Showing all events with event type Documentary Film.

Fremont, USA. Screening in Kansas City, MO

On November 11, Fremont, U.S.A. was screened at the Plaza Library in Kansas City, Missouri. The event, part of the Cultural Conversations series, included a discussion relating the film to religious diversity in Kansas City. 

Pluralism Project Co-Hosts Advanced Screening of He Named Me Malala

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015, the Pluralism Project co-hosted with the Boston Globe’s Globe Docs and the Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University an advanced screening of “He Named Me Malala,” a documentary about the life and work of Pakistani teenager and children’s education advocate Malala Yousafzai.

The Center for the Study of World Religions and the Pluralism Project Co-Host Film Night

The Center for the Study of World Religions and the Pluralism Project partnered to screen the films “La Trappe” and “In Ordinary Life” on Tuesday, March 12th.  A question and answer session with the films’ director, Canadian filmmaker and Harvard PhD student Lina Verchery, followed. Despite inclement weather, the evening drew over thirty people.

“La Trappe” explores the delicate connections that exist between Buddhist monastics and lobster fisherman who, despite difference of language, culture,and religion, share a belief in life as a cycle. “In Ordinary Life” highlights everyday experiences of life and death through the eyes of the Buddhist monastics at the Avatamsaka Sagely Monastery in Calgary, Alberta. To view “La Trappe” on the National Film Board of Canada’s website, please visit

Mississippi University for Women Screens Fremont, USA

On October 25, 2011, as part of its fall programming for its 2011-2012 International Series on world religions and interfaith dialogue, the Mississippi University for Women will screen our documentary film, “Fremont, U.S.A.”