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Documentary filmmaker Michael Rabiger to give BYU Fulton Chair lecture March 30

Documentary filmmaker and author Michael Rabiger will present a lecture, “Find Your Voice: Where Stories Come From,” on Thursday, March 30, at 11 a.m. in the Nelke Theatre of the Harris Fine Arts Center as part of the Brigham Young University Mary Lou Fulton Endowed Chair Lecture Series.

Admission is free and the public is welcome.

Rabiger is a documentary filmmaker and has directed more than 35 films. He is also the author of two books on directing and another on developing story ideas. As a professor emeritus of Columbia College in Chicago, Rabiger has presented international film workshops in Argentina, Spain, Mexico and Sweden.

The lecture is the first of three in a Media Arts Program series on “The Moving Image: Film and Spirit.”

“The lectures in the series will examine how the ways we see, listen and think influence who we are and what we create,” said Carolyn Hanson, administrative assistant in the Theatre and Media Arts Department. “Rabiger’s lecture on ‘Finding your Voice’ lines up with our theme of spirituality in the moving image.”

For more information, contact Carolyn Hanson at (801) 422-4576.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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