Indiana Waterways Film Tour makes stop in South Bend May 17
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Indiana Humanities is making a stop in South Bend this month during its multi-city film tour about Indiana’s waterways.
The tour will stop at the Studebaker 112 on May 17 for a free screening of the documentary films.
The films focus on issues of access to and conservation of water and the inhabitants around Indiana’s waterways. This event is part of the Unearthed initiative, Indiana Humanities’ multi-year environmental programming theme.
“We’re excited to support these films that explore our relationships with Indiana’s waterways, as individuals and as communities,” says Megan Telligman, Director of Programs at Indiana Humanities. “We hope this work sparks conversation about our understanding of the natural world and humanity’s legacy on our planet.”
The following films will be screened:
- The Net Makers by Hannah Lindgren
- Hellbender in the Blue by Katelyn Calhoun
- Land Val•ues by Johnny Klemme and Ben Massie
- Cast Out by Will Wertz
- Calumet: The Region’s River by Samuel Love and Raymar Brunson
- Water Scouts by Turner Fair and Anna Zanoni
The screening is free and open to the public but films are recommended for viewers over the age of 12.
Advance registration is recommended but a ticket does not guarantee a seat.
Seats are available first-come, first-served.
Doors will open 30 minutes before the films begin. The screening begins at 6:30 p.m.
Snacks and drink will be offered and beer will be available from Metazoa Brewing.