Anthropologist Paula Sablouff. Courtesy/SFI
The popular Science On Screen series at the Center for Contemporary Arts, 1050 Old Pecos Trail in Santa Fe, continues at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, with anthropologist Paula Sabloff’s take on Never Cry Wolf.
Dropped alone into the Arctic Circle to study the hunting patterns of wolves, a biologist discovers the deeper mysteries of the wild.
Sabloff, a Santa Fe Institute (SFI) professor and anthropologist, brings a natural science perspective, gleaned from years of field work, to Carroll Ballard’s 1983 Oscar-nominated classic.
Advance tickets are recommended. For tickets and prices, call the CCA Box Office at 505-98201338.
The Science On Screen series is a collaboration between SFI and the Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Santa Fe.
During each showing, an SFI scientist presents a favorite film, offering personal perspectives from the world of science. It’s an idea-rich spin on the movies.
The 2013 encore series, presented in conjunction with the Coolidge Corner Theater and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, offers three classic films selected by SFI scientists.
The Santa Fe Institute is a nonprofit research center located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Its scientists collaborate across disciplines to understand the complex systems that underlie critical questions for science and humanity.
The Institute is supported by philanthropic individuals and foundations, forward-thinking partner companies, and government science agencies.