Karslake will explore what it means to rise above cynicism and to find fulfillment in choosing action over apathy in order to make the world a better place. The Last Best Hope series seeks to inspire people to become a part of something larger than themselves echoing Hildene's mission: Values into Action.
While this program is free and open to all, reservations are strongly recommended as seating is limited.
Karslake's highly acclaimed work deals with social justice issues both domestic and international. His film "For the Bible Tells Me So," a Sundance Film Festival favorite and a 2008 Academy Award short-list film, was recognized by Entertainment Weekly magazine as one of five films that has changed the world. Anticipation is building for his next film, "Every Three Seconds," which is to be released this fall.
Karslake is president of DK Works, a production company dedicated to creating high quality, thought-provoking theatre, television and film. He teaches documentary filmmaking at Duke University. He has also been a visiting scholar at Stanford University where he first began work on "Every Three Seconds." Prior to his documentary film work, Karslake was an Emmy Award nominated producer of the PBS news magazine In the Life.
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