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“Spirituality in Film: The Moving Image" series at BYU in September

“Spirituality in Film: The Moving Image,” a series of film screenings that focus on the use of spiritual themes during the first 100 years of filmmaking, will take place Sept. 12-16 and 19-23 in the Pardoe Theatre at Brigham Young University.

Evening performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday matinees will start at 2 p.m. Admission is free.

Sept. 12-16, the series will feature “Sparrows,” “King of Kings,” “Passion de Jeanne D’Arc,” “Strange Cargo,” “Ordet,” and a matinee showing of “Pather Panchali.”

Sept. 19-23, “The Seventh Seal,” “My Neighbor Totoro,” “Tender Mercies,” “The Color of Paradise” and “Babette’s Feast” will be shown, with “Babe, A Pig in the City” as the Saturday matinee.

Sponsored by the Mary Lou Fulton Chair in the Department of Theatre and Media Arts, each film will be preceded by a short presentation by a faculty member.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Funk at (801) 422-7768.

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