Seen/Unseen: What do you Believe Now with Filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom
What happens to your spiritual and religious beliefs over time?
Seventeen years after the 2002 documentary What Do You Believe? in which six diverse American teenagers shared their spiritual struggles and aspirations, we revisit them to reveal how their beliefs have changed.
In this new “before and after” film What Do You Believe Now? a Catholic, Pagan, Jew, Muslim, Lakota, and Buddhist offer their deeply personal faith journeys, life challenges, and evolving ideas about higher powers, life purpose, the nature of suffering, religious intolerance and death. They do so against the backdrop of a society in flux and amidst growing religious polarization and disengagement.
Designed to be a stand-alone film, What Do You Believe Now? is an invaluable addition to any discussion on religious diversity and millennial spirituality in America.
You are invited to join Amanda Crichlow Silva for this special film screening followed by discussion with Director Sarah Feinbloom as she shares about the filmmaking process and why she chose to explore Millennial religious beliefs.
Registrants will receive a link to watch What Do You Believe Now? two weeks before the event and may watch the film privately beforehand, or join Tri-Faith online for a pre-discussion screening.