"Stateless" tells the story of how in the late 1980s, thousands of Soviet Jews were finally allowed to leave the USSR. But in 1988, American policy suddenly changed and all of these refugees were stranded in Italy.
March 28th — It's one of the most inspiring — and highly acclaimed — documentaries of recent years.
August 30 was the 3rd annual Indy Festival of Faiths. It was the first Social Awareness Table Conversations, discussions of eight topics of urgent importance. Now keep talking.
A Different View Film Series kicked off August 20 with a screening of "Arranged." Two young women – one an Orthodox Jew, the other Muslim – learn they share much in common, not least of which is that they are both going through arranged marriages. It was a great film, but everyone agreed that even better was the discussion afterward.
A New View Film Series will journey outside everyday life to explore new worldviews through the screening of five films. Come for the movies, stay for the conversation.
April 14th — DANCING IN JAFFA offers an up-close-and-personal perspective of how the future might unfold if the art of movement and dance could triumph over the politics of history and geography.
February 18th — Whatever you make of Joshua Milton Blahyi — liar or madman, charlatan or genuine repentant — the film challenges viewers to ask important questions about both the power and the limits of forgiveness, amid a nation's search for healing and justice.
December 3rd — Inspired by true events, The Citizen is a gripping tale of courage, love, and perseverance, the qualities of a true CITIZEN.
October 22nd — Can victims and perpetrators work together to rebuild their lives? This life-changing documentary explores the intersections of justice and forgiveness as survivors heal from these tragedies.
August 20th — Two young women - one an Orthodox Jew, the other Muslim - learn they share much in common, not least of which is that they are both going through arranged marriages.
Rev. Lisa Marchal was part of "Zabur," from commissioning to performing at the premiere. She files this report..
In a public dialogue before the world premiere of "Zabur," diplomats and artists explored how an artist’s cultural and religious background can help bridge understanding to shape public policy.
Global Indy SPEA Scholars Alena Jones and Jonathan Lounds attended the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's screening of "Beyond Right and Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness" at the Indiana War Memorial.
Featuring presentations and a testimonial by Rwanda Genocide survivor Kizito D. Kalima and Holocaust survivor Eva Kor.
April 24th — Explore how an artist’s cultural and religious background can help bridge understanding to shape public policy.
Louise Henderson is a Film Producer with Free Dog Productions. She is an Indianapolis native who chose to return to the city to raise her family. Louis boasts B.A.s in English and History from St. Catherine University;