Join us for another extraordinary season of National Geographic Live at Benaroya Hall! Our 2018–2019 Seattle Speaker Series crisscrosses the globe and even reaches back through time, from the imposing pyramids of ancient Egypt to thousands of tiny moments captured on present-day Ellis Island.
Photographer Ronan Donovan reveals what we can learn from social animals. Egyptologist Kara Cooney takes a closer look at a time when women ruled supreme. Filmmaker Filipe DeAndrade works to preserve vital animal habitats. Filmmaker Bryan Smith recounts extreme filmmaking field work, from ice climbing to paragliding. Marine biologist Thomas Peschak swims with sharks and takes us on a world tour of the ocean. Photographer Stephen Wilkes takes thousands of images from a fixed camera position and creates striking composite images of iconic cityscapes.
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JANE with the Seattle Symphony
Tuesday, 8 January, 2019 7:30PM
Immerse yourself in the world of pioneering primatologist Jane Goodall with the stunning National Geographic documentary, JANE. The film is set against a rich orchestral score from legendary composer Philip Glass. See the film on a giant screen while the Seattle Symphony performs Glass’ score live in the concert hall.