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Trembling Giant

The Trembling Giant is a feature-length, documentary film inspired by the beauties of elk camp, the passion for hunting in the rugged Rocky Mountains and the unique connection between man, animal and nature.

Thursday, February 13, 2014 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Please join the ASOSU Environmental Affairs Office and the Student Subunits of the Wildlife Society and the American Fisheries Society as we film THE TREMBLING GIANT. We will be joined by director Jared Evens, with a question and answer period following the movie.

Throughout the years, hunting has been portrayed as an action sport, a blood game, one heart pounding moment of exhilaration after another – however, a seasoned hunter knows that it's more about the moments inbetween, a way to escape the modern world, to feel alive in nature and to spend quality time with family and friends.

The Trembling Giant is a feature-length documentary film that captures an honest look at why people hunt and explores the everyday beauty of life at elk camp in the rugged Colorado wilderness.

Filmed at 10,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains, The Trembling Giant follows three groups of bow hunters who share a passion for being in the outdoors, spending their days sleeping in tents and hiking for miles in hopes of calling in a mature bull. 


Linus Pauling Science Center (campus map)
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$2 with OSU ID, $5 without OSU ID
Andrew Futerman
futermaa at onid.orst.edu
ASOSU