Searching for the Soul Film Festival Explores Humanity in a Technological World

Investigating the Meaning of Humanity in a Technological World
A festival bringing together filmmakers, scholars, students, and the public to view and discuss three feature films asking important questions about science and the soul.

Saturday, October 13, 2012
Sutherland Auditorium
Screenings at 12:30, 3:00 and 7:00
For more Information visit the Searching for Soul Film Festival Web Site

Screening 1: 12:30-2 pm

Where does biology end and technology begin?

Feature: Welcome to the Machine
Short: Heart Stop Beating

Mike Gonzales (Moderator), Avi Zev Weider (Director), Doug Geivett

Screening 2:    3-5 pm

What is the cost of modernity?

Feature: Tea or Electricity
Short : The Maker

Fred Sanders (Moderator), Jérôme le Maire (Director), Jonathon Puls

Screening 3:     7-9 pm

What if souls could be extracted, stored and exchanged?

Feature: Cold Souls
Short: Time Freak

Evan Rosa (Moderator), Peg Medberry, Jon Anderson, Steve Classen

Center for Christian ThoughtSponsored by Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought as part of their 2012-13 research theme Neuroscience and the Soul and Cinema and Media Arts. The film festival is an effort to reach both academic and non-academic audiences with nuanced Christian thought about the theme.The program is subject to change without notification. Films are not rated. Some films are not suitable for children due to life situations, medical photography and brief nudity. Suggest high school age and above.

For more information visit the Center for Christian Thought and Searching for Soul Film Festival websites. Or you can find us on Facebook.

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