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International Science Film Festival 2020

Sign up for FREE in August

SCINEMA is the largest international science film festival in the southern hemisphere, showcasing the best science feature, documentary, animated and experimental films from filmmakers around the world.

This year, due to social distancing, they’re unable to screen the winning films at your local cinema as they usually would.

Instead you can sign up and watch the movies online for free from 1 – 31 August, and you’ll even get access to some of the films for a whole 12 months.

You can watch the winning entries for 2020 including

  • My Year of Living Mindfully
  • Scratching the Surface
  • She Walks With Apes
  • Bugbottle
  • Animal Therapy
  • Reconnexion
  • #NatureNow 

You can read a blog about each of the above films too. Plus, you can watch a selection of films from 2019 if you missed out then.

Each films also comes with it’s own dedicated teacher resources. Packed full of lesson inspiration, classroom activities and thought-provoking questions all linked to the Australian National Curriculum.

Get started:

  • Sign up
  • Choose the film you’d like to watch
  • Log in or create a FREE education account
  • Download the resource best suited to your year group – you can download as many of these as you like.
  • You’ll need a screen, speakers and connection to the internet (we recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox browser)

If you’re inspired to make a movie of your own, you can subscribe to get news from SCINEMA including details about next year’s event and become a producer. Make a film, television series, documentary, short, educational video or animation with a science theme that could be shown around the world.

Find out more at SCINEMA website




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