WAFT – Deep Dive Documentary
Every May Goshen College sends a group of students down to the Florida Keys to study marine biology. “Deep Dive: A Midwestern Legacy in the Florida Keys” tells the unique story of how Goshen College became one of the only schools in the nation to have their own research facility on the keys. The short documentary was made by Goshen College Communication students.
After the credits roll there will be a discussion with Filmmakers and faculty from the Marine Biology Program. During the discussion we’ll dive into the filmmaking process, the role of story in translating scientific research, the state of the reefs in the keys, and explore idea of resilience.
Join us at Art House for a free screening at 7:00pm on June 14th.
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Wide Angle Films and Talks
A new venture of the Community Resilience Guild, this bi-weekly programming hosted at Art House will focus on helping Goshen see a bigger picture of itself and the wider world through interactive and introspective mixed-media experiences. Ranging from feature-length documentaries to panel discussions, interviews, and presentations, these events will provide opportunities to dive deeper into current issues and events. We hope topics will challenge conventional thinking, provoke reflection and conversation, and inspire creativity and collaboration.