Radiance: The Experience of Light

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Radiance: The Experience of Light
Directed by Dorothy Fadiman
Produced by Michael Wiese
Music by Stephen Hill (broadcaster)
Release dates
  • 1978 (1978)
Running time
22 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Radiance: The Experience of Light is a 1978 short debut film created and narrated by filmmaker, Dorothy Fadiman. The film documents the presence of light as a universal symbol for “Spirit”, to people from many cultures. The film weaves together images, music and a poetic narration, revealing how light continues to ignite inspiration in religion, philosophy, art, and architecture throughout human history.

Reception[edit]

Colin Higgins who directed and wrote the screenplay for the film, Harold and Maude, called it "Beautifully crafted, personal and profound. It was for me a totally spiritual experience."

The film was featured as part of the evening with the theme, "Art of Film," at the 16th Annual Independents' Film Festival in Tampa, Florida in 2009.[1]

Radiance: The Experience of Light received the following awards:

  • Columbus International Film & Video Festival: Chris Award
  • Religious Educators Media Award
  • Whole Life Expo Media Festival/San Francisco
  • Virgin Islands/Miami International Film Festival

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