Science and Orthodoxy Around the World is now showing as part of the Byzanfest Orthodox Film Festival.
The Greek documentary has been nominated for Best Film, Best Director and Best Editing.
The Byzanfest Orthodox Film festival runs from 23rd October until 8th November (Australian Eastern Standard Time) on the official Festival website: byzanfest.com and showcases films which reflect Orthodox Christian themes, beliefs, culture and values.
SCIENCE AND ORTHODOXY AROUND THE WORLD
If we accept that God is faith and science is knowledge, is there a point where these two converge? Many have spoken of a dialogue between science and faith, but what could Orthodox Christianity bring to this discussion? And most importantly, what would the basis of such a dialogue be?
This documentary was produced within the framework of the research program “Science & Orthodoxy around the World (SOW)” of the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation.
The major goal of the program was to chart a previously unknown field: the different views and positions on the relation between Science and faith across the entire Orthodox Christian world.
Nominated for BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST EDITING.
Language: English spoken and English subtitles
Viewer’s Guide: general viewing
Director: Chris Panagos
WATCH THE TRAILER:
ABOUT BYZANFEST 2020
Established in 2014, Byzanfest is the world’s only online Orthodox Christian film festival streaming the very best short and feature-length films.
The festival showcases films which reflect Orthodox Christian themes, beliefs, culture and values. All films tell visual stories which are inspired and guided by living a life in Christ.
All films will be available to view on-demand globally from 23rd October until 8th November (Australian Eastern Standard Time) on the official Festival website: byzanfest.com.
This year’s event is split into two sections: short-films and feature-lengths.
The short-film section will comprise of 14 films – all FREE to view – from Byzanfest’s YouTube channel.
The feature-length collection of 13 films will be available via the Festival’s Vimeo channel. Some will be FREE to view and others can be ‘rented’ for a 24-hour period.
You can also purchase a festival pass to watch all films and save 30%.
Watch the trailer for a further taste of this year’s collection of short and feature-length Orthodox Christian films.
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