The 55-minute documentary-style film depicts the successes and struggles of Carson who has been lauded as the “patron saint” of modern environmentalism. Carson’s role is played by award-winning playwright and actress Kailulani Lee, a 1999 graduate of NTBG’s Environmental Journalism Fellowship program.
Lee, who wrote the play on which the film is based, has brought Carson’s environmental message to untold thousands during a 150-city tour and in international performances with the upcoming PBS broadcast sure to inspire new audiences at home and abroad.
For local broadcast dates and times, visit A Sense of Wonder-Film or PBS
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