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33 and Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry Screening

Presented by Woodland Masonic Lodge #81 at Scottish Rite Center, Sacramento CA

May 31 2018
33 and Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry Screening

33 & Beyond, the Royal Art of Freemasonry will be screened publicly for one night only at the Sacramento Scottish Rite Temple next month. The writer and director of the film, who is also a Freemason, will be in attendance and will host a question and answer session after the one and half hour film is over. The Grand Master of Masons in California will also be in attendance. This film took seven years to create and features Masonic lodges and Freemasons from all over the globe.

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A Q&A session will follow after the screening.

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  • In 2010, Writer and Director Johnny Royal, embarked on a 7 year journey to document and tell the story of American Freemasonry. Inspired by his own progression through the degrees of Master Mason, Knight Templar, and the 32nd Degree of the Scottish Rite, Royal gathered over 140 hours of footage consisting of interviews with prominent Freemasons, and never before seen footage from the insider's perspective. On Friday, October 13th, 2017, Royal premiered his debut feature length film to a sold out audience in San Francisco, CA. The film is now beginning a national theatrical tour around the United States.

    Over the 7 years of production, 33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry, which shot in various locations including the Grand Lodge of California, Guthrie Valley Scottish Rite, Nashville Valley Scottish Rite, Santa Monica Palisades Lodge #307, Hiram Lodge #7, Culver City Foshay Lodge #467, Yosemite National Park, Death Valley, with contributed footage from Jamaica, England, and other locations around the world.

    Director Johnny Royal has commented in the press that the film would not have been possible without the extraordinary team who were involved in the production process including Robert Doan (Producer), Sean Beavan (Producer, Music Supervisor, Composer, and Re-Recording Mixer ), known for his work on David Lynch's Lost Highway, and as Producer and Mixer for Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson, Jason Pachomski (Supervising Editor ), known for his work on Bates Motel and Hand of God, along with Ernest Chapman
    (Composer and Co-Producer), Juliette Beavan (Co-Producer and Composer), as well as Zach Brinkerhoff (Visual FX Supervisor), known for his work on the box office hits Thor and X-Men First Class.


Scottish Rite Center

6151 H Street, Sacramento, CA 95819-2604


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