Legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog screens Grizzly Man
Wed, 4/6 · 6:00 pm—9:00 pm EDT · James Stewart Film Theater
Lewis Center for the Arts' Program in Visual Arts; Department of German; Department of Art & Archaeology
Grizzly Man is the critically acclaimed 2005 American documentary film directed by German director Werner Herzog, and produced by Erik Nelson. It chronicles the life and death of bear enthusiast Timothy Treadwell, and includes some of Treadwell’s own footage of his extraordinary interactions with brown bears, and interviews with people who knew Treadwell. This award winning documentary was co-produced by Discovery Docs, the Discovery Channel’s former theatrical documentary unit, and Lionsgate Entertainment. The film’s soundtrack is by British singer-songwriter and guitarist Richard Thompson, who improvised the soundtrack under Herzog’s direction, a recording session chronicled in the short film In The Edges. A Q & A with Werner Herzog will follow the screening.
Note: The screening and Q & A following will only be presented in-person.
Tickets and Details
The screening is free and open to the public. Advance tickets required; get tickets through University Ticketing.
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