ISKCON Leicester is hosting Leicester’s first Inter Faith Film Festival to coincide with Inter Faith Week 2019 between 11-15 November 2019. The screenings will be at the Presentation Suite, of the City Hall from 6pm till 9pm each day.
The film festival which is a unique way for people to learn about and discuss faith, will also screen Yadubara and Visakha prabhu’s documentary ‘Hare Krsna! The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami Who Started It All’.
Each night, a film linked to one of the City’s main faiths will be shown in the Presentation Suite at City Hall.
After each film, a representative of the faith will lead a panel discussion on any questions and comments that might have been raised from the film. Light refreshments will also be served each evening.
“Participating in National Inter Faith Week is a great opportunity for us all to accept and understand the faith or spiritual path of others. The Inter Faith Film Festival is a creative and immersive way to explore faith and diversity in an out-of-the-box office angle.” — Yugala Kishore Gour Das, ISKCON Leicester.
The Interfaith Film Festival showings are:
- Monday 11th November: ‘The Trial of Joan of Arc‘ – feature film, Dir. Robert Bresson 1962.
- Tuesday 12th November: ‘Heal the Living‘ – feature film, Dir. Katell Quillevere 2017.
- Wednesday 13th November: ‘Lourdes‘ – feature film, Dir. Jessica Hausner 2009.
- Thursday 14th November: ‘Dawn of the Light‘ – documentary, Baha’i World Centre 2019.
- Friday 15th November: ‘Hare Krsna! The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami Who Started It All‘ – documentary, Dir John & Jean Griesser, Lauren Ross 2017.
The tickets are free, but must be booked in advance on Eventbrite.