A riveting inquiry into the historical Jesus by the team responsible for the award-winning Origin of Christianity. This sprawling collection delves into the latest archaeological...LEARN ABOUT.
An artistic representation of the mystical life led by the first saint of the new millennium, Sister Faustina Kowalska, based upon experiences recorded in her spiritual diary. With Danuta Segda...LEARN MORE.
GOLEM: BIRTH OF A GOLEM
A powerful and unusual work, Birth of a Golem is a dreamlike "notebook" film exploring ideas for a feature film on the theme of the Golem. Gradually, the notebook takes on a life of its...LEARN MORE.
GOLEM: THE PETRIFIED GARDEN
A revelation from one of the world's great filmmakers. Amos Gitai turns his iconoclastic gaze to the collapse of the Soviet Union in a magnificent, wry, and oddly humorous film that...LEARN MORE.
GOLEM: THE SPIRIT OF EXILE
Amos Gitai fuses the Book of Ruth and other Biblical tales of exile with the Jewish legend of the Golem to create a Biblical parable for the modern world. Elimelech, Naomi, and their grown...LEARN MORE.
The story of the 16th century native Mexican, St. Juan Diego, and his encounters with the Virgin is interwoven with the present-day story of archaeologist Jose Maria...LEARN MORE.
Set in Chicago in 1967 at the height of the Vietnam War, this disarming, intimate, even fun piece of cinema verite finds two nuns moving through the city's densely populated streets...LEARN MORE.
A magnificent and powerful retelling of the story of the three wise men. Three men from across Europe and Asia follow signs in the heavens, ultimately leading them to Bethlehem and...LEARN MORE.
MOTHER JOAN OF THE ANGELS
One of the landmarks of modern Polish cinema, this gripping adaptation of Aldous Huxley's The Devils of Loudun (like Ken Russell's The Devils), transposes the action to a 17th-century Polish...LEARN MORE.
ORIGIN OF CHRISTIANITY
The world's leading biblical scholars gather for this international symposium that created a sensation when released on French television. From Paris to Jerusalem, from Cambridge to...LEARN MORE.
St. Thérèse of Lisieux demonstrated a path of spirituality, known as the "Little Way", through the actions of unconditional love, human compassion, and selfless devotion to duty...LEARN MORE.