Swedish-born filmmaker Stefan Quinth will host a film screening and discussion at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 29, at the downtown library.
Quinth's work focuses on animals, nature and diverse cultures. He has worked and filmed in more than 40 countries since 1976, recently focusing on the brown bears of Alaska and "The Snake People of Sri Lanka." His work includes the film "Deadly Passion: Tragedy in Katmai," which covers the tragic deaths of Timothy Treadwell and Annie Huguenard.
For more information on Quinth's work visit www.cameraq.com. For more information on Friday's program call the library at 586-5249.
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