SAFF 2022 Sunday Feature Film 1 - Supreme Motherhood
20nov4:00 pm6:45 pmSAFF 2022 Sunday Feature Film 1 - Supreme MotherhoodSunday | 4:00 PM – 6:45 PM | The Frida Cinema | Theater 1 | Supreme Motherhood
By popular demand we have added Supreme Motherhood as our Sunday Feature Film 1 in theater
By popular demand we have added Supreme Motherhood as our Sunday Feature Film 1 in theater 1 .
The Frida Cinema – THEATER 1
305 E 4th St #100
Santa Ana, CA 92701
THE STONE THAT HIT MAHARAJA RANJIT SINGHT (ANIMATED)
This episode from the life of Maharaja Ranjit Singh shows his wisdom and large-heartedness and has been dramatized in this 3D animation. Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the 19th Century Emperor of Punjab, was riding through the capital city of Lahore. He was on top of an Elephant and there was great rejoicing to celebrate another victory by his general Hari Singh Nalwa. As they rode through a street, a stone came flying over a wall and struck Ranjit Singh on his forehead.
SUPREME MOTHERHOOD: THE JOURNEY OF MATA SAHIB (ANIMATED)
Supreme Motherhood: The Journey of Mata Sahib Kaur is a visual, musical, and historical masterpiece that will be screening at Sikhlens 2022 film festival. This pioneering animated movie reveals the untold epic life story of Mata Sahib Kaur (forever immortalized as the Mother of the Khalsa). After her husband, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, departed from Earth, he left her in charge of the Khalsa nation for 40 years. The movie explores her spiritual and temporal leadership qualities, as well as the socio-religious contributions she made to society during the oppressive Mughal reign of the 17th Century, which was one of the most turbulent times the country has ever witnessed.
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(Sunday) 4:00 pm - 6:45 pm
The Frida Cinema305 E 4th St #100, Santa Ana, CA 92701Located in the heart of Downtown Santa Ana. Parking is located behind the theater at the cross streets of E. 5th Street and N. Spurgeon Street.