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Film

Spread the word - the deadline for SCINEMA 2020 film submissions has been extended! Welcome back to another year of awe-inspiring science and brilliant films! We've extended the entry deadline until Sunday, February 9, which means you have almost an extra month to submit your films! “We’ve...

Here's our top Christmas/Science movie picks to get you feeling festive. The Christmas tree is up, the advent calendars have been opened and the dreaded Christmas shopping is creeping up on us. And with Christmas only a few weeks away, we thought we’d get festive with...

New award categories announced for SCINEMA 2020.    Film submissions for SCINEMA International Science Film Festival 2020 opened last week with a handful of exciting new award categories! While some of last year's awards, such as Scientific Merit, will return for 2020 - SCINEMA Best Film and SCINEMA...

SCINEMA 2020 is now open for film submissions. We can't wait to see what you've produced! So what are you waiting for? Entries are now open for the 20th SCINEMA International Science Film Festival, showcasing the best science films from around the world. SCINEMA (pronounced sci-nema) is...

Researchers have discovered that sharks pick their buddies and stick with them for years. Credit: Sam Cahir, Predapix Photography. This year audiences were blown away by the spectacular never-before-seen footage of sharks in 700 Sharks, which won the SCINEMA Award for Technical Merit. Like the sharks, the...

A slime mould, dubbed the "blob" has been unveiled, and it's continuing to surprise researchers.  A crowd favourite from this year’s SCINEMA line up was Smart Slime?. The short film called into question whether slime is intelligent. Filmmaker Juliette Martineau showcased just how strange and impressive slime moulds...