A Conversation with David Holbrooke @SGIS

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DavidHolbrooke icon-01David Holbrooke: Original Thinker

A Conversation with David Holbrooke @SGIS

  1. Thursday, November 17, 2016 3:00 p.m.
David Holbrooke

Lecture will take place in the atrium of the School of Global and International Studies.

David Holbrooke is a documentary filmmaker whose films include The Diplomat (2015), Hard as Nails (2007), Freaks Like Me (2005), Time for a New God (2004), and A Redwood Grows in Brooklyn (2006), featuring acclaimed nature photographer James Balog. Several of these films are part of an ongoing series he created called “Original Thinkers.” He is currently developing narrative features and several documentaries. David is also Festival Director of Telluride Mountainfilm in Colorado since 2008, where he lives with his family, two big dogs, and a bunch of bikes. David Holbrooke’s visit to Indiana University is presented in partnership between the School for Global and International Studies, The Media School, and IU Cinema.