Seeing in the Dark :: Faith, Film and TIFF

On Wednesday September 14th, Trinity College, Church of the Redeemer, The Gateway and Imago will be hosting “Seeing in the Dark,” a conversation about Faith and Film. The event takes place at Church of the Redeemer (Avenue and Bloor) and begins at 7.30pm.

What do we see in the dark?
What are we looking for when we go to the movies?
How  might  faith  and  film  illuminate  each  other?

This event seeks to bring faith into fruitful dialogue with the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.

7:30 Panel Discussion with Mark Bowald, Sherry Corman and John Franklin.
8:15 Special Screening of ‘Kavi’
8.45 Panel & Audience Response to ‘Kavi’
9.15 Theological Reflection on the film
9.30 Reception Hosted by Imago

Brian Walsh
Brian is an activist theologian, a retired CRC campus minister, the founder of the Wine Before Breakfast community, and farms with Sylvia Keesmaat at Russet House Farm.He engages issues of theology and culture, and has written a couple of books you might want to check out. His most recent offering is cowritten with Sylvia Keesmaat and entitled Romans Disarmed: Resisting Empire, Demanding Justice.

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