15 January 2008

Article VI

We just received the following email (3x) about a screening of the film Article VI. Go, if you can.

I wanted to invite to you a screening of a wonderful movie tonight! I saw it last night and it's really worth seeing. I know the people who put it on (Hugh Hewitt, among others) and they did an excellent job. It discusses Religion and Politics, mainly the concept of religious tests that is the basis of Article VI of our Constitution. It is an extremely pertinent message with the presidential election right now and the fact we have a Mormon, a Baptist Preacher, a possible Muslim, and a Catholic who can't take confession all running together. Please go see it! If anything, it will open your eyes and mind to a huge social issue that our country faces today.

Living Biography Media and Wiley Rhodes Productions in association with Outside Eyes
invites you to a complimentary V.I.P. screening of the feature-length documentary ARTICLE VI: Faith. Politics. America

ARTICLE VI is an intense discussion of the role of faith in politics and has already generated significant political and media buzz. This is an exciting opportunity to see the film, which will only be released in select cities. You will also have the chance to speak with the filmmakers.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Marcia and John Price Museum Building
410 Campus Center Drive
Salt Lake City , UT 84112
Dumke Auditorium
At the University of Utah
(801) 581-3123

Guests should park in Lot #11, which is directly east of the Museum.

CHECK-IN begins at 6:00 p.m. MST. Show time is 7 :00 p.m. MST.
Following the screening, the host and filmmaker will take questions from the audience. (7:30p.m. MST)

Reception to follow.

Please RSVP no later than Monday, January 14, 2008 to rsvpslc@outsideeyes.com or call 949-296-1520.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there!

Bryan Hall

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1 comment:

Uptown Girl said...

Did you go see this? It was such a thought provoking film and in my opinion, very well done.

It also reminded me how ridiculous people can sound when they speak with their emotions rather than reason.