Interfaith Film Series: The Innocents -The Wadsworth Atheneum
Interfaith Film Series: The Innocents
Mar 19 @ 2:00 pm
The 4th Annual Interfaith Film Series: Faith in Times of Conflict Co-presented by the Connecticut Council for Interreligious Understanding and the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. Each program includes a guest speaker, film screening, and post-film Q&A.
The Innocents (Les Innocents) In 1945 Poland, a young French Red Cross doctor sent to assist the survivors of German camps discovers several nuns in advanced stages of pregnancy during a visit to a nearby convent.
Richard Alleva has been Commonweal’s film critic for the last 25 years. His articles have appeared in Image: A Journal of Religion and the Arts, The Best American Film Writing of 1999, edited by Peter Bogdanovich, and Commonweal Confronts the Century: Liberal Convictions, Catholic Tradition.
Miriam Therese Winter, Ph.D., a Medical Mission Sister, is a professor at Hartford Seminary where she directs the Master of Arts in Transformative Leadership and Spirituality and the Women’s Leadership Institute. She has published a number of award-winning books, and her many sacred folk songs are used by Christian denominations all around the world.
Film Tickets: $9 Regular Admission $8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID $7 Members Free for Insider Access Members (and above) Tickets are available for purchase at the door.