Catholic Spectator: Cinema and the Church in France in the 1920s

  • Author(s): Casiana Ionita
  • When: 2012-12
  • Where: Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
  • This article discusses the shift that took place in France in the mid- and late 1920s, when some influential clerics started to argue that carefully selected motion pictures should be an integral part of the program of social apostolate, as they could attract both Catholics and non-Catholics.

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