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Marketing The Messiah

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Marketing The Messiah
Film poster
Directed byCameron Reilly
Produced byTorsten Hoffman
Darren Vukasinovic
Spacecraft Publishing
Chris Twyford
Cameron Reilly
Written byCameron Reilly
StarringDr Geoffrey Dunn
Dr Michael Bird
Dr Mark Goodacre
Brent Landau
Dr Chris Forbes
Dr Shushma Malik
Dr Amy-Jill Levine
Prof David Runia
David Fitzgerald
Richard Carrier PhD
Robert M Price PhD
Raphael Lataster PhD
Music byJofre Horta Antoniou
CinematographyDarren Vukasinovic
Edited byMarcus Machen
Cameron Reilly
Release date
  • March 10, 2020 (2020-03-10)
Running time
103 minutes
Budget$100,000 AUD

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Marketing The Messiah is a 2020 Australian documentary film, directed by Cameron Reilly. It was partly funded by two Kickstarter campaigns.

The film examines the history of early Christianity and how it evolved out of first-century Judaism. The word "marketing" in the title refers to the way the mostly Gentile community of St Paul modified the Jewish concept of the messiah in order to market Jesus to a non-Jewish audience.

It features interviews with a range of New Testament and biblical scholars, including Dr Geoffrey Dunn, Dr Michael Bird, Dr Mark Goodacre, Brent Landau, Dr Chris Forbes, Dr Shushma Malik, Dr Amy-Jill Levine, Prof David Runia, David Fitzgerald, Richard Carrier PhD, Robert M Price PhD, and Raphael Lataster PhD.

The film premiered at sold-out screenings in Australian cinemas in 2020.[1]


  1. "Marketing The Messiah Cinema Nova Carlton". Fan Force, March 10, 2020.

External links[edit]

Category:2020 films Category:2020 documentary films Category:Australian films Category:Australian documentary films Category:Documentary films about Christianity

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