Sep 09 2014
Duk County and Notes On Blindness

Duk County and Notes On Blindness

Presented by Utah Film Center at Salt Lake City Public Library Main Branch

In 1983, writer and theologian John Hull became blind. To help make sense of his loss, he began keeping an audio diary. Encompassing dreams, memories and his imaginative life, Notes on Blindness immerses the viewer in Hull’s experiences.

A touching story about Dr. Geoff Tabin’s and Dr. Alan Crandall’s five-day mission to deliver eye care to a remote and war-torn region of South Sudan—the world’s newest country. The two eye-surgeons, along with John Dau, one of the original Lost Boys of Sudan, embark on a humanitarian expedition to restore sight at Dau’s Lost Boys clinic.

Admission Info

Free Admission

Dates & Times

2014/09/09 - 2014/09/09

Location Info

Salt Lake City Public Library Main Branch

210 East 400 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111