Washington National Cathedral

A New Century, A New Calling.

On its 100th anniversary and at the beginning of the 21st century, this new documentary film explores how the magnificent Washington National Cathedral, chartered as a “house of prayer for all people,” serves as a sacred space for an increasingly diverse nation.

With original HD footage mixed with archival images of its impressive role to date in American history, this is the story of an ongoing mission to find common ground for all faiths in a search for reconciliation.

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About Journey Films

Journey Films was founded in 1983 by award-winning filmmaker Martin Doblmeier as a television and film production company specializing in religion, faith and spirituality. Journey Films has produced more than 30 documentary films that have aired on PBS, ABC, NBC, the BBC and on broadcast outlets around the world. Journey’s films have been translated into more than a dozen languages. In all, Journey Films have won six Gabriel Awards for the nation’s best film on a topic of religion, three awards at the US International Film and Television Festival, the Sun Valley Film Festival and many others.

About Martin Doblmeier

Martin Doblmeier holds degrees in Religious Studies, Broadcast Journalism and honorary degrees in Fine Arts and Humane Letters. Since 1984 he has produced and directed more than 30 films focused on religion, faith and spirituality. Martin combines a lifelong interest in religion with a passion for storytelling. Over the years he has traveled on location to more than forty countries to profile numerous religious leaders, spiritual communities, heads of state and Nobel Laureates. His films explore how belief can lead individuals to extraordinary acts, how spirituality creates and sustains communities and how faith is lived in extraordinary ways.

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