Bible movies featuring Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John translated to 1,137 dialects

Written by on March 4, 2022

Through an endeavor titled the Lumo Project, Bible Media Group and Faith Comes by Hearing have partnered to produce 1,137 language translations of four Bible movies — the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John — in unabridged biblical format.

The Lumo Project is described as “the chronological filming of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.” The films are produced by Big Book Media, its distributor, in partnership with Toy Gun Films.

The four movies were initially released in 2014 and translated only in four English translations: New International Version, the King James Version, and the English Standard Version.

Nearly a decade later, the four films, which use the unabridged, word-for-word text of Scripture for the dialogue and scripts, are available in more than 1,000 languages.

The president of Bible Media Group, Tessie DeVore, told The Christian Post in an interview that the concept for the Lumo Project started with an idea that the creator and producer of the film, Hannah Leader, had over a decade ago to “produce Scripture-based movies in an effort to bring the Scriptures to life.”

The Lumo Project effectively spreads the Gospel message in combination with other films and movies that have similar goals, she explained, citing the biblical series “The Chosen.”

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