Scinema (SCINEMA) Festival of Science Film Competition

NAME OF FESTIVAL: SCINEMA Festival of Science Film Competition
SINCE: 2000
WHERE: Canberra, Australia
WEBSITE: www.scinema.com.au
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Conceived as a way to forge new links between the sciences and the arts, SCINEMA has explored ways to enhance communication to raise public and stakeholder excitement and trust in science through the medium of film, while also celebrating the scientific advances in film technology itself.

Unlucky 13! 13th SCINEMA Festival of Science Film CANCELED for 2014.

Unlucky 13! 13th SCINEMA Festival of Science Film CANCELED for 2014.

SCINEMA Festival of Science Film

SCINEMA Festival of Science Film is canceled for 2014. The Australian festival announced that because they were not successful in their funding bid, the festival will take a hiatus and return in 2015. SCINEMA Festival of Science Film is a traveling science film and multimedia festival based in Canberra, Australia.

Sydney filmmakers take the top awards in the 2010 SCINEMA Festival of Science Film Competition

  Sydney filmmakers took the top awards in the 2010 SCINEMA Festival of Science Film Competition.  Sydney filmmaker, Ian Walker, won Best Director for his documentary I, Psychopath, and Sydney production company Essential Media won Best Film for How Kevin Bacon Cured Cancer and Best Television Series for Whatever! The Science of Teens, shown on the local Australian ABC. Kayna Fichadia, a year two student at Epping North Primary School, was awarded best Primary Student […]