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Holy Frit

Holy Frit (2021)

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“One of the great stories in modern glass art is coming to the screen. Holy Frit, a documentary film by Justin Monroe, shares the wild and winsome journey of Tim Carey and Judson Studios as they realize a church’s vision to create the world’s largest stained glass window of its kind. With plenty of human drama, creative travail, and colorful characters—including famed artist Narcissus Quagliata and folks from Bullseye Glass—it is a must-watch for art lovers in general and glass lovers especially“- Bullseye Studio

District’s Grade:A-
District’s Category:Classic
Sub-Genres:California, Religion, Art, Industry
Run Time:120 Mins
The District Categories: Niche (worth the watch for those interested in the topic), Worth It (worth your time), Classic (one of the best examples of the documentary genre), Skip It (not worth your time)

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“In this three-year race against time, Tim Carey, a talented, yet unknown LA artist, bluffs his way into winning the commission to create the largest stained-glass window of its kind. The problem is, he doesn’t know how to make it. After a desperate search, he finds someone who might have the answer…a famous glass maestro, named, Narcissus Quagliata“-  Slamdance

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TIM CAREY STUDIO

The District’s Quick Hits

Awards:N/A
Where To StreamSlamdance Film Festival ($)
Director:Justin Monore
Where To Stream sections are based on the films location at the time of the article’s published date. Some films may no longer be available on certain streaming services.

Holy Frit

2021
120 Minutes
Classic
Final Grade: A-
Now Streaming On: Slamdance Film Festival

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