Saturday, February 23, 2019 6:30pm to 9pm
CinemaDivina with Marilyn Freeman
|Hosted by Sanctuary Church Seattle|
1217 6th Ave, Seattle, Washington 98101
Plymouth Church Seattle United Church of Christ
Highlighted Works: Announcements
Honored to have two CinemaDivina films–Mercy and Joy–selected for the 2019 Cutting Edge Film Festival.
Give yourself the tender yet powerful gift of rejuvenation! Open your mystical heart through this restorative weekend-long retreat of rest, film screenings and personal writing. At the Priory Spirituality Center–an energy field of loving kindness–just outside Olympia, WA, $235 includes the two-night stay. Take a look CinemaDivina Retreat with Marilyn Freeman
Thanks to the National Education Telecommunications Association (NETA), PBS stations across the country are airing Shots Fired — a short documentary about the school shooting at North Thurston High School in Washington State. On that April morning, no one was killed, thanks to the heroic actions of social studies teacher, Brady Olson, resource officer Ed McClanahan, and Principal Steve Rood.
Contact your local Public Television Station to ask about Shots Fired.
Visit the official film site.
A meditation on mercy leads to the religious origins of racism and white supremacy. MERCY is a selection from CinemaDivina–a collection of video essays created especially for contemplative practice and, most recently an Official Selection of the Oregon Documentary Film Festival 2019.
MERCY is also an Official Selection of the 2019 Cutting Edge Film Festival & the Oregon Independent Film Festival.
“Mercy” ― by Marilyn Freeman.
Copyright © 2017 Marilyn Freeman. All rights reserved.
Honored to be an Artist Trust Fellowship recipient for Media Arts.