Glasgow Science Festival: Homo Sapiens - Screening & Discussion

Glasgow Science Festival: Join us for a screening of hypnotic, science fiction documentary 'Homo Sapiens' (2016).

Glasgow Science Festival: Homo Sapiens - Screening & Discussion

About Glasgow Science Festival: Homo Sapiens - Screening & Discussion

The film will be followed by an interactive panel discussion to explore the deep-timescales of environmental damage and how film can raise awareness of such issues. The panel discussion will feature Prof Deborah Dickson (Geography & Earth Science), Dr Rhys Williams (English Literature) and Prof Carl Lavery (Theatre, Film & Television Studies). Hosted by the University of Glasgow's Toby Wilson (Culture & Creative Arts).

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