Film Church With Matson Duncan

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Film Church With Matson Duncan
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The Front Porch says
Our film church finale will feature local artists' advocate, Matson Duncan. A strong believer in and proponent of cultural accountability and personal integrity for artists everywhere, Matson works to advocate and make voices for artists whose devotions lie in storytelling rather than economic gain. When he's not advocating for this brand of cultural leadership in the arts, Matson captivates audiences in his role as a performance artist, combining elements of music, film, puppetry, and more in crafting his own creative story. The true brains behind our whole concept of a film church, we're excited and honored to host Matson Duncan as our final film curator and guide in this series.

For this final event, Matson has chosen to screen the 2003 film, "Most". A story of human connection, sacrifice, and love, this Czech film directed by Bobby Garabedian was both an official Sundance Film Festival Selection and Oscar nominee for Best Short Film. We won't reveal too much more here, but Most will be an ideal fit for the finale of our Lenten Film Church series, and one you won't want to miss. Join us in the parish hall at All Saints' Episcopal Church at 7 PM on March 27th to hear what Matson has to say about the connection between the spiritual, the storyteller, and the silver screen.
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