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Buddhist film wins Religion on Film competition

last modified Jan 11, 2016 10:02 AM
A film exploring the five senses in Buddhism, made by a sixth form student, has won the Divinity Faculty's RE:View Religion in Film competition

The Faculty of Divinity is delighted to announce the winner of RE:View, the Cambridge Religion on Film Competition.

Elaine Kim, a sixth form student, considered how important the five senses, touch, smell, hearing, taste and vision, are in Buddhism. Her film was chosen by a panel of judges from the Faculty of Divinity.

This competition gives sixth form students the opportunity to critically engage with religion in a creative and expressive format.

Teams or individuals were asked to producing a film on the theme of religion and the senses, lasting no more than 5 minutes.

Elaine's video can be seen on YouTube.

For more information about the RE:View Religion on Film competition, contact Laura Jeffrey, Outreach Officer: 

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