Sharon Shattuck & Flora Lichtman | 4 min | USA | 2011
When a whale dies, the story has just begun.
Science for Nanos, UCD Imagine Science Film Festival
11:00am | Saturday July 6, 2012
Directed, Edited and Produced by | Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman
Cinematography by | Artem Agafanov
Puppets and set design by | Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman
Motion Graphics by | Sharon Shattuck
On-set lighting by | Flora Lichtman
Music by | Rachel’s
Concept by | Lynn Levy
Sharon Shattuck is a filmmaker-animator with Sweet Fern Productions, and is a member of the creative team at Wicked Delicate Films. Sharon has recent credits with the Huffington Post, the New York Times, Slate, PBS, ProPublica, the WNYC shows On The Media and Radiolab, and various documentaries produced by Wicked Delicate Films, including the POV documentary ‘The City Dark,’ and ‘Truck Farm.’ She’s also a botanist, and has worked on ecological research projects in Panama and in the U.S.
Flora Lichtman is the multimedia editor at National Public Radio’s Science Friday, where she makes videos for the web and chats about them on the radio. She’s also the co-author of Annoying: The Science Of What Bugs Us (Wiley, 2011), writes regularly for Popular Science magazine, and enjoys fishing. She’s very competent with a soldering iron and a strand of Christmas tree lights.