Apparition Hill film exceeds £1k fundraising target
A film which investigates the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Medjugorje, is set for a one-off screening in Norwich on March 18, organised by the Norwich Daytime Prayer Group.
The charity screening of the film has exceeded its £1,000 fund-raising target for Mary’s Meals, a week ahead of the East Anglia Premiere on March 18, but tickets are still available for this one-off screening at Hollywood Cinema in Norwich.
Apparition Hill, a thought-provoking and powerful film, is being shown in cinemas across the UK at screenings hosted exclusively by church groups and charities. The docu-film follows seven strangers as they investigate the mysterious phenomenon of Medjugorje, a Bosnian village where the Virgin Mary is said to appear each month.
The film is being shown on Saturday March 18th (3pm) at Hollywood Cinema in Norwich, with all proceeds going to Mary’s Meals. There will be a short talk prior to the film on Mary’s Meals.
Tickets cost £10 / £7.50 (Concessions) and can be purchased from www.apparitionhillnorwich.co.uk
A trailer of the film, which is a 12A, can be seen below.
Mary’s Meals delivers school feeding programmes in communities where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education. The charity grew out of a relief response during the Bosnian war and has strong links to Medjugorje.
Mary’s Meals currently provides a meal every school day for more than 1.1 million children across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
For further information on Mary’s Meals, please visit www.marysmeals.org.uk
The screening has been made possible with the support of the Norwich Daytime Prayer Group, which meets every Monday in term time, after their own inspiring trip to Medjugorje. For Further information on the Norwich Daytime Prayer Group please visit All are welcome.