Grace A. Tanner Center

Senses of Place: A Documentary Film Series that explores connections between human values and place

A collaboration between the Grace A. Tanner Center in Human Values and the Gerald R. Sherratt Library. Curator: Christopher Clark, outreach librarian, christopherclark1@suu.edu

All films are free and open to the public.

Rabbit á la Berlin (Mauerhase)

  • Tuesday, February 4
    6:00 pm
    Student Center Theater

This Oscar-nominated short film tells the story of the Berlin Wall but from the point of view of a group of wild rabbits that inhabited the zone between the two walls separating West Berlin from East Germany during the Cold War.

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Albatross

  • Wednesday, February 27
    6:30 pm
    Student Center Theater

Artist Chris Jordan alit on Midway Island in 2009 to photograph the albatrosses that populate this small spot of land in the middle of the Pacific. Little did Jordan know that he would return time and again to Midway on a wildly challenging eight-year odyssey to tell the story of these remarkable birds and what they mean to him. Exquisitely beautiful, immensely touching and ultimately inspiring, Albatross takes us on a journey to this remote island that few people ever see. What we glean is a profound understanding of how our everyday material lives intersect with the natural world, even when it seems far away.

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