Acclaimed US Film About 19th c. Orthodox Saint Hits UK Cinemas

Originally appeared at: Global Orthodox

The internationally-acclaimed film Man of God, about the great Holy Hierarch and Wonderworker St. Nektarios of Aegina, is finally coming to theaters in the UK.

The film will be shown in select theaters in Lee Valley, Acton, Haymarket, Holloway, Derby, Kettering, Birmingham, Leeds Bradford and Leicester, September 9-11, reports the official Man of God Facebook page.

Tickets are available at odeon.co.uk.

Man of God also recently premiered across Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Norway, September 3-5.

Previously, the film was shown in select theaters in the U.S. for two nights only in March. It was the fourth most popular film in the U.S. on the first day of showing.

The story of St. Nektarios can also now be rented or bought on Apple TV, Prime Video, YouTube, Vudu Fandango, Google Play, Vimeo on Demand, and Microsoft. All links are available here. Also purchase Man of God from Amazon on Blu-ray or DVD.

Watch the official trailer:

Man of God made its international debut at the 43rd Moscow International Film Festival in April 2021, where it won the coveted Audience Award. It also took home the Audience Award at the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival in May, and it topped Greek and Cypriot box offices when it was released there in August.

In the fall, it took home the Best International Film Award from the Siena International Film Festival and the Grand Prize in the Spirit of Faith at the Religion Today International Film Festival in Trento, Italy.




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