$125 SAR members // $150 not-yet-members (all but $25 from each ticket is tax deductible) Proceeds support the advancement of knowledge and understanding of humanity through SAR’s scholar and artist programs.
In 2012 author and SAR advisory board member Douglas Preston joined filmmakers Steve Elkins and Bill Benenson, along with a team of U.S. and Honduran scientists, archaeologists, indigenous community members and military personnel, for a journey deep into the Honduran rain forest. Using LIDAR technology, the team discovered signs of a long-hidden precontact metropolis.
Be the first to see the film that brings to life the adventure told in Preston’s 2017 best-selling book, The Lost City of the Monkey God, and join us on the visually stunning and groundbreaking expedition following the team into the dense jungle as they confirm their discovery.
A conversation with the film’s creators will follow the screening.
Next Day Speaker Salon // Thursday, October 24, 2019 // 10:00 a.m. // SAR’s Eric S. Dobkin Boardroom // SAR hosts the filmmakers and special guests for a deeper dive into the project’s history, trials, and triumphs. The salon provides participants with a better understanding of the project’s status today. Registration for the salon is separate from the film registration. Seating is limited and reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis. We encourage you to register early. The salon is free for SAR members and $15 not-yet-members Tickets: sarsf.info/lostcitysalon