Silence Passes

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Martin Scorsese’s SILENCE tells the story of two Christian missionaries (Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver) who face the ultimate test of faith when they travel to Japan in search of their missing mentor (Liam Neeson) – at a time when Christianity was outlawed and their presence forbidden. The celebrated director’s 28-year journey to bring Shusaku Endo’s 1966 acclaimed novel to life will be in theaters this Christmas.

The Silence screening will be on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at AMC Waterfront 22, beginning at 7:30 PM.  Please comment below telling us what your ‘passion project’ is for a chance to win two tickets.  

My Passion Project is simple!  I’ve always been an advocate for premier public education.  But, in 2017, I also want to pay it forward through generosity and kindness.  I started with a kind gesture at a concert last night, but the idea is my selflessness and gentle spirit will be infectious and spread widely.

Much Love,

Movie Scene Queen

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  1. I have lots! but right now, I’d have to say it is to mentor children and young women to be all they can be and to recognize their self worth.. I’m currently involved with an orphanage in Guatemala.

    1. Tina, Thank you for doing this work. I hope you realize that you may be saving these children from human trafficking with preventive efforts.

  2. My passion project would be to have the benefit to house all the Homeless on the street at least in a shelter during the winter months if they so desire. I feel that they all need help of some sort.

  3. My passion project is to work with children’s hospital to provide a fun place for the patients and their families

  4. My passion project is to take skilled professionals with me to Haiti to help train the locals on how to develop a trade that would allow them to work and help more people to learn a trade. A “pay it forward” type scenario.

  5. My Passion Project is attending Juvenile Detention centers & explaining to them the mind process & meaning of victimization

  6. Passion project = be humble and kind. Volunteer where and when needed. Be extremely gentle w/those going through an illness and the elderly for they are not long on this earth and deserve extra care.

  7. My passion project would be to have my own non profit organization to help families with limited resources.

  8. My passion project is to start a company that allows for the restoration of homes in city neighborhoods done in a way that residents of those homes and those neighbors can take part thereby preventing the culture of the neighborhood from being destroyed by gentrification.

  9. My passion is to see people communicate better. It will lead to greater understanding among people and less hatred and violence in the world.

  10. My passion project is to be ready in season and out of season to share my faith with others through my words and in all I do.

  11. My passion project is also my calling. I have been blessed to become Assistant Producer of a documentary that features Pennsylvanians’ efforts to fight sex trafficking, and builds the case that slavery still exists today. God has been preparing me for four years. Look for ‘From Liberty to Captivity’ in 2018!

    1. Please remove my entry as I have acquired passes through other means. Thank you for the opportunity as this film has potential to the best of the year.

  12. Am passionate about helping to re-home the many waiting dogs at the Animal Rescue League by acting as a volunteer dog walker/socializer.

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