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Hans Hodel (Bern, Switzerland)
Hans Hodel (Bern, Switzerland)
President of the International Interchurch Film Organisation INTERFILM. After studies in pedagogy and protestant theology in Bern, he served as pastor in a parish, especially committed to the youth movement. Professor in a teacher training school for religion, ethics and media. Afterwards for 16 years film commissioner of Swiss Protestant Churches, including the responsibility for non theatrical film and video distribution, ZOOM. Member of several INTERFILM and Ecumenical Juries in Berlin, Cannes, Montréal and elsewhere.
Peter Malone (Australia/United Kingdom)
Peter Malone (Australia/United Kingdom)
Peter Malone is an Australian Catholic priest, a Missionary of the Sacred Heart. He studied at the Australian National University in Canberra for an Arts degree in History and at the Gregorian University in Rome for a Licentiate in Theology. He taught in the Yarra Theological Union in Melbourne Old Testament studies and worked at the National Pastoral Institute and the Heart of Life Spirituality Centre in Melbourne. He was elected president of OCIC (Organization Catholic for Cinema) in the Pacifique in 1989 and served OCIC worldwide as president between 1998-2001. With the merger of OCIC and UNDA, he became the first president of SIGNIS, The World Catholic Association for Communication between 2001-2005. He now works for the cinema desk of SIGNIS. He has reviewed films since 1968, published books and articles on film and was member of several OCIC/SIGNIS and Ecumenical Juries.
Fr. Mkrtich Very Reverend Father Proshyan (Armenia).
Fr. Mkrtich Very Reverend Father Proshyan (Armenia).
Born on 1975 on the 13th of August in the city, Ejmiatsin. Between 1982-1992 studied and left the local school named after Khachatur Abovyan. Between 1986-1991 studied and left the E. Tadevosyan art school in Ejmiatsin. In 1998 entered the Vazgenyan Theological Seminary in Sevan. From 1998-1999 continued his study at the Gevorgyan Theological Seminary in Ejmiatsin. On the 23rd of May in 1999 was apponited deacon. In 2000 at the Gevorgyan Theological Seminary he defended his final report on «Khosrov Andzevatsu's «The Meaning of the Mass» Theology». From 1999-2000, he worked at CEC as the director of the office responsible for training teachers of religion at schools. In 2001 on the 14th of January he was ordinated a celibate priest by His Holiness Garegin II Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians. He published Andzevatsi's «The Meaning of the Mass» theological work and Vardan Aygektsi's «Counsel to all Priests» speech in modern translation. Between 2001-2003 he studied and graduated from the Leeds University of the United Kingdom, receiving a BA in theology and pastoral studies, between 2003-2004 received an MTh in Sistematic Theology (with honors). On October 1, 2004, with the recommendation by His Holiness Garegin II Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians, he was named Acting Dean of the Vazgenyan Theological Seminary in Sevan, and in 2005, Dean. In 2006, he received his Very Reverend Father's staff by defending his thesis titled, “Interpretation of Feminist Soteriology”.
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