dir. Patricio Guzmán, 2010, 90 min.
Can stuff help us glimpse the spatially and temporally inaccessible? This Chilean documentary simultaneously follows two investigations in the massive Atacama desert: that of outer space, through giant telescopes taking advantage of the desert aridity, and that of women digging through the earth in search of bone fragments of loved ones disappeared by Pinochet's dictatorial regime.
Remarks following the film by Jens Andermann, Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, New York University, with Nancy Roane, PhD Candidate, Comparative Literature and Cinema Studies, Penn.
Film Series presented by the Wolf Humanities Center and the Cinema and Media Studies Program in collaboration with Lightbox Film Center. Series curated by Rahul Mukherjee (Dick Wolf Assistant Professor of Television and New Media Studies), Vikrant Dadawala (PhD Candidate, English/Cinema Studies), and Nancy Lee Roane (Phd Candidate, Comparative Literature/Cinema Studies).
E-WASTE DRIVE | In partnership with Penn Sustainability’s Eco-Reps and eForce Recycling, the Wolf Humanities Center will be collecting e-waste before the screening. Please bring any small electronic devices you wish to dispose of (old cell phones, batteries, chargers, radios, laptops, keyboards, mice, calculators, cameras… or any other small electronic devices) and look for the Eco-Reps students and a collection box at the auditorium entrance!