Fifth International Catholic Film Festival held in Italy

(AGI) Rome, July 3 - The Mirabile Dictu International CatholicFilm Festival has celebrated its fifth anniversary. The "Pesced'Argento" award for best film went to "Un dios prohibido" byPablo Moreno, the story of 51 Claretian priests executed duringthe Spanish Civil War because they refused to deny their faith.Director William Riead and actress Juliet Stevenson also wonawards for "The letters", the story of Mother Teresa ofCalcutta through the letters she wrote to Father van Exem. Thefestival, held at Santo Spirito in Sassia, was created byfilmmaker and producer Liana Marabini. . .

(AGI) Rome, July 3 - The Mirabile Dictu International CatholicFilm Festival has celebrated its fifth anniversary. The "Pesced'Argento" award for best film went to "Un dios prohibido" byPablo Moreno, the story of 51 Claretian priests executed duringthe Spanish Civil War because they refused to deny their faith.Director William Riead and actress Juliet Stevenson also wonawards for "The letters", the story of Mother Teresa ofCalcutta through the letters she wrote to Father van Exem. Thefestival, held at Santo Spirito in Sassia, was created byfilmmaker and producer Liana Marabini. . .