A Conversation On A Ghost Story

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“The answers that gave me solace as a child no longer do. . . . It would be easy to stop asking questions, but I feel that if I did stop asking those questions a little light would go off in my life, and I need to have some degree of mystery that I’m still curious about. Having that curiosity makes living my life better even though I don’t have the answers I thought I once did.”

David Lowery, award winning American filmmaker and writer, at Fuller’s screening of his new film A Ghost Story, a meditation on time, grief, and attachmentsall witnessed through the eyes of a ghost. Sponsored by the Brehm Center’s Reel Spirituality initiative, he was interviewed by Barry Taylor, Brehm Center’s artist-in-residence, after a screening, and the evening created space to reflect on mortality, nostalgia, and more.

Watch the full conversation on FULLER studio.

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