Saturday 19th April 2014,
Imagine Science Films
Strange Lines and Distances

Strange Lines and Distances

Joshua Bonnetta | 30 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS Strange Lines and Distances is a two-channel audio-visual installation focusing on Guglielmo Marconi’s first transatlantic radio broadcast. The work is inspired by Marconi’s belief that sound never diminishes, but rather [...]

October 5, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films
Cubic Limit

Cubic Limit

Manfred Mohr | 4 min | France | 1973-74 SYNOPSIS During Manfred Mohr’s legendary 1971 exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris, he met the CEO of C.G.M (La Companie Generale de Micromatique), a data storage and preservation [...]

October 5, 2013 2013, Animation, Art piece, Experiment, Films
Mesocosm (Wink, TX)

Mesocosm (Wink, TX)

Marina Zurkow | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Mesocosm (Wink, Texas) is part of a series of animated landscapes that develop and change over time in response to software-driven data inputs. The title Mesocosm is drawn from the field of environmental science, referring to experimental, [...]

October 5, 2013 2013, Animation, Art piece, Docu-Fiction, Films
Network B

Network B

Casey Reas | USA | 2009 SYNOPSIS Network B is software that combines recorded drawings with generative processes to build fictional networks. As marks recorded by Reas are played back through the software, elements defined by the Process 4 text are activated to [...]

October 5, 2013 2013, Art piece, Experiment
Hard Data

Hard Data

R. Luke DuBois | USA | 2009 SYNOPSIS Hard Data is a data-mining, sonification, and visualization project by R. Luke DuBois that uses statistics from the American military actions in Iraq as source material for a series of audiovisual compositions.  Using Xenakis’ understanding of formalized [...]

October 5, 2013 2013, Art piece, Experiment, Films
La Bohème: A Portrait of Today’s Oceans (Performance Preview)

La Bohème: A Portrait of Today’s Oceans (Performance Preview)

Mara Hasseltine | 1 min | USA | 2013 SYNOPSIS Depicting the poor young poet Rodolfo, who falls in love with Mimi, a young grisette who is dying of consumption. In this case, Mimi is the plankton sculpture ensnared in [...]

October 2, 2013 2013, Art piece, Experiment, Films
Invisible Ocean: Plankton and Plastic

Invisible Ocean: Plankton and Plastic

Emily V. Driscoll | 8 min | USA | 2013 SPECIAL ADVANCE SCREENING SYNOPSIS During a Tara Oceans expedition to study the health of the oceans, NYC sci-artist Mara Haseltine finds an unsettling presence in samples of plankton she collected. [...]

October 2, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Live Action
System Technology

System Technology

System Development Corportation | 7 min | USA | 1960s SYNOPSIS Data and raw computer code are physically visualized in one of their earliest incarnations in this excerpt from a 60s-era tour of the computerization of the U.S. Air Defense: [...]

September 30, 2013 2013, Archival Footage, Documentary, Films
The Incredible Machine

The Incredible Machine

Paul Cohen | 15 min | USA | 1968 SYNOPSIS Produced in 1968 at Bell Labs, The Incredible Machine takes the viewer across the bleeding edge of 45-year-old computer science: simulated circuitry, voice synthesis, digital graphics, and, via a shocking revelation [...]

September 30, 2013 2013, Archival Footage, Documentary, Films
Someday Somewhere Beyond

Someday Somewhere Beyond

Someday Somewhere Beyond | 20 min | USA | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS Imagine a city in space, a round structure miles across that millions of people would call home. Engineers working at [...]

September 30, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Sci-Fi
This is and is not a film.

This is and is not a film.

Jessica Brillhart | 7 min | USA | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS This is a film (or not a film, depending on what part of the multi-verse you’re from) about harnessing the laws of [...]

September 27, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
Reflections: R. Buckminster Fuller

Reflections: R. Buckminster Fuller

Robert Snyder & Jaime Snyder | 60 min | USA | 1977 SYNOPSIS Made for the U.S. Information Agency in 1977 by award-winning filmmakers Robert & Jaime Snyder, Reflections is a tightly-framed portrait of the life and versatile mind of a [...]

September 27, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Historical
Forms

Forms

Memo Akten & Quayola | 3 min | UK | 2012 EAST COAST PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Forms is an ongoing collaboration between visuals artists Memo Akten and Quayola, a series of studies on human motion, and its reverberations through space and time. [...]

September 25, 2013 2013, Animation, Documentary, Experiment, Films
We Will Live Again

We Will Live Again

Myles Kane & Joshua Koury | 12 min | USA | 2013 SYNOPSIS We Will Live Again looks inside the unusual and extraordinary operations of the Cryonics Institute. The film follows Ben Best and Andy Zawacki, the caretakers of 99 deceased [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
663114

663114

Isamu Hirabayashi | 7 min | Japan | 2011 SYNOPSIS 663114 comes after the recent major earthquake which struck Japan. There is a desire as an artist to make something to leave behind and it is a piece of work that has [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Animation, Docu-Fiction
Silent Passengers

Silent Passengers

Hirofumi Nakamoto | 15 min | Japan | 2012 NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A man catches hermit crabs which only live on a certain island in Japan. He releases them in his hotel room. Large numbers of hermit crabs are spread around and [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films
Herbarium

Herbarium

Barbara Visser | 7 min | Netherlands | 2013 NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS ‘Herbarium’ is a cinematographic observation based on the changes in the classification of plants. Going from classical taxonomy to genetic [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Animation, Experiment, Films
Genesis

Genesis

Guillermo Daldovo & Francisco Miranda | 2 min | Argentina | 2013 NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS Genesis is an introspective look on the begining of matter, from the tiniest cells up to the huge [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Animation, Films
Return to Sender

Return to Sender

Denise Hauser | 12 min | Norway | 2012 (watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS A female scientist lives a lonely and isolated life on the coast of Greenland. She is looking for the perfect partner to keep [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Animation, Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi
Alien Repair Guy

Alien Repair Guy

Øystein Moe & Alexander Somma | 13 min | Norway | 2012 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS A sci-fi story about where we come from, and about whose pawns we are – a film about what goes on [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi
Astronomer’s Paradise

Astronomer’s Paradise

Christoph Malin | 6 min | Austria | 2012 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS Cerro Paranal is an astronomers paradise with its stunningly dark, steady and transparent sky. Located in the barren Atacama Desert of Chile it is [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Documentary
The ISS Image Frontier – Making the Invisible Visible

The ISS Image Frontier – Making the Invisible Visible

Christoph Malin | 19 min | Austria | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE (view in the ISFF 2103 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS A tribute to the International Space Station Program and Dr. Don Pettit, NASA Astronaut and ISS Astrophotographer. It can not be overemphasized how [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
Here and the Great Elsewhere

Here and the Great Elsewhere

Michèle Lemieux | 14 min | Canada | 2012 SYNOPSIS Lost in a reverie, a man reels with sudden, piercing awareness of his own state of being. He ponders the world in which he lives—from the evolution of life and the [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Animation, Fiction, Films
Remanence III

Remanence III

Joshua Bonnetta | 2 min | USA | 2013 SYNOPSIS Remanence or residual magnetization is the property where by a demagnetized material retains a trace of its original magnetization. Remanence I-IV is a series of works created from a demagnetized [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Experiment, Films, Recycled Footage
Sight

Sight

Eran May-raz & Daniel Lazo | 8 min | Israel | 2012 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS In an all-too-plausible near future, contact lens-based computing floods any experience with information, analysis, and instant connectivity. As a date unfolds [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi
Emergency Calls

Emergency Calls

Hannes Vartiainen & Pekka Veikkolainen | 15 min | Finland | 2013 NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Being human is a fragile and fleeting opportunity to experience life and the universe around us. In the face of overwhelming darkness all we can [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Recycled Footage
Gates of Life

Gates of Life

Hannes Vartiainen & Pekka Veikkolainen | 6 min | Finland | 2012 (Watch in the ISFF 2103 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS Brief moments of life stolen from passing-by strangers form a sequence of events hidden in plain sight. SCREENING SCHEDULE The Art of [...]

September 23, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films
Oscillate

Oscillate

Daniel Sierra | 4 min | USA | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS An evolving abstract visualization of the patterns formed by overlapping sine waves set in conjunction to music. SCREENING SCHEDULE The Art of Code, 6th Annual Imagine Science Film [...]

September 22, 2013 2013, Animation, Films, Music Video
Playground

Playground

Mirai Mizue | 4 min | Japan | 2010 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Biomorphic forms shift and evolve in complex play. Cells become systems, systems become organisms. The dance of life goes on. SCREENING SCHEDULE DNA Dreams, 6th Annual Imagine Science [...]

September 22, 2013 2013, Animation, Experiment, Films
Modern no.2

Modern no.2

Mirai Mizue | 4 min | Japan | 2011 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS We went for it without any hesitation. We’ve formed the world at a quickening pace. What on earth is this world that we’ve created? SCREENING SCHEDULE The [...]

September 22, 2013 2013, Animation, Experiment, Films
Some Part of Us Will Have Become

Some Part of Us Will Have Become

Semiconductor | 6 min | UK | 2012 SYNOPSIS Some Part of Us Will Have Become is the lament of a lone robot bearing witness to a man-made disaster. Made using internet streams captured during the Deepwater Horizon disaster Semiconductor have [...]

September 22, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Recycled Footage, Sci-Fi
20Hz

20Hz

Semiconductor | 5 min | UK | 2011 SYNOPSIS 20Hz observes a geo-magnetic storm occurring in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. Working with data collected from the CARISMA radio array and interpreted as audio, we hear tweeting and rumbles caused by [...]

September 22, 2013 2013, Animation, Documentary, Experiment, Films
#PostModem

#PostModem

Jillian Mayer & Lucas Levya | 15 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS A comedic, satirical, sci-fi pop musical based on the theories of Ray Kurzweil and other futurists, #PostModem is the story of two Miami girls and how they deal [...]

September 22, 2013 2013, Experiment, Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi
whiteonwhite:algorhythmicnoir

whiteonwhite:algorhythmicnoir

Eve Sussman | 90 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS An expedition to the banks of the Caspian landed Rufus Corporation in a dystopian “future-opolis” that became the location for their experimental film noir. Pushing the envelope of cinematic form, [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Drama, Experiment, Feature, Films, Sci-Fi
DNA Dreams

DNA Dreams

  Bregtje van der Haak | 54 min | The Netherlands | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS What if you were allowed to have only one child and had the option of selecting its genes? Would you choose for a [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Documentary, Feature, Films, Lab Footage
The Decelerator Helmet

The Decelerator Helmet

Lorenz Potthast | 3 min | Germany | 2012 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS This project documentation explains the principles and thoughts behind the Decelerator Helmet: A helmet that offers a perception of the world in slow [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Sci-Fi
Repeat Till Overdose

Repeat Till Overdose

Zlatimir Arakliev | 3 min | Bulgaria | 2013 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS In the process of rolling the particles release energy due to the friction between them. This leads to a strong heating. The temperature rises steadily and may lead to [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Animation, Experiment, Films
Micromegas

Micromegas

François Mathieu, Jessica Perrin, Anne Murray-Potvin, & Benjamin Vigneron | 4 min | Canada | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE (view in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS This experimental film will transport you to a trip. You will explore three fictive environments [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films
Supernova Sonata

Supernova Sonata

Alex Parker | 2 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS This animation is a compilation of the 241 Type Ia supernovae seen in these fields during the CFHT Legacy Survey. The four Deep Fields are shown in color, and the [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Animation, Documentary, Films
Worlds: The Kepler Planet Candidates

Worlds: The Kepler Planet Candidates

Alex Parker | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS This animation shows the 2299 high-quality (multiple transits), non-circumbinary transiting planet candidates found by NASA’s Kepler mission so far. These candidates were detected around 1770 unique stars, but are animated [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Animation, Documentary, Films
3D Printed Record

3D Printed Record

Amanda Ghassaei | 2 min | USA | 2013 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS “3D Printed Record” shows the process of digitally fabricating 33rpm records with a 3D printer, transforming any mp3 into a physical, playable 12″ [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
Simple Machines

Simple Machines

H. Paul Moon | 9 min | USA | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS In the first half of the 20th Century, a massive diesel engine in Copenhagen, Denmark was the world’s largest. Still preserved and working, it fires up [...]

September 21, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Explorative, Films
The Pixel Painter

The Pixel Painter

Josh Bogdan & Ryan Lasko | 9 min | USA | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
Hyperlink

Hyperlink

Spencer Moh | 8 min | USA | 2013 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS After the human genome has been sequenced, not much has changed. Sometimes a father and a son still have to just talk things [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi
Eclipse

Eclipse

Karlis Vitols | 10 min | Latvia | 2010 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS During a solar eclipse, nature performs a transcendental ritual. Two worlds collide and a secret gate is opened, allowing a male to reach a [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Animation, Experiment, Fiction, Films
The Sun

The Sun

Lyndon Lorenz | 3 min | USA | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE   (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS NASA-produced narration by William Shatner is remixed with footage from the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and other missions, with additional [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Recycled Footage
Lights will never be that fast again

Lights will never be that fast again

Alfredo Hubard | 6 min | France | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS The following historical observation is the starting point for this film: The estimates of the speed of light through history decrease with time. The images in the film [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Docu-Fiction, Experiment, Films
How Synapses Spark

How Synapses Spark

Anna Massih | 9 min | Germany | 2012 NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS Learning and Memory leave behind anatomically visible traces. Tobias Bonhoeffer was the first to observe them. Together with his team, he [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Lab Footage
Stormy Sun

Stormy Sun

Daniel Münter | 9 min | Germany | 2012 NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS Sun flares can not only produce beautiful polar lights, but as well damage satellites and interfere with power grids. Astrophysicist Sami [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films, Lab Footage
Velocity

Velocity

Karolina Głusiec | 7 min | UK | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS “I always thought I had a perfect memory, I wanted to show these drawings to you”. A collection of memories, images and loss. SCREENING SCHEDULE The Impermanence [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Animation, Fiction, Films
Amy Karle’s Biofeedback Artwork

Amy Karle’s Biofeedback Artwork

Amy Karle | 3 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2103 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS We all have this energy that we can feel, a vital life force inside of us… what would it look like [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Art piece, Documentary, Experiment, Films
Memory Sculptor

Memory Sculptor

Ken Ochiai | 17 min | Japan | 2013 NEW YORK PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS The wife of a wealthy man hires memory erasing agents to erase the memory of the young lover with whom [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Drama, Films, Live Action, Sci-Fi
From Fireflies to Space Invaders

From Fireflies to Space Invaders

Siouxsie Wiles | 3 min | New Zealand | 2012 (watch in the ISFF 2013 screening room) SYNOPSIS Something magical happens when science and nature collide. Weaving a tale of attraction and deception, this short animation brings the visually stunning [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Animation, Documentary, Films
Sci-Fly

Sci-Fly

Joey Shanks | 6 min | USA | 2013 NY PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A journey through time & space, and the fight for existence. A dark premise contrasted with the divine imaginary creates a hypnotic ride of tone and emotion. Only [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Animation, Films, Sci-Fi
Other Voices

Other Voices

Sarah Enid Hagey | 21 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Part science and part fiction, Other Voices is an experimental documentary about the enigmatic life of plants and the people who love them. We meet Mileece, a sound artist who [...]

September 20, 2013 2012, Documentary, Films, Lab Footage
Shelter

Shelter

Carl Burton | 6 min | USA | 2012 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS A vast secret world is revealed within an attic during a rainstorm. SCREENING SCHEDULE Film Lab, 6th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 7:00pm [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Animation, Experiment, Films
abbau

abbau

Masahiro Ohsuka | 5 min | Japan | 2013 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS The world is on Uncertainty. Atom is Wave, Wave is Signal. The technique is changing media from PC to Paper, from Paper to Water, from Water to PC. This [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Experiment, Films
Writing

Writing

Geraldine Cox | 4 min | UK | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A microscopic observation of physicists’ notes and equations jotted on whatever was on hand, bringing us into poignant intimacy with the scientific creative process and the travel of [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films
Resonance

Resonance

Geraldine Cox | 2 min | UK | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A visual exploration of this beautiful phenomenon that threads throughout nature giving colour to the world and its potential to guide us in finding happiness and making art. [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
As Above, So Below

As Above, So Below

Sarah J. Christman | 50 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Shedding light on local and global acts of alchemy, “As Above, So Below” is a deeply personal and thought-provoking reflection on the ephemeral life of material objects. Christman’s intimate [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Explorative, Feature, Films
Gowanus Canal

Gowanus Canal

Sarah J. Christman | 7 min | USA | 2013 SYNOPSIS Just below the surface of one of the most contaminated urban waterways in the United States, microorganisms thrive amidst the 
toxic waste. SCREENING SCHEDULE Experimental Nature, 6th Annual Imagine [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films
Hypochondria of the Heart

Hypochondria of the Heart

Janna Kyllästinen | 16 min | USA | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS “Longing for a home that no longer exists or perhaps has never existed” -Svetlana Boym. From a 17th century medical illness to [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Explorative, Films
Into Noise

Into Noise

Janna Kyllästinen | 12 min | USA | 2013 SYNOPSIS Into noise is an experimental documentary film on the soundscape of New York, and a personal story of alienation and disruption. Challenging the way we hear our every day lives, the [...]

September 20, 2013 2013, Documentary, Explorative, Films
Distance

Distance

Marcin Wojciechowski | 9 min | Poland | 2012 NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Distance: the length of space between two points; remoteness, detachment. In a work devoid of anecdote and dramaturgical twists and turns, the filmmaker experiments with the borderlands between [...]

September 19, 2013 2013, Animation, Experiment, Films
Fairy Shrimp

Fairy Shrimp

Melissa Lesh | 3 min | USA | 2013 SYNOPSIS Hidden deep within the Pony Pasture Park of Richmond, Virginia there lives a creature whose ancestors span back a half a billion years. In this short film discover how one [...]

September 19, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
Simply Complex

Simply Complex

Cameron Duguid | 9 min | UK | 2013 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A stop-motion insight into the molecular world of DNA and the genome. The genome’s complexity goes hand in hand with the technology to understand it, what can now fit [...]

September 19, 2013 2013, Documentary, Films
Look Inside The Ghost Machine

Look Inside The Ghost Machine

Péter Lichter | 4 min | Hungary | 2012 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS The early avant-garde filmmakers believed that the cinema had the function of a machine, made to generate pure feelings. The main part of this [...]

September 19, 2013 2013, Experiment, Films
MOOON

MOOON

James Kwan | 6 min | USA | 2013 (Watch in the ISFF 2013 Screening Room) SYNOPSIS MOOON is a stop motion short about Spacebaby searching for his Moon. While the Universe seems to be tearing itself apart, Spacebaby sees the [...]

September 19, 2013 2013, Fiction, Films
The Decelerators

The Decelerators

Mark Slutsky | 5 min | Canada | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS When a group of friends invent a machine to slow down time, the results aren’t quite what they expected. SCREENING SCHEDULE The Impermanence of Memory, 6th Annual [...]

September 19, 2013 2013, Films, Sci-Fi
Paper box

Paper box

Zbigniew Czapla | 9 min | Poland | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS In May 2010, after record rainfall, flash flood broke embankments of the Vistula near Wilków. Catastrophic flooding deprived thousands of people of all their possessions and roofs over [...]

September 19, 2013 2013, Documentary, Experiment, Films
18 Things You Need to Know About Genetics

18 Things You Need to Know About Genetics

David Murawsky | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS 18 Things You Should Know About Genetics is an animated film that presents fundamental background information about genetics, as well as offering some quirky but interesting facts about DNA, genes [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
23 degrees, 5 minutes

23 degrees, 5 minutes

Darragh O’Connell | 10 min | Ireland | 2011 SYNOPSIS An old explorer close to freezing in the Arctic re-lives the events that brought him there in the first place. He recalls his student days at Trinity College in Dublin [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
25 km2

25 km2

Jana Minarikova | 12 min | Slovakia | 2011 SYNOPSIS An alchemist draws on the power of lightning to create splendid jewels. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 9:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012 THE WOOLY [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
38-39 Degrees Celsius

38-39 Degrees Celsius

Kangmin Kim | 8 min | USA/South Korea | 2011 SYNOPSIS A man enters an old bathhouse where, induced by the intense heat and steam, he relives a memory of his father, and their past relationship ignites. SCREENING SCHEDULE Death, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
abNormal

abNormal

Barry Gibb | 31 min | United Kingdom | 2012 SYNOPSIS “Are you normal? What does it mean to be normal? Is it a good thing, or does it mean you’re just plain dull. Is being abnormal more fun, does [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Films, Short
aDiatomea

aDiatomea

Markos Kay | 8 min | United Kingdom | 2012 NORTH AMERICA PREMIERE SYNOPSIS aDiatomea is an artificial life system that uses various methods and notions of a-life research. The basic principle of aDiatomea is that every aspect of it [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
The Afronauts

The Afronauts

Cristina de Middel | 5 min | South Africa, Spain | 2012 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE SYNOPSIS In 1964, still leaving the dream of their recently gained independence, Zambia started a space program that would put the first african on the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Docu-Fiction, Experiment, Films, Historical, Recycled Footage, Sci-Fi, Short
America’s Dead Sea

America’s Dead Sea

Jim Lo Scalzo | 3 min | USA | 2012 WINNER: 2012 IMAGINAL DISC VISUAL SCIENCE AWARD, 5th ANNUAL ISFF SYNOPSIS Deep in the desert of southern California sits one of the worst environmental sites in America—a former tourist destination [...]

October 10, 2012 Archival Footage, Documentary, Films, Short
Amygdala

Amygdala

Jen DePlour | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Amygdala is a one-minute stop motion short in the surrealist vain utilizing puppet, object, and clay animation. Dark in it’s vision with an ambient soundscape, it explores notions of the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Fiction, Films, New York, Short
Animation For Nanos

Animation For Nanos

Kids from New York Hall of Science | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS A collection of animations generated by young visitors of the NY Hall of Science. With topics ranging from nanotechnology to optical illusions, space travel, and the alphabet, there [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Short
Anosmia

Anosmia

Jacob LaMendola | 9 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS A visual and lyrical portrait about people with the rare condition that renders them unable to smell. SCREENING SCHEDULE Imagine Consciousness: Brain Mise-En-Scene, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 7:30pm [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Films, Short
Armstrong’s Thumb

Armstrong’s Thumb

Alex Trimpe | 1 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS A little tribute to the great Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon. SCREENING SCHEDULE From One Bit to the Next, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Historical, Music Video, Short
Avril 14th

Avril 14th

Clemens Wirth | 1 min | Austria | 2011 SYNOPSIS Avril 14th SCREENING SCHEDULE Science For Nanos, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 1:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012 NEW YORK HALL OF SCIENCE PRODUCTION CREDITS Video: Clemens Wirth Music: [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Films, Music Video, Short
Bacteriophage

Bacteriophage

3D Character Factor | 1 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Bacteriophage attacking Flagella of Bacterium. SCREENING SCHEDULE TBA PRODUCTION CREDITS Music: “From Truth” by Dexter Britain (dexterbritain.co.uk) [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Beyond Expression Bright

Beyond Expression Bright

Erin Espelie | 9 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Our imagination is equally confounded, said the 18th-century Swiss naturalist Charles Bonnet (best known for his work on visual hallucinations), by the infinitely great as by the infinitely small. Confounding, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Docu-Fiction, Films, Short
Beyond The Spheres

Beyond The Spheres

Meghdad Asadilari | 2 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS How space voices are seen if they could be. Saturn and Jupiter space voices recorded by Cassini and Voyager. By extracting the features of these space audios, I have controlled [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Experiment, Films, Short
Binary

Binary

Hunter Peterson | 5 min | USA | 2012 EAST COAST PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A young boy finds a mechanical box that spits out messages in Binary. He learns to communicate with the box and forges a friendship with it over [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Drama, Fiction, Films, Live Action, Short
The Biological Advantage of Being Awestruck

The Biological Advantage of Being Awestruck

Jason Silva| 4 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS The next time you’re left speechless by the beauty of all that surrounds you, take a moment to recognize that your capacity to be left wonderstruck isn’t just good for you [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Short
Blood Film

Blood Film

Lara Salmon & Kevin Walker| 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Directors Lara Salmon and Kevin Walker combine their scientific upbringing with a love of filmmaking to create a two and a half minute abstract that rests comfortably in [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Explorative, Films, Short
Brain Power

Brain Power

Tiffany Shlain | 10 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Based on new brain research from Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child and University of Washington’s I-LABS, Brain Power explores the parallels between a child’s brain development [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Experiment, Films, Short
Brainy

Brainy

Daniel Joseph Borgman | 25 min | Denmark, New Zealand | 2012 SYNOPSIS An imaginative boy copes with the loss of his grandfather by constructing a fantastic series of rituals. SCREENING SCHEDULE Death, Diseases & Devotion, 5th Annual Imagine Science [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Fiction, Films, Short
Burt Talks to the Bees: Drone Bee

Burt Talks to the Bees: Drone Bee

Isabella Rossellini | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS The story of the drone bee. SCREENING SCHEDULE Others Speak, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 4:00pm | Wednesday, November 15, 2012 COBBLE HILL CINEMAS PRODUCTION CREDITS In this fantastical [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Live Action, Short
Burt Talks to the Bees: Queen Bee

Burt Talks to the Bees: Queen Bee

Isabella Rossellini | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 9:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012 THE WOOLY PRODUCTION CREDITS In this fantastical and wildly educational short film created by [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Live Action, Short
Burt Talks to the Bees: Worker Bees

Burt Talks to the Bees: Worker Bees

Isabella Rossellini | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS In this fantastical and wildly educational short film created by Isabella Rossellini, Burt (or someone impersonating him) of Burt’s Bees talks to the Bees for an extraordinary look inside the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Live Action, New York, Short
Captivation

Captivation

Clemens Wirth | 2 min | Austria | 2011 SYNOPSIS Leap is an independent underground record label for deep and soulful house dub and techno music, a creative community circle and a multimedia platform for international artists with no limits [...]

October 10, 2012 Films, Short
The Centrifuge Brain Project

The Centrifuge Brain Project

Till Nowak | 7 min | Germany | 2011 WINNER: 2012 NATURE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD, 5th ANNUAL ISFF SYNOPSIS A group of scientists conduct a series of bizarre experiments with amusement park rides to study their effects on the human [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Mockumentary, Short
Cependant les instants étaient précieux

Cependant les instants étaient précieux

Sophie Dutertre et al. | 5 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS While they’re playing outside, Paulo and Ninette get lost in an imaginary jungle populated by scary creatures. Beyond the nightmare they’ll find harmony. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science For Nanos, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Cholesterol: Friend Before Foe

Cholesterol: Friend Before Foe

Jeanne Garbarino | 3 min | USA | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Mention the word cholesterol in front of my grandmother and she’ll automatically clutch her chest and say a little prayer. It is because she, along with almost [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Documentary, Films, Short
Coffee Ring Effect

Coffee Ring Effect

Kurtis Sensenig | 2 min | USA | 2012 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS This never-before-seen footage from a laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Physics and Astronomy shows microscopic particles moving in a drop as it dries. Penn physicists [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Lab Footage, Short
Colin Talks About Elephants

Colin Talks About Elephants

Marina Gargarina | 2 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Colin is a friend who knows a lot about elephant evolutionary history (among other things) and will obligingly talk about it on tape. A direct animation drawn/colored by hand on [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
Combustion

Combustion

Renaud Hallée | 4 min | Canada | 2011 SYNOPSIS A brisk and novel look at fire, a source of fascination for everyone everywhere since the beginning of time. Fire used as a visual and musical tool. SCREENING SCHEDULE Death, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
Colors of Math

Colors of Math

Ekaterina Eremenko | 60 min | Germany, Russia | 2012 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS To most people math appears abstract, mysterious. Complicated. Inaccessible. But math is nothing but a different language to express the world. Math can be sensual. Math can [...]

October 10, 2012 Documentary, Films, New York
Compressed 03

Compressed 03

Kim Pimmel | 2 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS n the blackness of the cosmos, a mysterious dark body flickers and flares with energy, eventually bursting forth into light. The explosions spread rapidly, sending shockwaves through the cosmos. In [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
The Cosmonaut

The Cosmonaut

Nicolás Alcala | 90 min (approx) | Spain | 2012 NORTH AMERICA PREMIERE PREMIERING THE FIRST 14 MINUTES OF THE FEATURE THE COSMONAUT SYNOPSIS The Cosmonaut starts in 1967 when Stas and Andrei (two young friends) arrive to the newly [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Feature, Festival, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
Creature Cast: Corn

Creature Cast: Corn

Arisa Lohmeier| 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Arisa Lohmeier, from Erika Edwards’ Plant Diversity course at Brown University (Biol 0430), describes our co-dependent relationship with corn. SCREENING SCHEDULE From One Bit to the Next, 5th Annual Imagine Science [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Creature Cast: Doliolids

Creature Cast: Doliolids

Robert Sandler | 2 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Robert Sandler tells the story of doliolid reproduction. The video was made with paper puppets and hand-drawn animations. Robert made this episode with support from the Society of Royce Fellows. [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Creature Cast: Echinoderm Skin

Creature Cast: Echinoderm Skin

Karen Connolly | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Karen Connolly, from Casey Dunn’s Invertebrate Zoology (Biol 0410) course at Brown University, tells the story of how echinoderms (starfish, sea urchins, and their relatives) can change the stiffness of [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Creature Cast: Gingko

Creature Cast: Gingko

Eliza Cohen| 4 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Eliza Cohen, from Erika Edwards’ Plant Diversity course at Brown University (Biol 0430), talks about the history of ginkgos. Music by bitbasic. The animations were photographed at the Brown University Science [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Creature Cast: How to Hide

Creature Cast: How to Hide

Riley Thompson | 3 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS How do animals become invisible? This episode tells the story about why we can see through some animals, but not others by explaining how biological transparency works for [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Creature Cast: Lancet Liver Fluke

Creature Cast: Lancet Liver Fluke

Pathikrit Bhattacharyya | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Pathikrit Bhattacharyya (aka Po), from Casey Dunn’s Invertebrate Zoology (Biol 0410) course at Brown University, tells the story of how the lancet liver fluke gets through life. The hand-drawn animations [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Creature Cast: Round

Creature Cast: Round

Henry Astley | 2 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS We have a front and a back and two legs. We walk around on our two legs. When we need to change the direction we are moving in, we first [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Data Dance

Data Dance

Zubin Pastakia & Sara Krugman | 1 min | Denmark | 2012 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE SYNOPSIS “Not the ghost in the machine, but the body in the medium is the central dilemma of modern communications…” – John Durham Peters The [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
A Death on the Frontier

A Death on the Frontier

Alex Pasternack | 20 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS The hunt for the Higgs boson, god particle or goddamn particle, the one that gives things mass, came closer to an end on July 4. Physicists at CERN’s Large Hadron [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Films, New York
Deconvolution Microscopy

Deconvolution Microscopy

Justin Singh | 1 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Combining the amazing images of fluorescence microscopy with powerful imaging processing techniques, deconvolution microscopy allows you to view labeled structures in three dimensions. By using algorithms to subtract out of [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Lab Footage, Short
Dinosaur Eggs in the Living Room

Dinosaur Eggs in the Living Room

Rafael Urban | 12 min | Brazil | 2012 SYNOPSIS An old woman attends classes of digital photography and editing. It is not a late hobby, but a project undertaken with a clear aim in mind. The woman wants to [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Films, Short
Discovering Mount Gorongosa

Discovering Mount Gorongosa

Federico Pardo | 18 min | USA | 2012 WINNER: 2012 AAAS SCIENTIST AWARD, 5th ANNUAL ISFF SYNOPSIS Biodiversity Exploration on Mozambique’s Sky Island. In August 2011, Field Museum and African scientists joined forces in an expedition to Mount Gorongosa [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Short
Don’t Swim After Lunch

Don’t Swim After Lunch

Jens Blank | 2 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS DASL is a take on turning mundane environments into nature habitats, re populating them with life. The human presence in the film is a spin on how our interaction with [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Dying Without A Sound

Dying Without A Sound

Xavier Beauchesne-Rondeau | 6 min | Canada | 2011 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Trough the experience of the death of three acquaintances, a young woman makes connections with her own life and expresses her views on death. SCREENING SCHEDULE Death, Diseases [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Fiction, Films, Short
The End of Time

The End of Time

Peter Mettler | 109 min | Canada/Switzerland | 2012 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A unique take on the elusive subject of time and the limits of what can be expressed, The End of Time is an explorative journey from the particle [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Documentary, Feature, Films, New York
Everything is a Remix – System Failure

Everything is a Remix – System Failure

Kirby Ferguson | 16 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Our system of law doesn’t acknowledge the derivative nature of creativity. Instead, ideas are regarded as property, as unique and original lots with distinct boundaries. But ideas aren’t so tidy. [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Documentary, Films, Short
Evolution

Evolution

Eskil Waldenstrøm | 6 min | Norway | 2012 SYNOPSIS ‘Evolution’ is a short movie about the micro universe that is perceived through the eyes of a microscopist. The movie is especially constructed to emphasize the beauty of microscopy through [...]

October 10, 2012 Experiment, Films, Short
Flag 75: TARA OCEANS

Flag 75: TARA OCEANS

Mara Haseltine | 5 min | France, USA & Chile | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE / ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE SYNOPSIS This short film, originally made for the Explorer’s Club for which the chronicles artist and environmentalist Mara G. Haseltine’s expedition aboard TARA OCEANS [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Documentary, Films, Lab Footage, Music Video, Short
Flutter

Flutter

Dara Bratt | 8 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS FLUTTER shares the life of John Bedford, 70′s, who has been collecting butterflies his whole life.  Extending beyond the exotic and gorgeous butterflies, this is the reflective and meditative portrait [...]

October 10, 2012 Documentary, Experiment, Films, Short, Uncategorized
Gattaca

Gattaca

Andrew Niccol | 106 min | USA | 1997 RETROSPECTIVE SYNOPSIS A genetically inferior man assumes the identity of a superior one in order to pursue his lifelong dream of space travel. SCREENING SCHEDULE The Genetically Modified Citizen, 5th Annual [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Feature, Films, New York
Hinterland

Hinterland

Linda McCarthy | 2 min | United Kingdom | 2012 SYNOPSIS Small Birds Singing is besieged by plastic bottles. Where have they come from? Who is to blame? As Consommé and Delphinium play croquet, Spandisman investigates… SCREENING SCHEDULE Science For [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
The Holy Chicken of Life and Music

The Holy Chicken of Life and Music

Nomint Greece | 3 min | Greece | 2010 SYNOPSIS The Holy Chicken, a magnificent beast, worshiped and exploited, in a tale of love and regret, art and science, Life and Music. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science, 5th Annual Imagine Science [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Art piece, Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
How to Draw Clouds

How to Draw Clouds

Salise Hughes | 2 min | USA | 2006 SYNOPSIS A poetic meditation on the desire to make permanent what is ephemeral. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science For Nanos, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 1:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012 NEW [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Recycled Footage, Short
How To Eat Your Own (Chocolate) Brain!

How To Eat Your Own (Chocolate) Brain!

Andy Millns | 1 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Putting our technical and culinary skills to the test, we challenged our 3D printing team to turn a high-tech MRI scan into a delicious, if slightly macabre, chocolate treat! SCREENING [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Music Video, Short
HP – Hit Print

HP – Hit Print

Tom Wrigglesworth & Matt Robinson | 2 min | United Kingdom | 2010 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS If your printer could bring your research to life, how would it look? We used the consistent and reliable printouts from HP Photosmart printers [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Music Video
Huber Experiments Vol. I

Huber Experiments Vol. I

Matthew & Erik Huber | 2 min | USA | 2010 SYNOPSIS An experiment in high speed cinematography between brothers Matthew and Erik Huber. Filmed with the Phantom HD @ 960 fps. Music and sound design created by Brian Slusher. [...]

October 10, 2012 Art piece, Experiment, Films, New York
Humanoids

Humanoids

Mariana Oliva | 12 min | United Kingdom | 2010 SYNOPSIS “Humanoids” follows a group of scientists trying to teach robots to play football. Their main interest is to develop autonomous technology that will able robots act to act by [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
The Human Factor

The Human Factor

Thibauld Le Texier | 28 min | France | 2011 SYNOPSIS “What is good for the factory is good for the family” Mingling images of American institutional movies to extracts of handbooks on management from the 1900s and 1910s The [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Recycled Footage, Short
I Do Not Know Who I Am

I Do Not Know Who I Am

Constantine Konovalov | 1 min | Russia | 2012 SYNOPSIS The Story of Mr. Plasticine SCREENING SCHEDULE Imagine Consciousness: Brain Mise-En-Scene, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 7:30pm | Friday, November 16, 2012 SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS Imagine Consciousness 7:30pm [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
In Dreams

In Dreams

Samuel Blain | 4 min | United Kingdom | 2012 SYNOPSIS An experimental documentary focusing on the most vivid dreams of normal individuals. SCREENING SCHEDULE Imagine Consciousness: Brain Mise-En-Scene, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 7:30pm | Friday, November 16, [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Docu-Fiction, Documentary, Short, Uncategorized
In His Own Words

In His Own Words

David Murawsky | 1 min | Canada | 2012 SYNOPSIS Perhaps the most iconic scientific equation in history, Einstein’s equation describing mass-energy equivalence has had a profound effect, not just in the scientific realm but in almost every other intellectual [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Insane in the Chromatophores

Insane in the Chromatophores

Gregory Gage | 4 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS During experiments on the axons of the longfin squid in Woods Hole, we were taken in by the beauty of the fast changing color of the skin. The squid’s skin [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
Insertions series: Six Composite Acts

Insertions series: Six Composite Acts

Julian Oliver | 3 min | Germany | 2012 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE SYNOPSIS Six imaginary interactions in a courtyard which were then ‘completed’ using digital sculptural elements I inserted into the video stream. The outcome was then exhibited in a [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Experiment, Films, Live Action, Short
Inside The Lab With Roman Vishniac

Inside The Lab With Roman Vishniac

RETROSPECTIVE Roman Vishniac | 3 mins | Russia/USA | 1967 SYNOPSIS A silent tour of Roman Vishniac’s laboratory. SCREENING SCHEDULE TBA PRODUCTION CREDITS DIRECTOR’S BIO Roman Vishniac Roman Vishniac (1897 – 1990) was a Russian-American photographer, best known for capturing [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Historical, Lab Footage, Short
Into Deep Space

Into Deep Space

Anne Milne & Alberto Iordanov | 13 min | United Kingdom | 2012 SYNOPSIS This film looks at the question of life outside of the solar system, focussing on the work of Dr Duncan Forgan — a theoretical astronomer from [...]

October 10, 2012 Documentary, Films, Short
Invisible

Invisible

Evin O’Neill | 4 min | Ireland | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE – UCD SCIENCE EXPRESSION INITIATIVE SYNOPSIS When a science and superhero obsessed boy finds out about the importance of invisible-to-the-naked-eye marine microorganisms he decides to use his own perceived [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Fiction, Films, Lab Footage, Short
Lamina

Lamina

Christian Tschanz | 7 min | Switzerland/Iceland | 2012 NORTH AMERICA PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A vast expanse littered with stones, a mountain on the horizon. Amidst it all, an earthen figure constantly moving through various topographies and passing bogs, lakes, rivers [...]

October 10, 2012 Explorative, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
Lazarov

Lazarov

Luis Nieto | 5 min | France | 2011 SYNOPSIS Refusing to accept the decline of the USSR, a handful of Russian scientists working secretly to resurrect the Soviet power. Here are some new images of the mysterious program Lazarov. [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Historical, Short
Lego Technic Super 8 Movie Projector

Lego Technic Super 8 Movie Projector

Friedemann Wachsmuth | 2 min | Germany | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A fully functional Super 8 Movie Projector I built using Lego Technic. The only non-Lego parts are the lens, the reel spindles and the lamp. The projector uses [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Music Video, Short
Legs – atavism

Legs – atavism

Mikhail Mestetskiy | 11 min | Russia | 2011 NORTH AMERICA PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A film crew tries to reveal the secrets of one of the wildest branches of experimental medicine. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Mockumentary, Short
The Lesson

The Lesson

Chen Ni | 10 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS The Lesson is a period piece that takes place in World War II, where a passionate Chinese mathematician cannot cope with the reality of the war and finds his escape [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Fiction, Films, Historical, Period, Short
Limbic

Limbic

Manfred Borsch | 3 min | Germany | 2012 SYNOPSIS “limbic” is a Visual Music clip which reflects the emotional processing of music in the limbic system and the resulting reactions of the body (the so-called “chills”). It has been [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Music Video, New York, Short
Lit Tree

Lit Tree

Elliott Woods | 2 min | United Kingdom | 2011 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A conversation between tree and people through 3D light patterns using tree’s leaves as voxels. A small potted tree has a perpetual conversation with people. Through the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Explorative, Films, Music Video, Short
Locus Solus

Locus Solus

Luis Nieto | 2 min | France | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS An unusual musical tale of a pig’s head seen from a roof in Paris. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 8:00pm | Wednesday, November [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
Lord Cry Cry – Blind Lightnin’ Floor

Lord Cry Cry – Blind Lightnin’ Floor

Francis Kamprath | 4 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS For his new track “Blind Lightnin’ Floor” Lord Cry Cry ordered a special band to perform live on stage. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 8:00pm [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Music Video, Short
Love Competition

Love Competition

Brent Hoff | 15 min | USA | 2012 WINNER: 2012 NATURE SCIENTIFIC MERIT AWARD, 5th ANNUAL ISFF NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Because “Love is a feeling you have for someone you have feelings about.” In order to find out [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Short
Love, Hate and Everything in Between

Love, Hate and Everything in Between

Alex Gabbay | 52 min | United Kingdom | 2012 SYNOPSIS Man’s capacity for kindness and compassion is overshadowed only by his ability to be as cruel and destructive. Can empathy resolve issues of aggression and subjugation, where wars, politics [...]

October 10, 2012 Documentary, Feature, Films
Macro Kingdom III

Macro Kingdom III

Clemens Wirth | 2 min | Austria | 2012 HONORABLE MENTION FOR VISUAL SCIENCE,  5th ANNUAL ISFF SYNOPSIS The minute is a special place, unseen microcosmos within a unseen universe bind us together. Our creative vision is to continue our [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Short
Magnetic Reconnection

Magnetic Reconnection

Kyle Armstrong | 12 min | Canada | 2012 EAST COAST PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A short documentary film contrasting the Northern Lights with decaying manmade debris surrounding the Arctic Canadian town of Churchill, Manitoba. The film touches on the regenerative power [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Short
Material of Silence – Leap Records

Material of Silence – Leap Records

Clemens Wirth | 6 min | Austria | 2012 SYNOPSIS Leap is an independent underground record label for deep and soulful house dub and techno music, a creative community circle and a multimedia platform for international artists with no limits [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Short
Micro Empire

Micro Empire

Clemens Wirth | 2 min | Austria | 2012 SYNOPSIS …moving on from Macro Kingdom, we pass through the portal of a microscope to venture into the Micro Empire … surrounding us … inhabiting us … Stranger than fiction… molecular [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Experiment, Films, New York, Recycled Footage, Short
MicroScope

MicroScope

Minette Mangahas | 3 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Filmed through a microscope, this piece superimposes footage from Anna May Wong’s performance in the silent film “Piccadilly” (1929) unto a magnified strand of my hair. The film [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Experiment, Explorative, Films, Short
Microscopic Opera

Microscopic Opera

Matthijs Munnik | 1 min | Netherlands | 2012 SYNOPSIS Can micro-organisms also be performers? How does our relation to these creatures change, after they are seen in an artistic and theatrical context? Looking for a micro-organism that would have [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
Microscopic Worlds: Life We don’t See

Microscopic Worlds: Life We don’t See

Daniel Stoupin | 8 min | Russia | 2012 SYNOPSIS A movie about microscopic life showing some of the freshwater microscopic fauna under high magnifications. We are surrounded with various living creatures, but how often do we notice the tiniest [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Lab Footage, Short
Minus

Minus

Stan & Vince et al. | 2 min | USA | 2012 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS At the other edge of the universe, in a forest of giant trees, one piece of fruit falls to the ground: it half-opens one eye, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Fiction, Films, Recycled Footage, Short
Mirror

Mirror

Emma Rose and Neil Boynton | 3 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS The video mirror begins from the premise that certain landscapes have the capacity to provide therapeutic benefits. The idea stems from established theories of art and culture, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Short
Motion Painting

Motion Painting

Felix Meyer & Pascal Monaco | 1 min | Germany | 2012 SYNOPSIS “Motion Painting” is a mixture of Action Painting and Motion Design. One of the main aspects of the clip is to show the many possibilities of creating [...]

October 10, 2012 Art piece, Films, Short
Move

Move

John Graham | 7 min | Canada | 2012 SYNOPSIS Move depicts the surreal dream life of a young comatose man, and how it attempts to guide him to consciousness. Although he seems to be disconnected from life, his interior [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
My Father’s Garden

My Father’s Garden

Mirko Faienza | 7 min | Italy | 2011 SYNOPSIS Discovering a whole tiny world in my father’s small garden. There is a small pond with small falls, some stones, some plants, and plenty of life! SCREENING SCHEDULE TBA PRODUCTION [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Documentary, Films, Music Video, Short
My Mind’s Eye

My Mind’s Eye

Alexis Gambis | 10 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Partnering with Scientific American, My Mind’s Eye is a Episodic Series on various topics related to mind and brain, coupled with music by The Amygdaloids. SCREENING SCHEDULE Imagine [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Films, Music Video, Short
Myxococcus xanthus colony

Myxococcus xanthus colony

Fabian Czerwinski | 2 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Myxococcus xanthus is a soil-inhabiting bacterium. In laboratories, it is typically cultured on agar plates made with dissolved yeast extract. The video shows about 10 hours of the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Lab Footage, New York, Short
No Gravity

No Gravity

Silvia Casalino | 59 min | France | 2011 EAST COAST PREMIERE SYNOPSIS “I have always wanted to explore inaccessible and dangerous places. As a child, I dreamed about flying to space. I had often heard that it was a [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Films
Origins

Origins

Robert Showalter | 2 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS A character made of scraps wonders though the woods until he comes across a sign that will help him discover where he belongs. SCREENING SCHEDULE From One Bit to the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
Organopolis

Organopolis

Luis Nieto | 3 min | France | 2011 SYNOPSIS Organopolis takes a humorous look at the physical and emotional journey affecting young pupil’s everyday life through the reactions of their body organs. SCREENING SCHEDULE From One Bit to the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Live Action, Short
Optical Illusion

Optical Illusion

Constantine Konovalov | 0.3 min | Russia | 2012 SYNOPSIS A first experiment SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 8:00pm | Wednesday, November 14, 2012 THE BELL HOUSE Art/Science, UCD Imagine Science Film Festival 6:00pm | [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Art piece, Films, Short
Peanut Man

Peanut Man

Jack Truman | 3 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS PEANUT MAN is a documentary short film about the story of a man born in slavery, that revolutionized the world with the peanut. George Washington Carver was the [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Documentary, Films, Short
People of a Feather

People of a Feather

Joel Health | 52 min | Canada | 2011 EAST COAST PREMIERE SYNOPSIS People of a Feather is a breathtaking journey into the remote world of the Belcher Islands Inuit people. Uniting this community’s past and present is their cultural [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Feature, Films
People Who Never Stop

People Who Never Stop

Florian Piento | 3 min | USA/Japan | 2012 SYNOPSIS A crowd that never stops, for better or for worse. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science For Nanos, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 1:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012 NEW YORK HALL [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Poems on the Underground

Poems on the Underground

Tom Wrigglesworth & Matt Robinson | 1 min | United Kingdom | 2012 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Poems on the Underground” is a short film commissioned by The Poetry Society by Tom Wrigglesworth and Matt Robinson. The shot was taken place [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Films, Short
Periodic Table Table

Periodic Table Table

Kirk Zamieroski | 5 min | USA | 2012 WINNER : SCIENTIFIC MERIT AWARD SYNOPSIS Some people collect stamps. Wolfram Research co-founder and author Theo Gray collects elements. Step into his office, and you’ll see a silicon disc engraved with [...]

October 10, 2012 Documentary, Films, Short
Piattaforma Luna

Piattaforma Luna

Yuri Ancarani | 25 min | Italy | 2011 EAST COAST PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A group of six deep-sea divers, specializing in working at great depths, live for weeks between the bottom of the ocean and the hyperbaric chamber in an [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Drama, Fiction, Films, Short
Pitch Drop Experiment

Pitch Drop Experiment

Pablo Melchor & David Rybak | 1 min | United Kingdom | 2012 SYNOPSIS The pitch drop experiment is a long-term experiment which measures the flow of a piece of pitch over many years. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science For Nanos, 5th [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
A Point Just Passed

A Point Just Passed

Gabriel Barcia-Colombo | 2 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS A Point Just Passed is a video sculpture involving a projection of a person through a glass volume, which rests atop a timecard punch clock. As the viewer [...]

October 10, 2012 Art piece, Explorative, Films, Short
The Present

The Present

Scott Thrift | 3 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS Ever wondered what particle accelerators, fireworks, New York City, m ss ng p eces, artistic independence, cabs, something, nothing, July 4th, the birth of the internet, collaborative capitalism, ThePresent, limitless [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Documentary, Films, Short
Primate Cinema: Apes As Family

Primate Cinema: Apes As Family

Rachel Mayeri | 11 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Primate Cinema: Apes as Family is an original drama made expressly for chimps, premiered in front of a live chimpanzee audience. The drama follows an urban chimp — [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
Re-collection

Re-collection

Nicholas Kallincos | 3 min | Australia | 2011 SYNOPSIS The tale of a celebrated Entomologist who is being haunted by his insect collecting past. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 9:00pm | Saturday, November 10, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Remains

Remains

Jeremiah Zagar & Nathan Caswell | 9 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS A blend of documentary and fiction, REMAINS is about recollection and fading memories. Combining three years of recorded voice messages with stunning macro photography, the film documents [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Films, Short
Resolution

Resolution

Dave Fischer | 1 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Insight visualized. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 9:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012 THE WOOLY PRODUCTION CREDITS DIRECTOR’S BIO Dave Fischer promotes the importance of [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Films, Short
Restoring Sight in Bangladesh

Restoring Sight in Bangladesh

Tatiana McCabe | 12 min | United States, Bangladesh | 2012 HONORABLE MENTION FOR SCIENTIFIC MERIT, 5th ANNUAL ISFF SYNOPSIS Tatiana McCabe’s mixed media video, titled Restoring Sight in Bangladesh (2012) uses documentary footage, motion graphics and stop motion animation [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Docu-Fiction, Documentary, Drama, Fiction, Films, Short, Uncategorized
Resuscitation

Resuscitation

Meghdad Asadilari | 2 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS Help Them Live More! This is a animation to encourage medical students learn more about their importance and impacts on human life. SCREENING SCHEDULE Death, Diseases & Devotion, 5th Annual [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Promo, Short
A Rogue Idea

A Rogue Idea

Niall Toner | 4 min | Ireland | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS The film highlights the existence of rogue waves and their close proximity to areas of science. Through visual metaphors and a journey with a physicist from the university [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Docu-Fiction, Experiment, Films, Lab Footage, Short
Roman Vishniac Cinemicroscopy

Roman Vishniac Cinemicroscopy

RETROSPECTIVE Roman Vishniac | 2 mins (10x) | Russia/USA | 1960-1972 SYNOPSIS In addition to the candid photography for which he is best known, Vishniac worked heavily in the field of photomicroscopy, and cinemicroscopy. He specialized in photographing living insects and [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Short
Scale

Scale

Brad Goodspeed | 3 min | USA | 2012 S THE FOLLOWING VIDEO DOES NOT REPRESENT THE ENTIRE NIGHT SKY, or at least it doesn’t anymore. I’ve updated the video to omit the foreground landscape in an effort to account [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia

Emma Denby | 2 min | USA | 2010 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS ‘Schizophrenia’ animation SCREENING SCHEDULE Imagine Consciousness: Brain Mise-En-Scene, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 7:30pm | Friday, November 16, 2012 SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS PRODUCTION CREDITS Voice: Joseph [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Slow Derek

Slow Derek

Dan Ojari | 8 min | United Kingdom | 2011 WINNER: VISUAL SCIENCE AWARD, UCD IMAGINE SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL SYNOPSIS The epic and spellbinding tale of Derek, an office worker, as he struggles with the true speed of planet Earth [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
Snow

Snow

Isaac Ergas | 22 min | USA | 2012 HONORABLE MENTION FOR THE AAAS SCIENTIST AWARD, 5th ANNUAL ISFF NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS When the great cholera outbreak of 1854 sends London spinning out of control, Dr. John Snow must [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Drama, Fiction, Films, Historical, Live Action, Period, Short
Soft Sciences

Soft Sciences

Ben Fries | 9 mins | USA SYNOPSIS You have beautiful eyes. Why is this? PRODUCTION CREDITS Written and Directed byBen Fries Shot byJesse Cain Narration byPhil Mossman Sound withThomas Soden EyesNicole Schapira, Robert Young and Josephine Shokrian Executive ProducerAli [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
Sonic Physiognomy

Sonic Physiognomy

Minette Lee Mangahas | 2 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS In response to the use of biometric technology in tagging, tracking and surveillance, this interactive sculpture reads a person’s silhouette to create unique sonic portraits. SCREENING SCHEDULE [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Short
SpacePart12

SpacePart12

Michele Famiglietti | 4 min | Italy | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS From the discovery of cosmic particles 100 years ago by Victor Hess, until the last experiments in space through vintage images, this film introduces the International Conference SpacePart12 [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Documentary, Experiment, Films, Short
Spectacular Science: The Lifecycle of a Mushroom

Spectacular Science: The Lifecycle of a Mushroom

Tom Beg | 2 min | United Kingdom | 2011 SYNOPSIS Presenting jazz bopping Mushrooms and belly-dancing Basidium! Spectacular Science is a collaborative project which aims to provide a wide audience with access to scientific knowledge and support the education [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Films, Short, Uncategorized
Stairs to No end

Stairs to No end

Daniella Koffler| 7 min | Israel | 2012 SYNOPSIS The stairs of knowledge leads to the light. A curious girl in a dark world tries to reach it, but must face those for who light is an obstacle. SCREENING SCHEDULE [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
Starfield

Starfield

Lab212 | 2 min | France | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Starfield is an installation where a swing is used to create a large interactive starry sky. With a Kinect installed behind the swing and a video projector, the software [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Explorative, Films, Short
Still Life

Still Life

Scott Garner + Superfad | 1 min | USA | 2010 SYNOPSIS Still Life is an interactive gallery piece that takes traditional still life painting into the fourth dimension with a motion-sensitive frame on a rotating mount. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Films, Short
Stop or Go : With Doctor Norton Zinder

Stop or Go : With Doctor Norton Zinder

NetScience | 22 min | USA | 1968 RETROSPECTIVE SYNOPSIS After joining the faculty of The Rockefeller University in 1952, Zinder and Tim Loeb, his first student, isolated bacteriophages that could grow only on strains carrying the F (fertility) factor [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Films, Historical, Lab Footage, Short
Superluminal Neutrinos in 5 minutes

Superluminal Neutrinos in 5 minutes

Josh Heineman | 5 min | USA | 2011 HONORABLE MENTION FOR NATURE PEOPLE CHOICE AWARD 5th ANNUAL ISFF SYNOPSIS A narrated short film that covers the recent discovery of superluminal neutrinos, explaining the concept with a general summary of [...]

October 10, 2012 Animation, Documentary, Films, Short
Teen Brain

Teen Brain

Teen Brain | 4 min | Canada | 2012 SYNOPSIS A humorous and informative trip through the maturing mind. Produced by Egg Studios eggstudios.ca for IWK Health Centre. For more information on this educational program visit: teenmentalhealth.org SCREENING SCHEDULE From [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Doctor Teller’s Strange Loves

Doctor Teller’s Strange Loves

Alex Pasternack | 13 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Edward Teller, the father of the hydrogen bomb, had a thing for nuclear bombs. He wanted them bigger, smaller, faster, used in ways that no one had thought of before [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Archival Footage, Documentary, Films
Tube

Tube

Gabriel Barcia-Colombo | 1 min | USA | 2012 WORLD PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Tube is a 1964 RCA television installation which illustrates the changing nature of TV from analog to digital medium. Today we consume television as a fluid medium. It [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Experiment, Films, Short
Una Furtiva Lagrima

Una Furtiva Lagrima

Carlo Vogele | 3 min | USA | 2011 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE SYNOPSIS The last journey of a fish as it sings its own requiem, from its sale at the fish market all the way into the frying pan. SCREENING [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Art piece, Explorative, Films, Music Video, Short
Videorative Portrait of Randall Okita

Videorative Portrait of Randall Okita

Sergio Albiac | 3 min | Spain | 2011 NORTH AMERICA PREMIERE SYNOPSIS What is a truly realistic portrait? This question inspired a project about going beyond physical appearances and attempting to render the interior world of a human being, [...]

October 10, 2012 Art piece, Films, Short
Visions

Visions

Justin Singh | 1 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Light is an amazing thing. ‘Visions’ explores the beauty and aesthetic quality of out of focus light through a parade of color bokeh. SCREENING SCHEDULE Imagine Consciousness: Brain Mise-En-Scene, 5th [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Explorative, Films, Music Video, Short
Voltage

Voltage

Filippe Lyra | 4 min | Brazil | 2009 US PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Just like modular synthesizers, people connect with each other in order to achieve diverse objectives. In Voltage, robots, half-human and half-synthesizer, powered by a huge amount of energy, [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Vovô

Vovô

Luiz Stockler | 3 min | United Kingdom | 2010 SYNOPSIS He was bald with some liver spots on his head… SCREENING SCHEDULE Death, Diseases & Devotion, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 7:00pm | Monday, November 12, 2012 INDIESCREEN [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
Welcome to the Machine

Welcome to the Machine

Avi Zev Weider | 85 min | USA | 2012 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Upon becoming the father to triplets, filmmaker Avi Zev Weider explores the nature of technology. Woven together with expert interviews and portraits of people who have [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Documentary, Feature, Films, New York
Well-fed

Well-fed

Anna Moot-Levin | 7 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS Welcome to the world of carnivorous plants in this darkly comic look inside a most unusual world. Well-Fed follows four devoted carnivorous plant collectors who wax philosophic on their strong [...]

October 10, 2012 Documentary, Films, Short
Whale Fall

Whale Fall

Sharon Shattuck & Flora Lichtman | 4 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS When a whale dies, the story has just begun. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science For Nanos, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival 1:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012 NEW [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Films, Short
The Whale Story

The Whale Story

Tess Martin | 4 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS A fisherman experiences a moment of connection with a female humpback whale in the waters off of San Francisco. Is this an example of inter-species communication or a mysterious fluke? [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Explorative, Films, Short
Whiskey Water Trick

Whiskey Water Trick

Casey Neistat | 2 min | USA | 2012 SYNOPSIS This trick takes patience but it does work. be prepared to spill a lot of whisky SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments, Imagine Science Film Festival 8:00pm | Wednesday, November 14, 2012 [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Experiment, Films, Short
X inactivation and Epigenetics

X inactivation and Epigenetics

Etsuko Uno | 11 min | Australia | 2012 SYNOPSIS X inactivation is a vital process that occurs in all DNA-containing cells of the female body. It is also an important research model and tool for studying epigenetics. Epigenetics refers [...]

October 10, 2012 2012, Animation, Documentary, Films, Short
The Chosen

The Chosen

Catherine Chalmers | 2 min | USA | 2011 We follow this colorful parade as the ants traverse the forest and enter their underground colony. They descend through a labyrinth of tunnels to the heart of their colony where they [...]

July 5, 2012 Art piece, Documentary, Films, Short
Melissa’s Story

Melissa’s Story

Scotti Scott | 2 min | Ireland | 2012 SYNOPSIS This film is about a young girl called Melissa who has Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a rare and distressing genetic disorder. She is not able to play like normal children [...]

July 5, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
Solaris

Solaris

Andrei Tarakovsky | 115 min | Russia | 1972 SYNOPSIS The Solaris mission has established a base on a planet that appears to host some kind of intelligence, but the details are hazy and very secret. After the mysterious demise [...]

July 5, 2012 Feature, Films, Sci-Fi
La Habitación de Fermat (Fermat’s Room)

La Habitación de Fermat (Fermat’s Room)

Luis Piedrahita & Rodrigo Sopena | 115 min | Spain | 2007 In Spanish with English subtitles 35mm SYNOPSIS The walls are closing in-literally-on four brainiac mathematicians with shadowy pasts in this übertense debut. Galois is a sexy virtuoso who [...]

July 5, 2012 Feature, Films, Sci-Fi, Uncategorized
Denmark

Denmark

Daniel Fickle | 11 mins | USA| 2010 SYNOPSIS “Denmark” takes place above and below the waterline of Oregon’s Willamette River. It’s a story about Pily, a lovable crustacean of mixed origin, who builds a rocket ship to escape the [...]

July 5, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
The Man Machine

The Man Machine

Vincent Fournier | 5 min | Japan | 2010 SYNOPSIS The Man Machine’ film features some of the latest robot technology interacting with humans and the built environment. SCREENING SCHEDULE BAD ROBOT 7:00pm | Friday, July 13 2012 LIGHTHOUSE DIRECTOR’S [...]

July 5, 2012 Art piece, Films, Short
Time Freak

Time Freak

Andrew Bowler | 11 mins | USA | 2010 When Stillman discovers the secrets to time travel, his big discovery gets lost in the smallest details. SCREENING SCHEDULE BAD ROBOT 7:00pm | Friday, July 13 2012 LIGHTHOUSE PRODUCTION CREDITS Written [...]

July 5, 2012 Comedy, Fiction, Films, Short
Everything is a Remix – Part 3

Everything is a Remix – Part 3

Kirby Ferguson | 11 min | USA | 2011 Creativity isn’t magic. Part three of this four-part series explores how innovations truly happen. SCREENING SCHEDULE BAD ROBOT 7:00pm | Friday, July 13 2012 LIGHTHOUSE PRODUCTION CREW Director | Kirby Ferguson [...]

July 5, 2012 Films, Short
Refraction – The Alphabet

Refraction – The Alphabet

Jesse Zaninger | 2 min | USA | 2011 A follow up refraction experiment featuring the Alphabet spoken by the late GREAT Richard Pryor. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 11:00am | Saturday July 6, 2012 LIGHTHOUSE PRODUCTION CREDITS Music | [...]

July 5, 2012 Experiment, Films, Short
Transgenic Spidergoats

Transgenic Spidergoats

Field Test | 6mins | USA | 2010 SYNOPSIS It’s clear, if you think about it very carefully, that it would be impossible to breed a goat that had spider silk protein in it. There’s no way that mutation would [...]

July 5, 2012 Documentary, Films, Short
Zero

Zero

Christopher Kezelos | 12 min | Australia | 2011 SYNOPSIS Born into a world of numbers, an oppressed zero discovers that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 11:00am | Saturday July [...]

July 5, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
Yuri Landing on Alpha 46

Yuri Landing on Alpha 46

Anthony Vouradoux | 14 mins | Germany | 2011 SYNOPSIS After his landing on Jupiter moon Alpha 46, the cosmonaut Yuri Lennon is confronted with an extraordinary paradox. Unlocked from the mothership, Yuri begins his startling journey through space, which [...]

July 5, 2012 Fiction, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
Invasion

Invasion

Alberto Mar | 4 mins | Mexico | 2009 SYNOPSIS Somewhere in the near future a man that could be identified as an astronomer scouts the night sky. Suddenly, he spots something strange and discovers a new planet. He is [...]

July 5, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
E. Chromi

E. Chromi

Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg | 5 mins | United Kingdom | 2011 SYNOPSIS E. chromi is a collaboration between designers and scientists in the new field of synthetic biology. In 2009, seven Cambridge University undergraduates spent the summer genetically engineering bacteria [...]

July 5, 2012 Documentary, Films, Short
Naia and The Moon

Naia and The Moon

Leandro Tadashi | 13 min | Brazil | 2010 NEW YORK PREMIERE SYNOPSIS Based on an indigenous tale from the Amazon Forest, a girl falls in love with the moon after learning how the stars were created. SCREENING SCHEDULE Inside [...]

July 5, 2012 Fiction, Films, Short
Tangled String

Tangled String

Sophia Tintori | 1 min | USA | 2010 SYNOPSIS A problem that all living things have — how long and thin DNA is, and how easy it would be to get it all tangled. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos [...]

July 5, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
Fossil Carrion Feeders

Fossil Carrion Feeders

Federico Pardo | 5 min | USA | 2011 SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments 6:00pm | Saturday July 7, 2012 LIGHTHOUSE SYNOPSIS The world’s oldest carrion beetle fossils were found in China and represent species that were alive 165 million years [...]

July 5, 2012 Documentary, Films, Short
The Action of Attraction

The Action of Attraction

Kevin Collins | 8 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS The Action of Attraction depicts entomology research that investigates the relationships between the genes, receptors, pheromones, behaviors, evolution, and ecology of moths and other insects. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments 6:00pm [...]

July 5, 2012 Films, Short
Experience Mobile Mobile

Experience Mobile Mobile

James Theophane | 2 min | USA | 2009 We reinterpret the Christmas tree and its role as the traditional focal point for a communal space. ‘Mobile Mobile’ is a six metre circumference interactive sculpture, and signature piece for the [...]

July 5, 2012 Art piece, Films, Short
Chasing Birds in Beringia

Chasing Birds in Beringia

Stephani Gordon | 10 min | USA | 2011 SCREENING SCHEDULE Art/Science 6:00pm | Thursday July 12, 2012 THE FACTORY SYNOPSIS Enter into the ultra-adventurous world of pilot-biologists chasing wild birds in the no-man’s-land north of the arctic circle. Their [...]

July 5, 2012 Documentary, Films, Short
Solar Sinter Project

Solar Sinter Project

Markus Kayser | 6 min | USA | 2011 SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiments 6:00pm | Saturday July 7, 2012 LIGHTHOUSE In a world increasingly concerned with questions of energy production and raw material shortages, this project explores the potential of [...]

July 5, 2012 Experiment, Films, Short
Benchwork

Benchwork

Field Test | 2 mins | USA | 2011 SCREENING SCHEDULE Art/Science 6:00pm | Thursday July 12, 2012 THE FACTORY SYNOPSIS Students at UW Madison spend their summer in the wetlab preparing for the 2010 International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition. [...]

July 5, 2012 Films, Short
Greenhouse Audioscape

Greenhouse Audioscape

Ian B. Johnson | 1 min | USA | 2011 SCREENING SCHEDULE Art/Science 6:00pm | Thursday July 12, 2012 THE FACTORY SYNOPSIS An audioscape journey around a Greenhouse. PRODUCTION CREDITS Director | Ian B. Johnson Music | Tipsy [...]

July 5, 2012 Films, Short
Planet Z

Planet Z

Momoko Seto | 9 mins | France | 2011 US PREMIERE SCREENING SCHEDULE Art/Science 6:00pm | Thursday July 12, 2012 THE FACTORY SYNOPSIS Somewhere in the Universe, on the PLANET Z, a miracle happens. A water jet springs up and [...]

July 5, 2012 Art piece, Films, Short
HIGGS

HIGGS

Hannie van den Bergh & Jan van den Berg | 54 mins | Holland Higgs takes us inside the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) on a quest for the Higgs particle. Sometimes called “The God Particle,” this is the missing link [...]

July 5, 2012 Documentary, Feature, Films
Cassini Mission

Cassini Mission

Christopher Abbas | 2 mins | USA | 2011 Using archival footage from the Cassini Solstice Mission and a tune from the band Nine Inch Nails, a rather surprising — and atmospheric — experience awaits. Somewhere, something incredible is waiting [...]

July 5, 2012 Art piece, Films, Recycled Footage, Short
The Chronoscope

The Chronoscope

Andrew Legge | 20 min | Ireland | 2009 SYNOPSIS A documentary about the Irish scientist Charlotte Keppel who in the 1930s invented a machine that could see into the past. SCREENING SCHEDULE BAD ROBOT 7:00pm | Friday, July 13 [...]

July 5, 2012 Films, Mockumentary, Sci-Fi, Short
We Rule

We Rule

Catherine Chalmers | 2 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS We Rule is from “The Leafcutters” series – a project that includes video, photography, drawing and sculpture. It was filmed at Liquid Jungle Lab, a biological research station on Isla [...]

July 5, 2012 Art piece, Films, Short
The Sierra Project

The Sierra Project

Gabriel de Urioste | 4 min | USA | 2011 SYNOPSIS When a scientist’s latest attempt to scan the neural network of a brain into a computer construct fails, he must come to terms with the personal sacrifices he has [...]

July 5, 2012 Drama, Films, Sci-Fi, Short
Blank

Blank

Boris Hars-Tschachotin | 6mins | Germany | 2011 SYNOPSIS Blank reproduces the sterile conditions of a genetic laboratory of molecular medicine. The room, the bodies and cells of the animals are subject to the strictest controls; everything has been created [...]

July 5, 2012 Experiment, Films, Short
Eagleman Stag

Eagleman Stag

Mikey Please | 9 mins | England | 2010 Peter’s life has been spent in both fascination and fear of his quickening perception of time with age. As he nears the end of his days, his interest turns to obsession [...]

July 5, 2012 Animation, Films, Short
Drift

Drift

Ian B. Johnson | 8 min | USA | 2010 SYNOPSIS A contemplative piece on perception and how people perceive time. SCREENING SCHEDULE Imagine Consciousness 7:30pm | Saturday July 7, 2012 LIGHTHOUSE PRODUCTION CREDITS Director | Ian B. Johnson Writer [...]

July 5, 2012 Films, Short
Telegraphics

Telegraphics

Antoine Delacharlery, Léopold Parent, Lena Schneider, Thomas Thibault | 7 mins | France| 2010 SCREENING SCHEDULE In The Heart of Imagination 6:30pm | Friday July 6, 2012 LIGHTHOUSE SYNOPSIS A whole new science. Using a subatomic resonance engine we generate [...]

July 5, 2012 Films, Short
When I am 18

When I am 18

Adela Pickles | 1:30 min | United Kingdom | 2009 When I Am 18 is an animated short film featuring the drawings and voices of sisters Maja, 8, and Lily, 5, from the UK. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 2:00pm  [...]

October 14, 2011 Archival Footage, Films, Short
2042

2042

Emiliano Castro Vizcarra | 10 min | Mexico | 2010 The Mayas predicted the unavoidable — global warming. The future of the world depends on the people returning to the basics and uniting for survival. A divine cycle of death [...]

October 14, 2011 Drama, Films, Short
(in)Visible

(in)Visible

Sonja Baumel | 4mins | Austria | 2009 US PREMIERE A vision of the four layers of the (in)visible membrane: already existing skin bacteria, a communication layer, a slime mould and plants, and how theoretically this clothing could transmute into [...]

October 14, 2011 Experiment, Films, Short
A Love Story… in Milk

A Love Story… in Milk

Dannan Breathnach | 2 min | USA  | 2011 The path of true love never did run smooth… especially if you’re a milk bottle. Follow these star-crossed lovers from factory to fridge and beyond. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 2:00pm  [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Music Video, Short
An Incomplete Guide to Finding Home

An Incomplete Guide to Finding Home

Andres Cota Hiriart | 6 min | Mexico | 2011 Shoot over the night sky of Mexico City upon landing. What is home? Where is home? SCREENING SCHEDULE Ciencias Cinematograficas 8:00pm  Tuesday, October 18, 2011 indieScreen PRODUCTION CREDITS Director | [...]

October 14, 2011 Explorative, Films, Short
Apollo 15

Apollo 15

Jim Capobianco | 2 min | USA | 2010 A tribute to Galileo on the 400th anniversary of the telescope. Using the actual NASA audio, Apollo 15 Cmdr. Dave Scott proves Galileo’s theory of falling bodies at the only place [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Willem and the Whales

Willem and the Whales

Kate Miller and Lisa Coscino | 2 min | USA | 2010 Willem is 5 years old and has a lot on his mind! Take a quick journey through the eyes of a child as Willem explains why people should [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Yuri Lennon Landing on Alpha 46

Yuri Lennon Landing on Alpha 46

Anthony Vouradoux | 14 mins | Germany | 2011 US PREMIERE After his landing on Jupiter moon Alpha 46, the cosmonaut Yuri Lennon is confronted with an extraordinary paradox. Unlocked from the mothership, Yuri begins his startling journey through space, [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films, Short
Archaeology Experts

Archaeology Experts

Joris Clerté | 2 min | France | 2010 The traceologist’s speciality is to find traces of wear and tear on tools. Archeology experts explain how it is possible to reconstruct a past era from elements that an inexperienced person [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
We Rule

We Rule

Catherine Chalmers | 2 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE We Rule is from “The Leafcutters” series – a project that includes video, photography, drawing and sculpture. It was filmed at Liquid Jungle Lab, a biological research station on [...]

October 14, 2011 Art piece, Documentary, Films, Short
Atmosphere / Atmosfera

Atmosphere / Atmosfera

Julian Hernandez | 15 min | Mexico | 2010 Cecilia, Alberto and Felipe are trapped because of an epidemic that has taken over the streets of a beach town. They wander alone in a desperate attempt to look for fresh [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films
Benchwork

Benchwork

Field Test | 2 mins | USA | 2011 Students at UW Madison spend their summer in the wetlab preparing for the 2010 International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiment 8:00pm  Monday, October 17, 2011 The Bell House [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Music Video, Short
Birth of a Flower

Birth of a Flower

Percy Smith | 1 min | USA | 1910 The Birth of a Flower is a very early example of time-lapse photography and one of the first films ever made, exploring a variety of plants as they burst into bloom. [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films
Blank

Blank

Boris Hars-Tschachotin | 6mins | Germany | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE Blank reproduces the sterile conditions of a genetic laboratory of molecular medicine. The room, the bodies and cells of the animals are subject to the strictest controls; everything has been [...]

October 14, 2011 Experiment, Films, Short
Breast Stem Cells

Breast Stem Cells

Etsuko Uno & Drew Barry | 3 mins | Australia | 2010 WORLD PREMIERE An overview of the human mammary gland with a focus on the role of breast stem cells during pregnancy. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiment 8:00pm  Monday, October [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Cassini Mission

Cassini Mission

Christopher Abbas | 2 mins | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE Using archival footage from the Cassini Solstice Mission and a tune from the band Nine Inch Nails, a rather surprising — and atmospheric — experience awaits. Somewhere, something incredible [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Recycled Footage, Short
Centrifugation

Centrifugation

Field Test | 1 mins | USA | 2011 High School students from Gaston Day School in North Carolina spend their summer in the lab preparing for the 2010 International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiment 8:00pm  Monday, [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Music Video, Short
Chasing Birds in Beringia

Chasing Birds in Beringia

Stephani Gordon | 10 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE Enter into the ultra-adventurous world of pilot-biologists chasing wild birds in the no-man’s-land north of the arctic circle. Their world is one of beauty and grit, humor and science.  [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Compressed 02

Compressed 02

Kim Pimmel | 2 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE A mix of everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale, using macro lenses and time lapse techniques. Black ferrofluid and dye race through bubble [...]

October 14, 2011 Experiment, Films, Short
Footage from the Deep

Footage from the Deep

Sophia Tintori | 2 min | USA | 2010 WORLD PREMIERE In this episode, Dr. Phil Pugh talks about studying jellyfish that cannot be collected in nets, and about his first times seeing live ones. These jellyfish are called siphonophores. [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Hollow Trees

Hollow Trees

Sophia Tintori | 2 min | USA | 2010 Here is a little plant that starts it’s life high up in the tree tops, where it can find more light than the dark understory of the rainforest. As it grows [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Tangled String

Tangled String

Sophia Tintori | 1 min | USA | 2010 A problem that all living things have — how long and thin DNA is, and how easy it would be to get it all tangled. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 2:00pm  [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Denmark

Denmark

Daniel Fickle | 11 mins | USA | 2010 “Denmark” takes place above and below the waterline of Oregon’s Willamette River. It’s a story about Pily, a lovable crustacean of mixed origin, who builds a rocket ship to escape the [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Dinosaur Ballet

Dinosaur Ballet

Ross Butter | 1 min | UK/Scotland | 2010 EAST COAST PREMIERE The art of ballet is performed by a collection of tutu-wearing dinosaurs in this short and simple, child-like animation.   SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 2:00pm  Sunday, October [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Do You Know What Nano Means?

Do You Know What Nano Means?

Daniel Gies | 3 min | USA | 2010 Small, Very Small, But When It Comes To Making Your Body Work It Is Big, Very Big. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 2:00pm  Sunday, October 16, 2011 New York Hall of [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Donor Unknown

Donor Unknown

Jerry Rothwell | 78 min | USA | 2010 Donor Unknown is a documentary feature following the journey of JoEllen Marsh as she goes in search of the sperm donor father she only knows as Donor 150. SCREENING SCHEDULE Genetic [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Feature, Films
Drift

Drift

Ian B. Johnson | 8 min | USA | 2010 WORLD PREMIERE A contemplative piece on perception and how people perceive time. SCREENING SCHEDULE Closing Night | Time Sensitive 8:00pm  Friday, October 21, 2011 Symphony Space PRODUCTION CREDITS Director | [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films, Short
E. chromi

E. chromi

Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg | 5 mins | United Kingdom | 2011 E. chromi is a collaboration between designers and scientists in the new field of synthetic biology. In 2009, seven Cambridge University undergraduates spent the summer genetically engineering bacteria to [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Eagleman Stag

Eagleman Stag

Mikey Please | 9 mins | England | 2010 Peter’s life has been spent in both fascination and fear of his quickening perception of time with age. As he nears the end of his days, his interest turns to obsession [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Comedy, Films, Short
The Eclipse of Taregna

The Eclipse of Taregna

Rakesh Chaudhary | 21 mins | India | 2010 An old man takes his grandson to witness a solar eclipse in this gorgeously rendered view of life in a small town in India. Mr. Pathak is a retired civil engineer [...]

October 14, 2011 Drama, Films, Live Action, Short
Everything is a Remix – Part 3

Everything is a Remix – Part 3

Kirby Ferguson | 11 min | USA | 2011 Creativity isn’t magic. Part three of this four-part series explores how innovations truly happen. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science 8:00pm  Saturday, October 15, 2011 Anthology Film Archives PRODUCTION CREW Director | Kirby [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Experience Mobile Mobile

Experience Mobile Mobile

James Theophane | 2 min | USA | 2009 We reinterpret the Christmas tree and its role as the traditional focal point for a communal space. ‘Mobile Mobile’ is a six metre circumference interactive sculpture, and signature piece for the [...]

October 14, 2011 Experiment, Films, Short
Flatliners

Flatliners

Joel Schumacher | 115 mins | 1990 | UK/Scotland Medical students bring themselves near death; their experiment begins to go awry. SCREENING SCHEDULE Suspended Animation 7:00pm  Wednesday, October 19, 2011 CUNY Graduate Center PRODUCTION CREDITS Director | Joel Schumacher Writer [...]

October 14, 2011 Drama, Feature, Films, Sci-Fi
Flesh That Remembers / Carne Que Recuerda

Flesh That Remembers / Carne Que Recuerda

Daila Huerta Cano | 26 min | Mexico | 2009 The story of nine parts of the body of persons who have suffered irrevocable changes during the year. Animations of body transformations – through growth, aesthetic or pathological changes – [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Fossil Carrion Feeders

Fossil Carrion Feeders

Federico Pardo | 5 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE The world’s oldest carrion beetle fossils were found in China and represent species that were alive 165 million years ago. Follow Margaret Thayer and Chenyang Cai as they work [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Found Footage: Genetics

Found Footage: Genetics

4 mins Geneticist in a laboratory. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiment 8:00pm  Monday, October 17, 2011 The Bell House [...]

October 14, 2011 Archival Footage, Films, Short
Found Footage: The Telephone

Found Footage: The Telephone

1 min Vintage footage of the telephone. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science 8:00pm  Saturday, October 15, 2011 Anthology Film Archives [...]

October 14, 2011 Archival Footage, Films, Short
Four Letter Words

Four Letter Words

Rob Seward | 2 min | USA  | 2010 Four Letter Words consists of four units, each capable of displaying all 26 letters of the alphabet with an arrangement of fluorescent lights. The piece displays an algorithmically generated word sequence, [...]

October 14, 2011 Experiment, Films, Short
Greenhouse Audioscape

Greenhouse Audioscape

Ian B. Johnson | 1 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE An audioscape journey around a Greenhouse. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiment 8:00pm  Monday, October 17, 2011 The Bell House PRODUCTION CREDITS Director | Ian B. Johnson Music | Tipsy [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Music Video, Short
How Long. The AMS-02 Experiment

How Long. The AMS-02 Experiment

Michele Famiglietti | 3 min | USA | 2011 A closer look at the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) experiment, outside the International Space Station, among the cosmic rays. SCREENING SCHEDULE Controlled Experiment 8:00pm  Monday, October 17, 2011 The Bell House [...]

October 14, 2011 Experiment, Films, Short
How to Feed the World?

How to Feed the World?

Denis van Waerebeke | 9 min | France | 2008 US PREMIERE The world food system is extremely complex. Trying to comprehend how farmers in Africa are impacted by decisions we make at the grocery store in the west – and [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
In Lab / Dentro del Laboratorio

In Lab / Dentro del Laboratorio

2 mins Through the looking glass of Mexican scientists in the United States and around the World. SCREENING SCHEDULE Ciencias Cinematograficas 8:00pm  Tuesday, October 18, 2011 indieScreen SCIENTISTS Gabriel Gasque Gabriel began his research in neuroscience at the National Institute [...]

October 14, 2011 Films
Invasion

Invasion

Alberto Mar | 4 mins | Mexico | 2009 US PREMIERE Somewhere in the near future a man that could be identified as an astronomer scouts the night sky. Suddenly, he spots something strange and discovers a new planet. He [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Life After the Death of Henrietta Lacks

Life After the Death of Henrietta Lacks

Mathias Thery | 24 min | France  | 2004 Talk to me about your research. Mathias Thery initiates us into the world of his scientific research through narration and representation. He accompanies his story with humor, showing that the life [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Looking Up

Looking Up

Graham & Nelson Talbot | 15 mins | Canada | 2011 Failed astronomer Theo meets struggling student Miles in this introspective look at the big picture and why giving up is never an option. SCREENING SCHEDULE Reaching Space 3:00pm  Saturday, [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films, Live Action, Short
Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Philip Hunt | 24 min | USA | 2008 One day, a boy finds a penguin on his doorstep and decides to take it home…even if that means rowing all the way to the South Pole! SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
The Man Machine

The Man Machine

Vincent Fournier | 5 min | Japan | 2010 The Man Machine’ film features some of the latest robot technology interacting with humans and the built environment. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science 8:00pm  Saturday, October 15, 2011 Anthology Film Archives [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Mr. Nobody

Mr. Nobody

Jaco Von Dormael | 155 mins | 2009 | USA/Belgium EAST COAST PREMIERE Mr. Nobody, is a sci-fi drama directed by Jaco Van Dormael and stars Jared Leto and Diane Kruger. It begins in the year 2092 with Nemo (Mr. Nobody) as a [...]

October 14, 2011 Feature, Fiction, Films, Live Action
Naia and the Moon

Naia and the Moon

Leandro Tadashi | 13 min | Brazil | 2010 NEW YORK PREMIERE Based on an indigenous tale from the Amazon Forest, a girl falls in love with the moon after learning how the stars were created. SCREENING SCHEDULE Reaching Space [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films, Short
Picture Perfect: Vincent Fournier

Picture Perfect: Vincent Fournier

David Feinberg | 18 min | USA | 2010 WORLD PREMIERE Picture Perfect travels with photographer Vincent Fournier (whose work has been compared to the style of Jeff Wall and Stanley Kubrick) to the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Planet Z

Planet Z

Momoko Seto | 9 mins | France | 2011 US PREMIERE Somewhere in the Universe, on the PLANET Z, a miracle happens. A water jet springs up and gives birth to a new life: plants. A desert planet becomes a [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Protein Expression

Protein Expression

Monica Zope | 5 min | Italy | 2010 In just 4 minutes a group of scientists (active in the fields of protein motion and visual representation of cell biology) will lead you on a journey to discover an entire [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Refraction – The Alphabet

Refraction – The Alphabet

Jesse Zaninger | 2 min | USA | 2011 A follow up refraction experiment featuring the Alphabet spoken by the late GREAT Richard Pryor. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 2:00pm  Sunday, October 16, 2011 New York Hall of Science PRODUCTION [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Music Video, Short
Seed

Seed

Johnny Kelly | 2 min | USA | 2008 A two-minute animated voyage through nature’s life cycle, following the trials and tribulations of a humble apple seed. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 2:00pm  Sunday, October 16, 2011 New York Hall [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Shuttle Endeavor Final Launch

Shuttle Endeavor Final Launch

Chase Heavener | 5 mins | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE NASA released footage of The Space Shuttle Endeavour’s final launch from 4 cameras connected to the solid state rocket boosters. I thought it would be interesting to sync up [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Recycled Footage, Short
Solar Sinter Project

Solar Sinter Project

Markus Kayser | 6 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE In a world increasingly concerned with questions of energy production and raw material shortages, this project explores the potential of desert manufacturing, where energy and material occur in abundance. [...]

October 14, 2011 Experiment, Films, Short
Spacefaring

Spacefaring

Felipe Aguilar | 8mins | Columbia | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE Spacefaring outlines the true story of the high tech Indian Space Program against the backdrop of a rural village that appears to be suspended in time. In the near future [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Stanley Milgram: The City and the Self

Stanley Milgram: The City and the Self

Stanley Milgram | 10 mins | USA | 1972 The City and the Self is a study of human relations in the city, based on psychological concepts formulated by Stanley Milgram. The City and the Self examines city dwellers’ perceptions [...]

October 14, 2011 Archival Footage, Experiment, Films, Short
Telegraphics

Telegraphics

Antoine Delacharlery, Léopold Parent, Lena Schneider, Thomas Thibault | 7 mins | France| 2010 US PREMIERE A whole new science. Using a subatomic resonance engine we generate an electromagnetic field capable of interfering with the space around us. SCREENING SCHEDULE [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
The Action of Attraction

The Action of Attraction

Kevin Collins | 8 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE The Action of Attraction depicts entomology research that investigates the relationships between the genes, receptors, pheromones, behaviors, evolution, and ecology of moths and other insects. SCREENING SCHEDULE Genetic Attraction [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
The Chosen

The Chosen

Catherine Chalmers | 2 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE We follow this colorful parade as the ants traverse the forest and enter their underground colony. They descend through a labyrinth of tunnels to the heart of their colony [...]

October 14, 2011 Art piece, Documentary, Films, Short
The Chronoscope

The Chronoscope

Andrew Legge | 20 min | Ireland | 2009 US PREMIERE A documentary about the Irish scientist Charlotte Keppel who in the 1930s invented a machine that could see into the past. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science 8:00pm  Saturday, October 15, [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Mockumentary, Short
The Dying Physicist

The Dying Physicist

Sam Molleur | 3 min | USA | 2011 Impressive visual from artist Sam Molleur as he uses stop motion, miniature sets and rotoscoped character expression to create this awesome video for Miracle Parade’s ‘The Dying Physicist’. SCREENING SCHEDULE Closing [...]

October 14, 2011 Films
The End of the Olmsted Elm Tree

The End of the Olmsted Elm Tree

Ryan Murdock |  2 min | USA | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE Witness the last days of the Elm Tree in time-lapse heartfelt music video. SCREENING SCHEDULE Closing Night | Time Sensitive 8:00pm  Friday, October 21, 2011 Symphony Space [...]

October 14, 2011 Films, Music Video, Short
The Perfect Human / El Humano Perfecto

The Perfect Human / El Humano Perfecto

Andres Cota Hiriart | 3 min | Mexico | 2009 The Sixth Obstruction inspired by The Perfect Human by Jorgen Leth and based on The Five Obstructions by Lars Von Trier. What does it mean to be perfect, as one [...]

October 14, 2011 Films
The Reality Clock

The Reality Clock

Amanda Tasse | 8 min | USA | 2010 Reality Clock is an experimental animated portrait of an elderly watchmaker as he struggles to accept the influence of early stage Dementia on his identity and sense of time. Shot in [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
The Sierra Project

The Sierra Project

SCREENING SCHEDULE Closing Night | Time Sensitive 8:00pm  Friday, October 21, 2011 Symphony Space [...]

October 14, 2011 Films
The World Of Synthetic Biology

The World Of Synthetic Biology

Klemen Trupej | 2 mins | Slovenia | 2011 US PREMIERE Let me show you my world of the synthetic future. A fluorescent animated slideshow of reverie, which depicts a future with glowing trees, a cure for HIV, biological spaceships, [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
The Thorium Dream

The Thorium Dream

Alex Pasternack | 25 min | USA | 2011 The Thorium Dream explores the growing grassroots movement in the United States behind the element thorium, and the powerful forces that could keep it buried in the dustbin of history. After the [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Time Freak

Time Freak

Andrew Bowler | 11 mins | USA | 2010 When Stillman discovers the secrets to time travel, his big discovery gets lost in the smallest details. SCREENING SCHEDULE Avant-Garde Science 8:00pm  Saturday, October 15, 2011 Anthology Film Archives PRODUCTION CREDITS [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films, Short
Transgenic Spidergoats

Transgenic Spidergoats

Field Test | 6mins | USA | 2010 US PREMIERE It’s clear, if you think about it very carefully, that it would be impossible to breed a goat that had spider silk protein in it. There’s no way that mutation [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Tungsten Nights / Noche de Tungsteno

Tungsten Nights / Noche de Tungsteno

Maria Torres | 10 min | Mexico |  2010 Two children begin a journey to see the stars with their sick grandfather, wondering if he will smile one last time. When a number of obstacles present themselves, the children realize [...]

October 14, 2011 Films
Until

Until

Barry J. Gibb | 30 mins | USA | 2010 WORLD PREMIERE The human lifespan is increasing by two hours every day. But how much life is enough – 100 or 1000 years? Part science, part philosophy, Until is a [...]

October 14, 2011 Documentary, Films, Short
Virus

Virus

Fred Mangan | 8 min | Australia | 2011 A computer virus falls in love while carrying out its mission of destruction. What really goes on inside a computer? Is it all endless routine and method? In the sterile world [...]

October 14, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Wallace

Wallace

Patrick Griffiths | 6:30 min | United Kingdom | 2011 WORLD PREMIERE Wallace is a comedy about a boy who falls in love with the most beautiful theory of evolution… but she was already with another man. SCREENING SCHEDULE Genetic [...]

October 14, 2011 Fiction, Films, Short
Zero

Zero

Christopher Kezelos | 12 min | Australia | 2011 SYNOPSIS Born into a world of numbers, an oppressed zero discovers that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something. SCREENING SCHEDULE Science for Nanos 11:00am | Saturday July [...]

August 15, 2011 Animation, Films, Short
Astronomer’s Sun

Astronomer’s Sun

Simon Cartwright & Jessica Cope | 6 mins | United Kingdom A young man, accompanied by his mysterious mechanical bear, visits an abandoned observatory to confront memories of his past and follow his Father on a journey into the unknown. [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Courtship

Courtship

Alexis Gambis | 10 mins | USA Lucien, a young researcher, who works on the genetics of courtship and mating behavior in fruit flies, decides to take a break from the microscope and his voyeuristic fruit fly-watching tendencies. A tale [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Breaking the Chain

Breaking the Chain

Stuart Weinstock | 14 mins | USA In 1939, the Manhattan Project began with an experiment and a meeting at Columbia University. Hungarian-born physicist, Leo Szilard, has advanced beyond the recent splitting of the atom — which was believed to [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Breu

Breu

Jerónimo Rocha | 15 mins | Portugal BREU is a visual journey into the aspects of fear – an ancient and usefull characteristic of our self preservation that can easly become an unforgiving handicap. This dark(ish) tale exploits its dangers [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Capucine

Capucine

Luis Nieto | 42 mins | France/Japan A journey to Japan to meet Capucine, a Capuchin monkey particularly gifted, who is learning cinematographic language with the primatologist Hirokazu Shibuya. SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00PM      Fri, Oct 22, 2010 Tribeca Cinema PRODUCTION CREDITS [...]

October 15, 2010 Documentary, Feature, Films
Cold and Dry

Cold and Dry

Kristoffer Joner & Bjorn Arne Odden | 12 mins | Norway At the National Institute of Preservation, all problems in the world are resolved. Swiftly, and with little pain involved. SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00PM      Friday, Oct 15, 2010 IndieScreen PRODUCTION CREDITS [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Creation

Creation

Jon Amiel | 108 mins | USA Darwin is a handsome man in his early forties who lives a quiet life in an idyllic English village.  He is a brilliant and deeply emotional man, devoted to his wife and children, [...]

October 15, 2010 Feature, Fiction, Films
Darkened Horizons

Darkened Horizons

Karen Aqua & Ken Field | 4 mins | USA This animated film reflects on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and its environmental impact.  The film was created by 6th-8th grade students at Sidney Gutierrez [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films
An Eyeful of Sound

An Eyeful of Sound

Samantha Moore | 4 mins | United Kingdom ‘I don’t know if you’ve ever heard a goat eating carrots? It’s almost too much, it’s so lovely’ An Eyeful of Sound conjures up the fascinating visually complex internal world of audio-visual [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Documentary, Films, Short
Feel What They Feel

Feel What They Feel

Chin Tangsakulsathaporn | 4 mins | Thailand Humans have invented many useful artifacts to support life. Some of them are not only harming other creatures but impairing this planet. SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00 PM     Mon, Oct 18, 2010 The [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Fighting Infection By Clonal Selection

Fighting Infection By Clonal Selection

Etsuko Uno and Drew Berry | 4 mins | Australia An animation about the human immune system created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of a revolutionary theory by Nobel Laureate, Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, illustrating how the body fights infection. [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Documentary, Films, Short
Fried Egg Jelly

Fried Egg Jelly

Sophia Tintori | 4 mins | USA CreatureCast.org brings you stories about animals, from some of the people who study them. In this episode, Trisha Towanda narrates the coming of age story of the crabs that live on top of [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Green Porno

Green Porno

Isabella Rosselini | 10 mins | USA The series features Rossellini on both land and sea as she acts out the reproductive habits of marine animals and insects, both scientifically accurate yet extremely entertaining. SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00 PM     [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
The Gynaecologist

The Gynaecologist

Alfonso Camerero | 10 mins | Spain A gynecologist is working in her office at the hospital as everyday. But the next patient…. is a boy! SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00 PM     Sat, Oct 16, 2010 IndieScreen (link to tickets [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Higgs

Higgs

Hannie van den Bergh & Jan van den Berg | 54 mins | Holland Higgs takes us inside the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) on a quest for the Higgs particle. Sometimes called “The God Particle,” this is the missing link [...]

October 15, 2010 Documentary, Feature, Films
The Inventor

The Inventor

Jean-François Martin | 4 mins | France A modest and quiet inventor’s retirement is disturbed when an important gentleman seeks to profit from his Gyro Gearloose talents to become a billionaire. SCREENING SCHEDULE 2:00 PM     Sun, Oct 17, [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
James

James

Denis Van Waerebeke | 6 mins | France In a simplistic and playful animated fashion, James retraces the course of a medicine and goes inside the world of the prescription drug. SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00PM      Monday, Oct 18, 2010 Bell House [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Long Journey of a Fish

Long Journey of a Fish

Christoffer Dreyer | 6 mins | Denmark We live today in a globalized world, and although we are aware of where a product is from, we don’t know where it has been. Due to the low cost of shipping it [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
The Machine Stops

The Machine Stops

Nathan Freise | 10 mins | USA Based on the English author E.M. Forster’s short-story of the same title, The Machine Stops is a science-fiction drama that follows two inhabitants of an underground technological dystopia, deemed simply as “the Machine.” [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Short
Marius Borodine

Marius Borodine

Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais | 16 mins | Canada Genius Marius Borodine’s spectacular new invention that can transform any and all objects into drinkable water, bewilders the public, scientific communities, and the family of the misunderstood creator, especially after he takes one [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Meet the Elements

Meet the Elements

Feel Good Anyway | 4 mins | USA This animated, upbeat ode to the periodic table of elements and how they form our world, appears on the new They Might Be Giants kids’ album “Here Comes Science.” PREMIERE STATUS NY [...]

October 15, 2010 Films, Music Video, Short
Mind Over Matter

Mind Over Matter

Alexis Gambis | 4 mins | USA A music video for Mind Over Matter, part of the new album Theory of my Mind of the neuroscience rock band The Amygdaloids. A scientist working on memory in the amygdala of the [...]

October 15, 2010 Films, Music Video, Short
Mutations-selection: the bacteria resist

Mutations-selection: the bacteria resist

Yannick Mahe | 4 mins | France A young medical assistant is giving a nice presentation about the principles of evolution. The genetic information of each living being is subject to modifications. Mutations can lead to bacterial resistance towards antibiotics. [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Nanosporin Al

Nanosporin Al

Stephen Hal Fishman | 5 mins | USA After arriving at his remote research station, a scientist performs experiments with the Nanosporin AI serum, first on grapes, then on himself. A tiny, bespectacled, beret-wearing micro-organism begins ‘painting’ his host (the [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Off-line

Off-line

Tom Gasek | 9 mins | USA Off-Line is a short stop-motion animated film that I created and produced over four years. It tells about my relationship to work and how I understand it. The film is focused on a [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Origin of Mass

Origin of Mass

Aleksandar Rodic | 2 mins | USA This experimental video was created as a final project for my procedural animation class at Savannah College of Art and Design. scad.edu It was inspired by demoscene and sub-atomic particle collision images. The [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Plastic Bag

Plastic Bag

Ramin Bahrani | 18 mins | USA In a not too distant future, a Plastic Bag goes on an epic journey in search of its lost Maker, wondering if there is any point to life without her. The Bag encounters strange [...]

October 15, 2010 Documentary, Films, Short
ProtoParticles

ProtoParticles

Chema Garcia Ibarra | 7 mins | Spain The experiment was almost a success: protomatter exists. PREMIERE STATUS NY Premiere SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00 PM     Sat, Oct 16, 2010 IndieScreen PRODUCTION CREDITS Direction, screenplay, edit and production | Chema [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Seed

Seed

Hugo Perez | 10 mins | USA After a decade of famine and food riots, the Mendelian Corporation feeds (and controls) the world through its genetically modified seeds.  Twelve-year old Juan is a member of the Sprouts –the Mendelian corporate [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Signal

Signal

Chris Farrington | 18mins | USA Against the backdrop of 19th-century wireless telegraph experimentation, a scientist must survive a confrontation with a distraught local who claims the mysterious technology keeps him from contacting his recently departed wife. SCREENING SCHEDULE 7:00PM      [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Silver Sling

Silver Sling

Tze Chun | 11 mins | USA In the polarized economy of the near future, corporations offer financial incentives to their high-ranking female employees to pay for chemically accelerated surrogate births.  The surrogates, for the most part, are people on [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short, Uncategorized
Skhizein

Skhizein

Jeremy Clapin | 13 mins | France Having been struck by a 150-ton meteorite, Henry has to adapt to living precisely 91cms from himself… If he wants to open a door, sit on a chair, or pick up the phone, from [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Smart Machine

Smart Machine

Jane Sablow | 4 mins | USA The short, CGI animation, Smart Machine, captures a little boy’s unusual encounter with a vending machine during a family vacation. The child discovers that the machine can talk and it has a very [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Stereopsis

Stereopsis

Joseph Singer | 10 mins | USA Three-year-old Jake is kidnapped by his grandparents and great aunt, who don’t believe that he is safe in his father’s care. Five years pass and Jake, more mature now, wants to know why [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
Tagged

Tagged

Shawney Cohen & Mike Gallay | 28 mins | Canada Tagged introduces us to the raging debate over the ubiquitous Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip, touted as a tool with invaluable medical applications by its supporters and denounced as the [...]

October 15, 2010 Fiction, Films, Short
The Truth Behind Green Fuel

The Truth Behind Green Fuel

Julie Bezerra Madsen | 5 mins | Denmark A young girl gets sucked into the fueltank and discovers the truth behind the green fuel. Her good conscience is put to a test as a fantasyworld shows her what the consequence [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short
Velvet Cell

Velvet Cell

Thomas Hicks | 3 mins | USA From the collection Curious Brain. The Velvet Cell” itself turns Gravenhurst’s usual murder ballads into a murder mystery: over spiky electric guitars and a Krautrock-inspired motorik beat, Talbot sings, “To understand the killer/I [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Films, Music Video
Zerebrale Dichotomie

Zerebrale Dichotomie

Andreas Atteneder | 2 mins | Germany Most people have found themselves in situations where they have got to choose between two things. But sometimes that seems quite hard, as if two mysterious inner voices fight against each other. Our [...]

October 15, 2010 Animation, Fiction, Films, Short