Best of SCINEMA (M)

World's Best Science Short FilmsPaterson Allyn Williams Science Hub is proud to present


2 hours of the most amazing films from the 2016 International Science Film Festival showcasing the diversity of science films from across the globe.

When: 7pm, Wednesday 24 July 2016.

Where: James Theatre, Brown St, Dungog.

Rated M.


Robot Koch – Eclipse (ft Julien Marchal) (Germany) A musical journey through the cosmos created entirely by images from Hubble, NASA, ESA, ESO or Google Earth. Music from Robot Koch’s “Eclipse”.
Living Close – Parasitism (Australia) Relationships are complicated. She’s an emerald wasp just trying to find the right guy to start a family. He’s a cockroach that has left it all behind for a cross-species parasitic relationship.
Corpus (France) A complex chain reaction brings human organs to life. But can this creation be produced by a machine?
The Amazing Life Cycle of the European Eel (UK) The Romans kept European eels as pets and adorned them with jewelry. Today, they continue to travel over 12,000 km back and forth from the Sargasso Sea to complete their life cycles.
Metamorphosis of plants (Poland) This unique film is the result of two years spent watching and analysing the movements and metamorphoses of plants.
Update (Germany) In the near future, apps and gadgets are seamlessly incorporated into day-to-day activities. Laura is comfortable with this life but her attitude to data has consequences.
Maratus (Australia) A garbage collector takes a photo of a tiny colourful spider that will change his life.
HILLEMAN: A Perilous Quest to Save the World’s Children (USA) An American scientist succeeds in developing more than half of the vaccines children receive today, saving 8 million lives every year since the mid-1960s, and yet few know his name.

This is now required for any accredited course in Australia.

This is now required for any accredited course in Australia.

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