Alex Wright

Nathaniel Dorsky

January 25, 2005

This Friday, I'm looking forward to seeing Nathaniel Dorsky's public talk at the SF Shambhala Center:

Devotional Cinema, reprised from filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky's lecture on religion and cinema at Princeton University, is a rare treasure of penetrating insight into the language of film. In a compelling style, somewhere between a Zen koan and a Victorian love story, Devotional Cinema makes the case for mindful viewing as a transcendent experience. > Nathaniel Dorsky, Devotional Cinema

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