Concordia Seminary’s annual Faith and Film Festival is a gathering to screen and ponder Christian themes in contemporary cinema. Geared toward people interested in film and theology, the festival serves as an opportunity for participants to explore Christian themes in movies and develop eyes to see film in new ways. During the three-day festival, participants will watch films together and hear from theologians, pastors and film critics. Participants should be prepared to engage in challenging discussions about the ways in which the themes of redemption, reconciliation, mercy, grace and more are embedded in film.

Throughout the festival, participants will attend plenary auditorium screenings, as well as breakout sessions where attendees will have an option to choose up to three films, each with their own discussion moderator(s).