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TV Producers Open to Dialogue at 13th SIGNIS TV Seminar in St Petersburg

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Catholic and Orthodox Television producers and broadcasters entered in a “Dialogue of Churches, Dialogue of Cultures” at the 13th SIGNIS TV Seminar held in St Petersburg from 23 to 26 June 2014. The first major SIGNIS event to be held in Russia, the Seminar took place in the Saint Alexander Nevsky Monastery with the support of both the Catholic and the Russian Orthodox Churches.
18 international producers from Europe, Africa and South America joined 12 Russian Catholic and Orthodox producers at the meeting organized in partnership with the ecumenical media organization Blagovest Media.
Catholic and Orthodox Television producers and broadcasters entered in a “Dialogue of Churches, Dialogue of Cultures” at the 13th SIGNIS TV Seminar held in St Petersburg from 23 to 26 June 2014. The first major SIGNIS event to be held in Russia, the Seminar took place in the Saint Alexander Nevsky Monastery with the support of both the Catholic and the Russian Orthodox Churches.

18 international producers from Europe, Africa and South America joined 12 Russian Catholic and Orthodox producers at the meeting organized in partnership with the ecumenical media organization Blagovest Media.

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The Secret of John Paul II



Prelate Konrad Krajewski, a priest of the Lodz archdiocese and a doctor of theology, had been the papal master of ceremonies since 1998 until John Paul II passing in 2005. He hardly ever speaks to the media about his almost ten year’s experience in accompanying John Paul II. He has made an exception for the TVP1 team, revealing some of the unknown facts of the Pope’s last years.
The documentary is an interview with Prelate Krajewski, enhanced by archival materials covering the events that are being discussed.
Prelate Konrad Krajewski, a priest of the Lodz archdiocese and a doctor of theology, had been the papal master of ceremonies since 1998 until John Paul II passing in 2005. He hardly ever speaks to the media about his almost ten year’s experience in accompanying John Paul II. He has made an exception for the TVP1 team, revealing some of the unknown facts of the Pope’s last years. The documentary is an interview with Prelate Krajewski, enhanced by archival materials covering the events that are being discussed.

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Trailblazers in Habits

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Director Nancy Tong went to Maryknoll schools in Hong Kong for thirteen years, completing primary and secondary levels. By her own admission, she learned volunteerism at school but never realized the breadth and depth of the mission of the Maryknoll sisters until she started researching the congregation's archives in Ossining, New York four years ago. The film is a testament to the Maryknoll sisters as they completed their 100th anniversary of foundation in 2012.

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A French Bishop in Tallinn

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Estonia gained its independence from the Soviet Union  more than 20 years ago and yet is barely known in France. There are only very few French people who have marked this small nation's history.  There has in the recent past, however, been one with a rare personality:  Bishop Philippe JOURDAN. He arrived in 1995 at the age of 35, as the simple priest for a small community. He has since tripled the number of its faithful. His appointment as the Bishop of Tallinn in September 2005 was felt  in Estonia to be a return to the Christian tradition which in the 12th century brought the country into the West.
This documentary follows the exceptional path trodden by Bishop JOURDAN in the history, culture economy and society of Estonia, a country known as one of the least religious of Europe, or even the world.
To the background music sung by choristers in the  LAULUPIDU Song Festival which has taken place every 5 years since 1869 (a huge 22,000 singer choir this year), five themes are tackled: the “non-religiosity” of the Estonians, the importance of the Estonian language, the Russian-speaking community, the economic situation, and the evolution of the family and of Estonian youth. Factors to which Bishop JOURDAN has had to adapt and sometimes even confront.
Amongst the large number of witnesses who agreed to be filmed despite their natural reserve, several Estonian personalities, theatre director Lembit PETERSON, the internationally renowned JÄRVI family musicians, former Home Affairs Minister Lagle PAREK. Without forgetting the anonymous people who lent their voices or their musical talent.
The objective of both the film director and Bishop JOURDAN was to contribute towards giving these discreet people a voice. Promise held.
This documentary directed by Françoise Pons for Zoulou Cie Productions, follows the exceptional path trodden by Bishop Jourdan in the history, culture economy and society of Estonia, a country known as one of the least religious of Europe, or even the world. 
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