Tuesday 25 May 2010

Saint Anne Line Film

In 2007 Mary’s Dowry productions created a new form of film media to present the lives of the saints. Mary’s Dowry Productions recreates stunning silent visuals, informative, devotional narration, and original contemplative music that touches your spirit to draw you into a spiritual encounter with the saint. Watch with your spiritual eye, listen with your spiritual ear. Our films seek to offer a window into the lives of our saints. Using your spiritual senses we invite you to shut out the world, sit prayerfully and peacefully and go on a journey of faith, history and prayer with this inspiring Elizabethan Saint.
Saint Anne Line was a young Elizabethan woman with a spirit of joy and love for God and those around her. She longed to serve the Catholic Church and especially priests during the troubled days of Elizabethan England.
Saint Anne Line at prayer in one of the Safe Houses that
she cared for
© 2010 Mary's Dowry Productions
In 2010, Mary's Dowry Productions carefully produced visuals to run silently beneath the narrative of Saint Anne Line's story. These visuals were filmed at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum near Chichester and on especially built sets in the barn next to our parish church.
Saint Anne Line arrives at a Safe House
© 2010 Mary's Dowry Productions
The film is a prayerful journey with Saint Anne Line who tells us her story.
'Saint Anne Line' by Mary's Dowry Productions is available through our online shop:

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