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THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE IN DOCUMENTARY FILMS

PREVIOUS EVENTS

case-bannerTHE CASE AGAINST 8
featuring live Q&A with Director Ryan White

In partnership with Salt Lake Film Society, the Tanner Humanities Center held a VIP reception and free, public screening of the Sundance-award winning documentary The Case Against 8 to university and community members on November 15, 2015. Following the screening, the film’s Director Ryan White was available for a Q&A session that focused on changing marriage equality laws in Utah and throughout the nation.

Very special thanks to our sponsors
Salt Lake Film Society, Bruce W. Bastian Foundation, David Eccles School of Business Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, LGBTQ-Affirmative Psychotherapist Guild, Love Utah Give Utah, the University of Utah College of Law, and Office for Equity and Diversity. 


ABOUT "THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE IN DOCUMENTARY FILMS"

This new Tanner Humanities Center initiative seeks to use the medium of film to explore the critical issues that face us both as individuals and in community.  Not only will our program offer screenings of vital films, but also bring campus and community into dialogue with filmmakers who will share the experience through the lens.

Last Updated: 3/28/17