlemagne, was charged with the task of preserving the values and virtues of the society and culture.