religious film series
Fresno Reel Pride realizes the complicated relationship that queer people can have with religion and brings three documentaries to the community along with a panel discussion by local religious leaders.
Three documentaries + panel discussion
Religious Film Series
Saturday, September 30th
Free Event Parking in Lot D and Lot E
Religious Film Series includes access to all three films + interview with 1946’s Edward Oxford + local religious leaders panel moderated by Paul Swearengin. Religious Film Series is $25. Individual films are $10 each.
Muhsin Hendricks is the world's first openly gay imam. Despite opposition, he established a radically inclusive mosque in Cape Town. Now, he fights for LGBTQ Muslims to be embraced in the countries where their existence is outlawed.
1946: The Mistranslation That Shifted Culture
Researchers trace the origins of the Christian anti-gay movement to a mistranslation of the Bible in 1946.
Interview and panel Discussion
Interview with 1946’s Edward Oxford and panel of Local Religious Leaders moderated by Paul Swearengin, “Unconventional Pastor Paul.”
As religious discrimination against LGBTQ+ people intensifies in the US and abroad, a team of creatives upends 1700 years of religious iconography by producing photo art depicting Jesus as a member of the LGBTQ+ community.
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