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Attend a WORLD PREMIERE of a New Masonic Film!


On Friday, Oct. 13 – the first evening of Annual Communication – the new feature documentary “The Royal Art of Freemasonry” will premiere at the California Masonic Memorial Temple in San Francisco.

All Masons and friends are invited to attend this special advance screening, which will include an exclusive question and answer session with several of the brothers who were included in the film’s production.


Written and directed by Bro. Johnny Royal and produced by Bro. Robert Doan, this gorgeous and highly enticing feature length documentary is noted as the first film to fully examine the entire American Masonic structure, providing insight from prominent members of the Masonic brotherhood about the purpose and meaning of the rituals, why people join, the unique culture of the Masonic fraternity, and where the future of the ancient society is headed.

The film provides a behind-the-scenes perspective of Masons’ path to enlightenment, as Freemasons from across the country share their personal experiences within the fraternity and the ultimate overarching narratives of their own “hero’s quests.” Through poignant interviews and beautiful photography, the film highlights the worldwide legacy of Freemasons and their place in the world around them.

“What begins to surface is a realization that Masons choose be the heroes or villains of our own lives, based on the choices we make,” says Royal. “Freemasonry truly is a progressive moral science.”

Reserve your tickets today– Early bird prices end Oct. 1!

WORLD PREMIERE: The Royal Art of Freemasonry
When: Friday, Oct. 13, 2017 – Annual Communication weekend.

Where: California Masonic Memorial Temple, San Francisco
1111 California St., San Francisco, CA 94108

Tickets:
• Early Bird - $15 (Ends Oct. 1)
• General Admission - $20
• VIP - $50 (Includes preferred seating, signed poster, limited edition memorabilia)



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