Screen/Society--Duke Global Health Film Festival--Global Health Student Film Festival
Global Health Student Film Festival
Come and watch the best of the Duke and UNC-CH Student film production on issues related to Global Health, Science, Research, Human Rights, etc.
-- Followed by a reception at 6:00pm in the lobby of the Richard White Lecture Hall!
Works to be screened:
(1) Mathama Bility - Ebola in Liberia
(2) Denali Dahl - Race and Health in Durham
(3) Liane Emerson - Dispatch from the Field: Peruvian Amazon
(4) Bennett Hartley - COPE (Caring for Orphans; Promoting Empowerment)
(5) Meade Inglis - Anesthesia
(6) Michaela O'Brien - In Crystal Skin / Piel de Cristal
(7) Allie Superdock - Nor can Foot Feel: a mother and son seek burn treatment
(8) Edom Tilahun, Brook Whitfield and Andrew Wang - I Am Me, The Face of HIV
Cost: Free and open to the public.
Sponsors: The Duke Global Health Institute (GHI), the Kenan Institute for Ethics, the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), the Health Humanities Lab at FHI, and the Program in the Arts of Moving Image (AMI).