NEW FILM ON RELIGIOUS JOURNEYS OF AMERICAN MILLENNIALS FROM DIVERSE FAITH BACGROUNDS

RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN AMERICA
MILLENNIAL EXPERIENCE • INTERFAITH

Seventeen years after six diverse American teenagers shared their spiritual struggles and aspirations in a 2002 documentary, they return as adults in WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE NOW? to reveal how their beliefs have changed. Against a backdrop of growing religious polarization and disengagement, these now 33 year old subjects, including a Catholic, Pagan, Jew, Muslim, Lakota and Buddhist, offer their deeply personal faith journeys, life challenges, and evolving ideas about higher powers. Visit our website for a preview of the full film.

PURCHASE OPTIONS
DVD for unlimited internal use – $129
Community-Wide Screening + DVD for unlimited internal use – $249
Fundraiser Community Screening + DVD for unlimited internal use – $349

SCREENING AND DISCUSSION
Filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom
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Award-winning filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom is touring campuses with WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE NOW? to facilitate inter-faith dialogues and conversations about religion in America. Sarah has been a featured speaker at the Ford Foundation Difficult Dialogue Series, the Graduate Theological Union’s conference on Religious Pluralism and the Religions for Peace-USA Symposium: Beyond Bigotry.

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Posted on December 20, 2019, in 2019, 5780, December, Kislev, Ram's Horn. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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