It’s Spacetime And Science Season At The Oscars
From multiverses to volcanoes, this year’s Academy Award nominees include many pictures where science drives the plot.
Was ‘Soylent Green’ Right About 2022?
Climate catastrophe? Check. Here’s what this classic science fiction film got right about 2022.
See Science In Motion At “Twitch, Pop, Bloom”
An exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image shows how in the early 1900s, science education films were entertainment for a general audience.
Did ‘Soylent Green’s’ Predictions About 2022 Hold Up?
A classic film in the 1970s took on the collapse of civil society in 2022. Almost 50 years later, was it right?
The Science Behind ‘Power Of The Dog’
A leading contender for an Oscar for Best Picture has a somewhat hidden science theme.
When Can Climate Change Be Comedy?
A disaster-ologist and a movie curator discuss the role that disaster movies play in understanding the biggest challenges facing humanity.
Oliver Sacks, In His Own Words
A new film explores the extraordinary life and legacy of neurologist and writer Oliver Sacks.
Science Goes To The Movies: ‘Annihilation’ In Chicago
On Thursday April 23, join us at the Davis Theater as we screen ‘Annihilation.’ Plus, a live conversation with local experts.
Science Goes To The Movies: ‘Gattaca’ In Princeton, NJ
On Thursday, March 19, join us at the Princeton Garden Theatre as we screen ‘Gattaca.’ Plus, a live conversation with local experts.
Go Behind The Science Of Your Favorite Movies At A Theater Near You
We’re going to movie theaters in Portland, Princeton, and Chicago to reveal the science behind some of our favorite films!