mercoledì 30 novembre 2016

Giappone
The diversity of religion captured on film

japantimes.co.jp
(Giovanni Fazio) Reflecting on the rise of a generation of Japanese that has grown up suspicious of organized religion — particularly those who came of age in the shadow of 1995’s terror attacks by the Aum Shinrikyo cult — Nihon University’s College of Art has put together a Religion Film Festival, which will be screening at Shibuya’s Eurospace Dec. 10-16. The collection of 15 films aims to spur discussion and offers a wide variety of perspectives on faith, wide enough to include both Harold Cronk’s “God’s Not Dead,” a 2014 film portraying (...)