19/08 2016

Extra screening of YESHUA - LOST IN TRANSLATION in Copenhagen

New documentary by Lars Muhl on 6 September 2016 in Copenhagen


The world premiere of Lars Muhl's new film "Yeshua - Lost in Translation" is now sold out, but later the same evening there will be another screening for you who didn't get tickets the first time round.


Time: 6 September 2016, 9 pm - 10.30 pm.

Place: Grand Teatret, Mikkel Bryggers Gade 8, 1460 København K, Denmark.

The film is in English easy to understand without Danish subtitles.

Buy tickets here.


"There is no hell, no heaven, no sin and the Jesus of the church is an invention".


The documentary film is made by Ole B. Frøshaug in collaboration with Lars Muhl. Both will make an introduction to the film and also answer questions after the film.

The event will have a total duration of 90 minutes.



Introduction by director Ole B. Frøshaug

My name is Ole Bernt Frøshaug. I am a documentary filmmaker (www.visions.no) and is also working in Africa with projects to counteract climate change, deforestation and poverty (www.waterstone.no).

For many years I have wondered what happened to Christianity in the western world. How it came to be that most people, being members of the Christian Church, don’t seem to take Jesus’ message seriously?

In a time of terror and fundamentalism we might need to review our traditional cultural and religious viewpoints. Could I find a more inspiring interpretation of Jesus than the story the church have promoted for almost 2000 years?

In order to get an answer, I decided to look for someone, who was not a theologian, an atheist, a scientific scholar or a priest from the church, but rather someone who had been studying Jesus freed from any dogma.

I found that person. A Danish mystic, musician and author, a free spirit, who since his early youth have been studying Jesus, the scriptures, and Aramaic, the language Jesus spoke.




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