Video – Fi News #73: First Trailer of Duns Scotus Film

By May 10, 2010Fi News
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Ave Maria!

The FIs in Italy have finished their first trailer for the feature length film Duns Scoto on the life of Blessed John Duns Scotus that we mentioned in an earlier post. It is more of a behind-the-scenes view of the making of the movie.  All the actual footage of the movie is raw with the time stamp running. But it powerfully shows the magnitude of the project and how beautiful and dramatic the finished edition will be. Yes, it is in Italian. We hope to get an English subtitled version out soon. Enjoy!

Ave Maria!

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  • Maria says:

    Molto bello!

  • Lisa says:

    WOW! I didn’t know you were making a movie! It looks so professional! I can’t wait to see it.

    God Bless you!

    Ave Maria!

  • Ave Maria! says:

    It does indeed look quite professional. And the trailer uses two of my very favorite melodies (and I have that CD as well with both of those on it; the first would be better renamed “For the Love of the Immaculate”).

    I hope that there will at the very least be English subtitles but, better yet, if there can be an option for English dubbing. Please please.

    I will be very much looking forward to viewing the whole film!
    Ave Maria!

  • Carol says:

    Looking good. Wow friars going holywood. Nice to see friar Giles expanding his studies to include acting. I do agree with the need for English subtitles though. Makes you kinda feel like you are just learning to talk and relying on pictures to tell the story. Friar Didacus what about that camera? Nice…. looks cold though. Ave Maria

  • Other Mary says:

    Wow! Definitely leaves us begging for more! Can’t wait to see it all- own it — spread it around! What a great way to promote Our Lady and Blessed John Duns Scotus! Nice to see Fra Giles!

  • EMANUELE says:

    ave maria.molto bello siete fantastici. ave maria

  • […] Rome Reports covers the soon to be released film Duns Scoto by the Franciscans of the Immaculate in Italy on the life of Bl. John Duns Scotus. He was the Franciscan theologian who gave the Church the theological basis for the Immaculate Conception of Mary which ensured the solemn proclamation of the dogma centuries later. You can see the behind-the-scenes trailer here. […]

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