March Coffee Talk photo by Tracy Simmons/SpokaneFAVS

April Coffee Talk: Faith & Film

Join SpokaneFāVS for a forum on Faith and Film at its upcoming Coffee Talk on April 2.

Panelists will discuss how faith and ethics impact and influence movies and TV, as well as their audiences.

Panelists are movie buff and Jewish writer Neal Schindler, Carrie Lockhert an Episcopalian and marketing and advertising professional, and Matthew Rindge, author of “Profane Parables: Film and the American Dream.”

A fourth, guest panelist is pending.

Coffee Talk will take place in The Community Building, 35 W Main Ave., at 10 a.m. Boots Bakery is located across the street and Caffe Affogato is a few doors down, where guests can purchase coffee.



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