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Animals in the Moving Image: A Documentary Film Series

The Stanford Environmental Humanities Project presents Animals in the Moving Image: A Documentary Film Series.  Please join us for an evening of documentary films exploring the complex relationships between humans and animals. Refreshments will be served. 
Tokyo Waka (John Haptas and Kristine Samuelson, 2012, 63 minutes)
A poem about a city, its people, and 20,000 crows. "A nimble consideration of the collision between the wildness of nature and the orderly bustle of modern urban life . . . an essay on ornithology, Japanese culture and the challenges of pest control." - A. O. Scott, New York Times
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The Shrimp (Keith Wilson, 2010, 15 minutes)  
A lush visualist's documentary that follows the life cycle of a shrimp along the marshes of Savannah, Georgia. Beautifully etched images and a canny audio soundtrack create a rich observational work about Southern culture, human folly and the interplay of natural and built environments.  



Wednesday, May 21, 2014. 07:00PM


Cantor Arts Center Auditorium


Cantor Arts Center, Environmental Humanities Project, Stanford Arts Institute, Department of Art & Art History