“…Damah, from the ancient Hebrew word meaning ‘a
metaphor that transforms,’ is an art form that starts with commonly
accepted ways of looking at the world and adds an unexpected twist
that results in a new way of understanding that inspires or transforms
The Damah Film Festival: Spiritual Experiences in Film
will be at Samford’s Harrison Theatre on April 16 and 17 at 7
p.m. In addition to the films, the Samford Student Government Association
is sponsoring coffee and discussion in the University Center food court
following each film. All events are open to the public.
Damah, from the ancient Hebrew word meaning “a metaphor that
transforms,” is an art form that starts with commonly accepted
ways of looking at the world and adds an unexpected twist that results
in a new way of understanding that inspires or transforms the viewer.
Tickets, $5 each, will be available in the Student Ministries office
(Burns Hall 207) beginning March 29 from 8:30-4:30, Monday through Friday.
Tickets may also be purchased at the event, but festival coordinators
recommend making reservations by phone (726-2927). All proceeds of ticket
sales will go to support Samford student missionaries.
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