Another year of Scinema and another year of excellent film. With over 300 films entered this year, and then curated into 46 finalist films as always it was a strong competition.
SCINEMA 2013 WINNERS:
° Best Film
STEM CELL REVOLUTIONS
° Best Animation CLOUDED LEOPARD KILL
° Best Experimental NIGHT OF THE CRYSTAL MUTANTS
° Best Short Film CRITICAL THINKING SERIES
° Award for Technical Merit THE MEASURE OF THINGS
International Festival of Science Films travelling shows will be
screening at over 400 venues around Australia during Science week from
More information: www.scinema.com.au
enquiries: Cris Kennedy Festival Director 02 6246 4602
About our 2013 Jury
The 2012 SCINEMA Jury convened at
The Edge at The State Library of QLD on Saturday 7 July. Our Jury came
from a range of disciplines and brought an interesting and lively debate
to this year's selection of films. Our Jury 2012 included: Wilson
Da Silva (Cosmos Magazine), Brooke Harris-Reeves (Griffith
University), Nathaniel Cooper (Courier Mail), Ben
Lewis (RiAus), Jayne Keen (Inspiring Australia), David Keane
(QLD College of the Arts), Damian Harris (Griffith University,, SCINEMA
Technical Director), Cris Kennedy (CSIRO, SCINEMA
The SCINEMA Jury convene at The Edge at The
State Library of QLD
About SCINEMA 2013
SCINEMA will screen across Australia from August 13 to
21, 2013, to celebrate
Become a SCINEMA partner venue - SCINEMA is offered
free to schools, libraries, art galleries and museums.
Grab a copy of our venue application
Over a decade of delivering science film to over 1400 venues across the nation.
Who runs Scinema
Scinema is a partnership between Australia's CSIRO, Ri Aus, and Cosmos Magazine.
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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.
Inaugurated in 2000, SCINEMA opened as an internationally competitive festival playing in Canberra only, at the Center Cinema, to a paying audience. It was well attended, with sell-outs and repeat performances of its key event ‘Sexy Skivvy Science’ featuring Dean and Rob from the 1970s & 80s children’s television series The Curiosity Show talking about clips from the series and performing some of their more fun experiments (and, of course, wearing their trademark skivvies).
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In 2002 and 2003, a scaled-down version of SCINEMA ran over a week at the National Museum of Australia, playing a curated program of Australian and international science documentary film to full houses.
In 2004, with a grant from the Commonwealth Government to grow the scope of the festival, SCINEMA played in 45 venues around Australia, before an audience of 4,500.
Wanting to involve a school-aged audience in the excitement of film-making and science communication, we began the SCINEMA Student Short Science Film Competition with our 2004 festival, uncovering some truly inspired works from Primary, Secondary and tertiary institutions around Australia.
As word of SCINEMA spread, we found more venues wanting to take part, and our 2005 Festival played to audience figures of almost 10,000 at nearly 80 venues, with major new partners including the Museums of South Australia, Queensland
and Melbourne, and new regional centres including Port Lincoln and Wagga Wagga.
In 2006, we returned to our internationally competition, screening over two weeks at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, as well as playing our Travelling Film Festival in 100+ venues across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, adding locations across India in 2008. 2008 also saw a second tour from International multimedia artist Peter McLeish.
From 2007 to 2011, SCINEMA has continued to grow a little each year, with 400+ venues taking part in 2012.
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