BECOMING TRULY HUMAN DOCUMENTARY IN SELECT THEATERS!

BECOMING TRULY HUMAN DOCUMENTARY IN SELECT THEATERS!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW for “BECOMING TRULY HUMAN’ in SELECT THEATERS, NOV 8th and 9th. Click Here to find showings and get tickets. BECOMING TRULY HUMAN is a documentary that looks at the rise of the “nones,” or those with no religious affiliation. As of 2015, surveys report that this growing...

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Video about Monasteries in Romania

Video about Monasteries in Romania

Have you ever wondered why people become monks and nuns? In her graduation film from Coventry University, Brindusa Ioana Nastasa (Grapefruit Productions) captures 10 intimate interviews with various monastics throughout Romania. Filmed in Romanian, and with English subtitles, Behind the Monastery Walls presents an honest and respectful insight to an...

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Watch the Documentary PISTEVO “I Believe” — The sacred theology of Iconography Comes to Life

Watch the Documentary PISTEVO “I Believe” — The sacred theology of Iconography Comes to Life

PISTEVO “I believe”, is a stunning 17-minute film packed with vivid imagery depicting the life of Jesus Christ and His saints. The independent documentary depicts a community coming together to complete the centuries-old mission of iconography at the Greek Orthodox Church of our Saviour in Rye, NY. Iconography, the centuries-old...

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St. Katherine Film Series Highlights Smyrna Documentary & ISIS Threat

St. Katherine Film Series Highlights Smyrna Documentary & ISIS Threat

  ST. KATHERINE FILM SERIES HIGHLIGHTS SMYRNA DOCUMENTARY & ISIS THREAT “SMYRNA:  DESTRUCTION OF A COSMOPOLITAN CITY,” a documentary film directed by Maria Iliou in English/Greek subtitles, will be shown free to the public on Friday, February 20, at 7 p.m., in the St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church Cultural Hall,...

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Byzanfest 2015: A World-Wide Event

Byzanfest 2015: A World-Wide Event

Are you a filmmaker? A film buff? Then you’ve got to check out Byzanfest. It’s one of the most unique events around as it’s an online short-film festival. They’re films which must show innovation, originality, and creativity. The best part – they’re all made by Orthodox filmmakers! Byzanfest, now in...

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An Orthodox Christian App Designer

An Orthodox Christian App Designer

Apps have become a booming market with the expansion of smartphone use. Like the internet generally, as well as social media, there needs to be an Orthodox presence in this field. In this episode of The Moving Icon, Chris Vlahonasios interviews Joachim Vesely, an Orthodox app designer and filmmaker who...

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Russian Orthodox Leaders Object to Award-Winning Film “Leviathan,” Call for Creation of “Orthodox Hollywood”

Russian Orthodox Leaders Object to Award-Winning Film “Leviathan,” Call for Creation of “Orthodox Hollywood”

“Leviathan,” a Russian film which is a modern-day retelling of the story of Job, has received international critical acclaim, winning the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film on January 11, and receiving a nomination for an Oscar in the “Best Foreign Film” category. The movie also garnered the prestigious Best...

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Theophany; A Short Film

Theophany; A Short Film

Here is a new short video of the Theophany Troparion by UK-based Orthodox filmmakers The Brothers Robinson. This team, who have produced many short clips, are also real-life brothers. Featuring stunning footage of surging rivers, accompanied by a reading of the Troparion, this film serves to instill a sense of...

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An Award-Winning Russian Animated Film about Christmas

An Award-Winning Russian Animated Film about Christmas

Mikhail Aldashin, a Russian filmmaker, produced “Rozhdestvo” (Christmas) in 1996, winning several awards that year at various Russian and international festivals. Set to the Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G Major, the film is an otherwise silent portrayal of the Christmas story, told with child-like simplicity and occasional fantastical whimsy....

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The Healing: Isceljenje

The Healing: Isceljenje

‘The Healing: Isceljenje’ (2014) is a Serbian film by Ivan Jović that tells the story of an Orthodox monk grappling with the aftereffects of war in his homeland. Carrying this pain in his heart, the monk finds his way to a secluded hermitage in the wilderness, where he encounters a...

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