HUMAN NATURE delves into the scientific and ethical dilemmas of CRISPR – the technology which makes it possible to “edit” human DNA. This revolutionary discovery makes doctors and scientists able to cure diseases which have long been considered untreatable, but with this power comes a host of difficult philosophical questions. In this informative and nuanced documentary, filmmaker Adam Bolt explains how the choices humanity makes regarding CRISPR today will impact our future as a species.
HUMAN NATURE will also be screened in the University Aula on Thursday 26 September at 16:30 with a debate (in Norwegian). Read more about the programme in the University Aula // Book tickets to screenings in the University Aula
Adam Bolt (USA) HUMAN NATURE is Bolt’s debut as a director.