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Nature: Salmon, Running the Gauntlet

Nature: Salmon, Running the GauntletWednesday September 4 at 8 p.m. – This film investigates the parallel stories of collapsing Pacific salmon populations and how biologists and engineers engage in audacious experiments to shore up their numbers.

Mammoth Cave: A Way To Wonder

Mammoth Cave: A Way To WonderWednesday at 9 p.m. - This hour-long documentary relates the remarkable history of Mammoth Cave National Park.

Independent Lens: Reel Injun – On the Trail of the Hollwood Indian

Independent Lens: Reel Injun – On the Trail of the Hollwood Indian- Tuesday at 9 p.m. –  Kemosabe? Loincloths, fringed pants, and feather headdresses? Heap big stereotypes. Reel Injun is an entertaining trip through the evolution of North American Native people (“The Indians”) as portrayed in famous Hollywood movies, from the silent era to today. Jim Jarmusch, Clint Eastwood, Graham Greene, John Trudell and others provide [...]

Glacier Park Remembered

Glacier Park Remembered- Wednesday at 8 p.m. –    Travel in time with us as we follow the adventures of our counterparts 100 years ago through rare, restored old film, museum pictures, and historical memorabilia. See how eastern city slickers were lured to north central Montana by a glitzy promotional campaign promoted by the Great Northern Railroad.

Evening at Egan: Being Caribou – Five Months on Foot with An Arctic Herd

Evening at Egan: Being Caribou – Five Months on Foot with An Arctic Herd-  Friday at 9 p.m.  -     In April 2003 wildlife biologist Karsten Heuer and his filmmaker wife, Leanne Allison, set off on a trek of epic proportions. For five months they skied and walked alongside the 123,000-member Porcupine Caribou Herd from their Yukon winter range to Alaskan calving grounds and back.  The couple’s mission? [...]

A Fall From Freedom

A Fall From FreedomThe first in-depth documentary on the controversies of capturing and displaying whales and dolphins for public entertainment.

The Whales of Alaska’s Inside Passage

The Whales of Alaska’s Inside PassageThis documentary provides a rare glimpse into the lives of these now beloved cetaceans.

Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey

Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey- Wednesday at 9 p.m. - Although Edgar Payne was chiefly self taught, he became one of America’s most significant painters in the early 20th century.  A California impressionist, Payne created masterpieces using his innate talents and his love for the natural environment.  Best known for his depictions of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Payne also [...]

Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves

Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves- Coming Wednesday August 14 at 8 p.m. -   What happens when two great predators come face to face in Yellowstone?

What Shall We Do With Our Histories?

What Shall We Do With Our Histories?-  Friday at 8:00 pm  -  Join UAS  Assistant Professor of History, Ernestine Hayes, for this address which she delivered to the 2012 Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment Conference and the International Polar Year gathering.  Hayes presents the recent history of Lingit Aani and examines its relevance to current circumstances from [...]