Film Programs
Special Events: Summer 2014

August 27 and 31 at 2:00
West Building Lecture Hall

Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky’s large-format photographs of altered landscapes are both visually stunning and deeply disturbing — revealing, as they often do, the far-reaching damage brought on by human activity. In Watermark, Burtynsky, co-director Jennifer Baichwal, and cinematographer Nick de Pencier take a contemplative (if sobering) approach to that most fundamental of all the elements — water. They travel around the globe to evoke the beauty, mystery, influence, and power of water over the course of time. (Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky, 2013, 92 minutes)

courtesy Edward Burtynsky


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