“Great Controversy” premieres

The Logan Center for the Arts at 915 E. 60th St. will be holding a premiere for the Chicago-based film, “Great Controversy” on June 30 at 6 p.m.
The film, a Christian project, is directed by Marc C. Thevenin and features a loose interpretation of the conclusion of the 1858 publication of “The Great Controversy” by Ellen White. The story also follows the life of a man affected by post traumatic stress disorder.
The cast is primarily Chicago based, as is the storyline. Thevenin explains that Chicago is “underappreciated and undershot” in terms of airtime. He wanted to shoot the film in a “unique location.” With scenes at the lakefront, the Shedd Aquarium, and Lake Shore Drive, New Yorker Thevenin, has “come to appreciate Chicago as a beautiful city.”
Admission is $10.
Tickets and further information can be found at eventbrite.com/event/6836886311/efblike#