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"Existential Risk" Screening and Q&A

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Existential Risk is a film about the possibility of human extinction or civilizational collapse, as these questions are grappled with in Cambridge, England. A personal documentary in which the filmmaker’s own existential crisis (micro) is contrasted with planetary risk (macro).

The film features (in order of appearance): Martin Rees, David Cleevely, Shahar Avin, Huw Price, Heather Douglas, Hugh Hunt, Adrian Currie, Jane Heal, Stephen Cave, Toby Walsh, Alan Blackwell, Sean Holden, Lucy Cheke, Stephen Layton.

Gary Walkow is an American filmmaker based in Cambridge. He has made ten feature films, including the Grand Prize Winner at the Sundance Film Festival.


This talk is part of the "Existential Risk" screening and Q & A series.

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