TUESDAY JUNE 22 | 19:30

A selection of shorts about faith, as part of Celluloid Shrine: Films on Christianity, the Modern Classics of JuneRead more

All shorts are either silent or English spoken.

La vie du Christ (1906, Alice Guy-Blanché)

The stages of the life of Christ are divided into a series of performative tableaus.

Wednesday with Goddard (2016, Nicolas Ménard)

Eugene wonders if there really is a God. After all, he can’t see it, so how can he believe without visual evidence?

Lot in Sodom (1933, James Sibley Watson & Melville Webber, 28 minuten)

A sensual depiction of the story of Sodom and Gomorrah filled with sinewy and half-clothed bodies, frenzied bacchanals devoted to physical pleasure. With a searing, cataclysmic finale, portraying the fall of a city devoted to the sins of the flesh.