Wallace Stegner

Wallace Stegner

60 Minute Running Time
Genre/Subjects: Biopic, Documentary

This event is SOLD OUT!
Wednesday, February 24 at 7 PM; pre-screening reception at 6 PM
Post film discussion moderated by Cynthia Hessin, Rocky Mountain PBS Executive Producer, with the following panelists:
· Chips Barry, Manager, Denver Water
· Greg Hobbs, Justice, Colorado Supreme Court
· William Henderson, Lighthouse Writers Workshop instructor, former Stegner Fellow at Stanford
· Suzanne Jones, The Wilderness Society, regional director

Digital presentation - Wallace Stegner, a biographical film portrait of the acclaimed writer, conservationist and teacher, celebrates the 2009 centennial of his birth. Stegner, who became one of America’s most notable writers with books like the Pulitzer Prize-winning Angle of Repose and Beyond the Hundredth Meridian, mentored a generation’s great writers, including Ken Kesey, Edward Abbey and Larry McMurtry. Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor also was a student. Stegner’s The Wilderness Letter became the conscience of the conservation movement. This one-hour documentary paints a portrait of the West that Stegner so loved and reveals insights into his life through interviews with his famous students, contemporaries and family. Peter Coyote narrates.

This is a FREE screening. To RSVP, CLICK HERE
A partnership between Rocky Mountain PBS and the Denver Film Society

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