SHC Welcomes Documentary Filmmaker Noah Hutton
- Date 02/01/16
- Time 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
- Location Schwab Auditorium
Join us in Schwab Auditorium for a special film screening and lecture with Noah Hutton on Monday, February 1, 2016.
FREE tickets will be available at the start of the spring semester in C4 Atherton Hall or at the HUB Information Desk.
Noah Hutton is the director of Crude Independence, a documentary about the North Dakota oil boom; Deep Time, and ethereal return to the same landowners, state officials, and oil workers he captured in Crude Independence, this time casting the ongoing boom in the wider context of paleo-cycles and climate change. More to Live For, the story of three lives, all shaken by cancer and dependent upon the one vital bone marrow match that could save them. From 2010 to 2025, Hutton will be filming Bluebrain, a documentary feature chronicling the progress of The Blue Brain Project-Neuroscientist Henry Markram's attempt to reverse-engineer a human brain, neuron by neuron, in a massive virtual simulation on IBM supercomputers. This is an event that you don't want to miss!
This lecture is cosponsored by the Penn State Reads Program and UPAC.