Tristan Bourlard joins us on the Den of Lore show to discuss his groundbreaking movie being released worldwide – Terra Masonica
About The Film
Terra Masonica will focus on the following: What is Freemasonry today? Who are the Freemasons and what do they do?
These simple questions have never really been treated from a global perspective.
After its official creation in London in 1717, Freemasonry quickly spread to all continents. For 300 years, specific entities have been created, differentiated by country and local realities.
This world tour in 80 lodges will outline the similarities and contrasts between lodges on the five continents. For the first time you will explore the real Freemasonry, from Patagonia to Lapland, from USA to India, in 80 lodges. We will discover the oldest lodges on each continent as well as the most peculiar lodges.
Terra Masonica will talk to ordinary Freemasons and will explore their current reality. We will meet these Freemasons in their daily lives. We will listen to their views of the world, their questions and doubts in an ever-changing world.
We will try to understand the influence of the local context that defines the characteristics of each masonry.
Our Featured Guest
Tristan Bourlard is director of scientific and historical documentaries. He is Belgian and has one daughter, Mona. He has been an active supporter of the research against breast cancer for many years.
2014 : Award Recast for Brussels ’44, Memorimage, Reus Spain
2012 : Urban photographer of the Year, London
2009 : Prix Roberval de la meilleure émission scientifique de télévision, (France)
2002 : 1er prix du film pédagogique au festival du film archéologique Kinéon (Bruxelles).
1999 : Contribution Award au Margareth Mead Film & Video Festival de New York, et le prix du Meilleur Documentaire Mondial FIAT (Fédération internationale des archives de télévision) à Santiago (Chili).
1994 : Prix européen du meilleur film scientifique au Festival du film scientifique de Palaiseau (France)
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