On Monday July 3, join us at the American Cathedral in Paris for a showing of the Oscar-winning film Moonlight, followed by a discussion about race and prejudice in Hollywood film. Moonlight is the story of a young black man growing up gay in Miami, and was entirely written by, directed by, and starring people of color. Author Dr Greg Garrett, who is Theologian in Residence at the Cathedral this month, will lead our conversation on how films create myths, how we respond to those myths, and how Moonlight represents a clean break with Hollywood history.
7:30 pm, followed by refreshments and discussion. All welcome.