Wednesday, November 14, 2012 4:00pm » $8 (TICKETS ON SALE)
—SHORT FILM PROGRAM—
Come check out at the legendary art house in Carroll Gardens, a collection of films told from the point of view of animals for human audiences. Learn about what the plankton has to say or hear the short stories of the whale. And discover the carnivorous world of plants. Lastly, nothing more, nothing less than a primate drama.
Cobble Hill Theatre | Brooklyn (Carroll Gardens)
265 Court Street
F, G at Bergen St.; F, G at Carroll St.
In collaboration with Secret Science Club
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 8pm »
—BIOBUS GUEST APPEARANCE – 5-7pm—
—EXPERIMENT BY LUIS NIETO—
Prof Nieto’s passion for video has never left him and he continues to film all his experiences and experiments. In 2009, he co-directed with the primatologist Prof. Shibuya, an experimental protocol on animal communication in Japan. They taught the cinematographic language to a monkey named “Capucine”. This successful process led to Capucine getting the title of the first monkey filmmaker in the world.
For his Imagine Science New York debut, Prof Nieto a unique and mind-blowing surprise for the Bell House. Expect the unexpected from this unique evening where science and the surreal become happy bedfellows!
—SHORT FILM PROGRAM—
Challenging the boundaries of fictional narratives and imaginative experiments, this film program explores various ways for visualizing data. From photo microscopy, to time-lapse imaging, take advantage of this rare chance to see some of the first images of microscopic life, captured by historic fine art photographer Roman Vishniac in the 1960s.
Roman’s Vishniac’s Cinemicroscopy
Periodic Table Table
X inactivation and Epigenetics
Whiskey Water Trick
Insane in the Chromatophores
Discovering Mount Gorgonosa
Superluminal Neutrinos in 5 minutes
HP – Hit print
Poems on the Underground
Lego Technic Super 8 Projector
Huber Experiments – Vol. 1
A Rogue Idea
Lord Cry Cry
Myxococcus Xanthus colony
The Bell House | Brooklyn (Gowanus area)
149 7th St. Park Slope (between 2nd and 3rd Ave)
F, G, R to 9th St. & 4thAve.