Frequently Asked Questions

Where Can I See the Movie?

Visit CSLewisMovie.com to search your city for the most up-to-date listing of cinemas showing the film near you.

How Much Are Tickets?

Ticket prices fluctuate depending on where each movie theater is located. They range between $11-$18.

What If My Movie Theater Isn’t Listed?

The film will play in movie theaters nationwide and we hope there’s a screen in a city near you! In unique situations, the movie chains may add a screen if there is not one within driving distance and an audience can be guaranteed. Please inquire through the Launch Team form to learn more.

What If My Movie Theater Is Sold Out?

The movie chains have agreed to add cinemas and showtimes in cities all across the country to meet the demand. Keep checking CSLewisMovie.com for the most up-to-date information.

You can also email us: Hello@CSLewisMovie.com if you’re not able to get tickets to a showing in your city.

Is the Movie Appropriate for Children?

Similar to FPA’s stage productions, it is recommended for ages 13 and up. In cinemas, the movie will run approximately 90 minutes.

Why Only One Night?

As a new film producer, a one-night cinematic event in the U.S. on Nov. 3 is what the movie chains have provided. There may be “encores” and other opportunities to release the film in the future but currently, the only way to see The Most Reluctant Convert is in movie theaters on Nov 3!

When Will the Movie Be Available Outside of the United States?

It is very likely the film will release in theaters internationally. Be sure to Sign Up for the latest news and any film related announcements to come! CSLewisMovie.com will always have the latest information.

How Can I Bring the Movie to my Church or University?

There may be opportunities to bring the film in a different capacity at a future date but right now, the only way to see The Most Reluctant Convert is in movie theaters on Nov. 3! Be sure to Sign Up for the latest news and any film related announcements to come!

“This story has a remarkable ability to engage audiences regardless of their religious belief. Lewis applied his formidable and self-deprecating wit to engage audiences about his own trying and painful experiences.”

Max McLean, Founder and Artistic DirectorFellowship of Performing Arts