The Dating Project is a film that follows five single people ages 18-40 as they navigate beyond the hookup culture to traditional dating. Intermingled with their stories is input from Kerry Cronin, a professor at Boston College. She noticed that students weren’t dating, so she began encouraging them to go on dates. The response was totally unexpected. 

When I first got an email about The Dating Project, I dismissed it. I’m married. My daughter is married. I just haven’t given a lot of thought to dating recently. But then I watched a short excerpt from the documentary, and wow! It’s fascinating. It’s also depressing. I honestly had no idea. I feel very out of touch.

The Dating Project is coming to theaters April 17. If you’re a parent of teens or single adults, if you’re a teacher or church worker, whoever you are, you can learn something from The Dating Project. This will be an eye opening experience that will give you a better understanding of the social situation faced by singles today.

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Written by Sharon Wilharm

I'm a female filmmaker, blogger, and speaker with over a decade of industry experience. I'm passionate about visual storytelling. I know firsthand that you don't have to spend a fortune to make a good movie, and you can tell a powerful story without ever saying a word. My desire with Faith Flix is to educate, inspire, and encourage my fellow filmmakers. I know that Christian filmmakers can make better movies, but it takes education and hard work. I'll help with the education and leave you to do the hard work.

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