A panel of thoughtful minds from Biola University, California State Los Angeles, and Fuller Theological Seminary are joined by film director Lauralee Farrer to discuss her film, “None,” the premier installment in her project, “Praying the Hours.” The panel discusses how the film successfully drew its audience into a prayerful time of reflection that matched the spirit of the hour of None.
About the Authors
Evan Rosa is Director of the Biola University Center for Christian Thought and is Editor of The Table, CCT's journal and media platform. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Biola University.
Kutter Callaway (PhD Fuller Theological Seminary) is Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. He specializes in the intersection of theology and film, television, and online media.
Steven Classen (PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison) is Professor of Television, Film and Media Studies at California State University- Los Angeles.
Todd Pickett (PhD UC Irvine) is Dean of Spiritual Development at Biola University. He was Chair of the English Department and Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences at Biola before taking his current position in Spiritual Development.
Lauralee Farrer is Chief Creative of FULLER magazine and FULLER studio. She is an award-winning filmmaker, possessing over twenty years of directing and writing experience. She is also president of Burning Heart Productions.
Tamara Johnston McMahon is a producing partner with Burning Heart Productions. McMahon collaborates with her husband, Jordan, on promotional videos for various charitable organizations and is also a spokesperson for fair trading practices, social sustainability, and anti-human trafficking.