Walden, a new Ewers Brothers film Executive Produced by Ken Burns
Film Premiere, Remarks and Q&A with Don Henley, Ken Burns, and Erik Ewers.
Douglas Brinkley, CNN's Presidential Historian and a professor of history at Rice University, will moderate the discussion.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017, 7:30 pm
VIP tickets include Preferred Seating and Reception with Don Henley, Ken Burns, and Erik Ewers at 6:30 pm
VIP Tickets: $100
General Tickets: Available at $50 and $35
140 Commonwealth Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA
Recording artist Don Henley, filmmaker Ken Burns, and co-director Erik Ewers will host the Premiere of Walden—a 20-minute documentary about author/philosopher Henry David Thoreau—on Wednesday, November 8th, at 7:30 p.m. at the Robsham Theater on the Boston College campus. The presentation will include remarks by the hosts along with Q&A.
Walden was executive produced by Ken Burns, directed by Christopher and Erik Ewers, and produced by Julie Coffman of Ewers Brothers Productions, in consultation with the Walden Woods Project. It focuses on the relationship between Thoreau’s philosophy and contemporary societal and environmental challenges. The Walden Woods Project was founded in 1990 by Don Henley to preserve the land and legacy of author/philosopher Henry David Thoreau. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit educational and interpretive programs at the Walden Pond State Reservation.