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Helen Whitney, director of the PBS documentary "The Mormons," is coming to BYU, on February 18th. Her films tend to explore issues of spirituality, including her latest film, "Forgiveness." We were thinking it would be cool if some of our students became more acquainted with her work so that when she comes we can have more interesting conversations with her.

The screenings are as follows:

Helen Whitney
Award -winning Documentarian
Forum and Screening, Forgiveness
February 18th, 2010
Forum: 11:00- 12:00 pm Film: 3:00-5:30 pm
MOA Auditorium F-201 HFAC

Film Screenings Prior to the forum:
The Monastery
Tuesday, feb 16th
9:10- 11:00 am
2113 JKB

Faith and Doubt
at Ground Zero
Thursday, Feb. 11th
8:30-10:30 am
11:00 am- 1:00 pm
F- 515 HFAC

Friday, Feb. 12th
8:00-10:00 am
F-515 HFAC

John Paul II:
The Millennial Pope
Tuesday, Feb. 16th
11:30 am- 2:30 pm
2107 JKB

If you haven't seen her documentary "The Mormons," you can watch it
online at:

Feel free to come and go during these screenings; most of these were made for TV with commercial breaks (or sponsorship breaks, in the case of PBS), so things tend to be presented in a chapter-esque format. That way you won't get lost, even if you show up halfway into a film.

Speaking of Screenings, don't forget

Feburary 19th, 7:00pm
SFA presents
A Student Film Showcase

151 in the Tanner Building

Tickets will be sold in the Wilk information desk $1 each.

1 comment:

Bralex said...

Hey, your ad in the bookstore got me really interested. I would love to go and see some films, but can you be a little more specific? i.e., what is playing? What's it about? How long?

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