тримай улюблений фестиваль! · Donate · Підтримай улюблений фестиваль! · Donate · Підтримай улюблений фестиваль! · Donate · Підтримай улюблений фестиваль! · Donate · Підтримай улюблений фестиваль! · Donate · Підтримай улюблений фестиваль! · Donate · Підтри
Shot by more than 40 filmmaking teams around the world, the film immerses the viewer in the daily customs of faith and spiritual practice. At a time when religious hatreds dominate the world’s headlines, this film explores faith as a primary human experience, and how people turn to ritual and prayer to navigate the milestones and crises of private life. The film’s director commissioned or sourced footage from top independent filmmakers from more than 25 countries – and a wide range of religious traditions – each team contributing a single scene. The film, sweeping in its global reach, yet intensely intimate, is a tour de force that unifies these scenes into a single work, told without narration, without experts and, for long stretches, without words at all.
Thomas Lennon is a documentary director whose work explores the themes of society and history. His work has been nominated three times for Academy Awards, winning in 2007 for The Blood of Yingzhou District. He has also won all the major USA television awards including two Peabodys, Emmys and duPont-Columbia University Awards. Other notable films include The Battle Over Citizen Kane and Seven Days in Bensonhurst.
Selected: To Save Our Schools, to Save Our Children (1984), The Battle Over Citizen Kane (1996), The Irish in America (1998), Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave Narratives (2003), The Blood of Yingzhou District (2006), Angle of Attack: How Naval Aviation Changed the Face of War (2011)