CSJ Documentary Screened in LA Film Festival

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Filmmaker Karen Kearns (right) pictured here with Tina Nguyen, editor and Elizabeth Sellers, composer.

On October 18 That All May Be One, a documentary about the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, was selected to screen at the LA Femme Film Festival in Beverly Hills. Of the 1000 films that applied, only 91 were chosen.

The festival ran from October 15-18 Renberg Theatre and Black Box Theatre.

The LA Femme Film Festival is a premier festival that focuses on women filmmakers’ platforming their commercial films for the worldwide audience. It is a festival for those women who want to have an equal opportunity in commercial entertainment desiring to change, enhance, or become leaders in the industry as a director, writer, producer or director of photography.

The film was produced by Karen Kearns, the associate dean of Cal State’s University Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication. During a visit to her hometown of St. Louis in 2001 to visit her cousin, Sister Joan Lampton, Kearns was inspired to chronicle the monumental renovation of the province motherhouse. As the production evolved, the renovation became the backdrop for the film’s ultimate purpose--to make visible the good work and enduring legacy of the CSJs. 

Film Info

  • Click here to read more about the making of the film.
  • For more information about TAMBO, visit www.thatallmaybeone.com.
  • To purchase a copy of the film on Amazon, click here.
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