Film Series

A place of hope and hospitality for the world.

Partnering with the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Institute

Announcement: Monastery Closed

The Sisters of Benet Hill Monastery are committed to providing a place of hope and hospitality, as well as a safe and healthy environment for everyone. As we learn more about the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), our primary concern is for the welfare of our sisters who live here and for staff members. Currently, no sister or staff member is infected with the virus. We ask for your patience and understanding as we take steps to protect and prevent the spread of this virus to our most vulnerable. Therefore, THE MONASTERY IS CLOSED and we are suspending all activities at the monastery including Sunday Liturgy, retreats, classes, films, concerts, tours, spiritual direction, 12 Step meeting and all other events through April 4, 2020.  We will re-evaluate the situation at that time and keep you informed of changes.

As always, we continue to pray for you and ask for your prayers during this uncertain time. Please send any special prayer intentions to, knowing that we pray three times a day for your concerns. May we all remember the unconditional love of our God. 

Blessings and Peace,

Sister Clare Carr, Prioress

The Sisters of Benet Hill Monastery desire to educate and enlighten the community about contemporary issues and how people of extraordinary strength and faith inspire us through their ways of handling adversity. Please join us for the discussion following each movie.

All films are shown on Friday at 6:30 PM and are FREE, but we do ask you to REGISTER HERE for planning purposes.

Please scroll below for our 2019-2020 Film Series schedule.

Mar. 13, 2020 ~ Lessons From a School Shooting: Notes from Dunblane
After the events of the Sandy Hook Massacre, a priest from Dunblane, Scotland, reached out to offer his support to a priest in the area. The resulting film follows these two men as they sort through their personal sadness and how gun violence has harmed their congregations.

May 1, 2020 ~ Heaven is a Traffic Jam on the 405
This thoughtful documentary profiles a brilliant, but tortured 56-year-old artist named Mindy Alper, who channels her depression and anxiety into her work. We get an intimate look at her life along with flashes of Mindy’s impressive art.