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Rasquache Mobile Cinema Screening

Rasquache Mobile Cinema Screening

A short documentary film program celebrating Indigenous and Afro Mexican communities across the U.S. and Mexico border.

Sep 24 2021 | Community Chalkboard, Charlottesville Downtown Mall

Rasquache Mobile Cinema Outdoor Screening

Rasquache Mobile Cinema Outdoor Screening

A short documentary film program exploring themes of migration, adaptation, and emotional flux.

Sep 11 2021 | Visible Records, 1740 Broadway Street, Charlottesville, VA 22902

Exploring “Sanctuaries”: How Multiple Perspectives Create Impactful Work

Exploring “Sanctuaries”: How Multiple Perspectives Create Impactful Work

What are the potentials for place-based research, teaching, and learning in national parks, reserves, and sacred natural sites?

May 19 2021 | Zoom Webinar

Informed Perspectives: Indigeneity Framed

Informed Perspectives: Indigeneity Framed

A conversation with filmmakers, √Āngeles Cruz and Federico Cuatlacuatl.

Apr 14 2021 | Zoom Webinar

Informed Perspectives: White Evangelical Racism: The Politics of Morality in America

Informed Perspectives: White Evangelical Racism: The Politics of Morality in America

The American political scene today is poisonously divided. Why do a vast majority of white evangelicals play a powerful role in the disunion?

Apr 6 2021 | Zoom Webinar

Informed Perspectives: Race and Religion in China

Informed Perspectives: Race and Religion in China

What are the variety and vitality of lives like in a country where religion is often tightly controlled?

Mar 18 2021 | Zoom Webinar

Informed Perspectives: God$Green: An Unholy Alliance

Informed Perspectives: God$Green: An Unholy Alliance

A film screening and conversation to explore decades of religious polarization, propaganda, corporate deal-making, and environmental injustice.

Mar 4 2021 | Zoom Webinar

Spirit and Struggle: Landmarks of Black Sacred Song

Spirit and Struggle: Landmarks of Black Sacred Song

The sounds of gospel swell through the films of Micah Ariel Watson (UVA '18). Join the filmmaker and UVA's Ashon Crawley for a screening and conversation.

Feb 24 2021 | Zoom Webinar

Informed Perspectives: Rethinking the Spirituality of Hong Kong Protests

Informed Perspectives: Rethinking the Spirituality of Hong Kong Protests

What is the relationship between religion and protest in Hong Kong?

Feb 10 2021 | Zoom Webinar

God $ Green: An Unholy Alliance

God $ Green: An Unholy Alliance

A short film exploring how potent forces came together to mount an army of climate change skeptics in the name of God, country and capitalism.

Oct 21 2020 - Oct 25 | Virginia Film Festival