Thursday 31st July 2014,
Imagine Science Films
Spotlight 23: The Perfect 46

Spotlight 23: The Perfect 46

As said by the infamous Jesse Darden (CEO of the Perfect 46) today we are announcing something new! In line with our recent Fiction to Future about the Perfect 46 film, we present an interview with the director, Brett Ryan [...]

July 29, 2014 News, Spotlight
Spotlight 24: Grown Served: Living Restoration

Spotlight 24: Grown Served: Living Restoration

Through hydroponic grow tubes, green roofs and education, Living Restoration promotes sustainability, community development and urban agriculture. Imagine Science went to see the work that Living Restoration are doing in Brooklyn, Staten Island and other areas of New York City. [...]

July 28, 2014 News, Spotlight
Spotlight 22:  Medium Rare Science

Spotlight 22: Medium Rare Science

Burger Joint, 33W 8th Street NY, hosted an exhibition of scientific images, which had been taken by scientists at the Center for Soft Physics Research, NYU. Kazem Edmonds organized the exhibition and collected photographs from his colleagues. The photographs include [...]

July 22, 2014 News, Spotlight
Spotlight 21: Vibrations to Abstractions

Spotlight 21: Vibrations to Abstractions

Though it seems effortless, language is an amazingly complex computational system living in our brains. ‘Sounds’ – vibrations in the air around us that we pick up with our ears – are coded, and translated into meaning, becoming mere abstractions [...]

July 17, 2014 News, Spotlight
Submit by August 1st!

Submit by August 1st!

Submit to the 7th annual Imagine Science Film Festival! Nature will be sponsoring the Scientific Merit Award ($2500) and Audience Choice Award ($1000)! Submit by August 1st here. [...]

July 14, 2014 2014, News
Fiction to Future: Let’s go on a Fantastic Voyage

Fiction to Future: Let’s go on a Fantastic Voyage

On the surface, Richard Fleischer’s 1966 Fantastic Voyage seems like an average science fiction tale. But in delving deeper into the film, we can understand the power that it has. This 1966 film certainly has elements typical of true science [...]

July 14, 2014 Uncategorized
Fiction to Future: Soylent Green Is….Insects?!

Fiction to Future: Soylent Green Is….Insects?!

1973’s classic Sci-Fi film Soylent Green portrays the dystopian future of 2022, where the world is suffering from mass pollution, overpopulation, and a boiling planet due to the drastic effects of climate change. The film centers on New York City, [...]

July 10, 2014 2014, News, News & Views, Uncategorized
PopSci: How The World Cup’s Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Works

PopSci: How The World Cup’s Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Works

The most recent Field Work: World Cup episode, Kinetic, premieres on Popular Science! Imagine Science Films’ new series, “Field Work: World Cup,” puts these and other cinematic explorations on display. Each of the six short films in the series will debut on PopSci.com [...]

July 8, 2014 Field Work: World Cup
PopSci: How Brazil’s Soccer Stadiums Evolved for the World Cup

PopSci: How Brazil’s Soccer Stadiums Evolved for the World Cup

The most recent Field Work: World Cup episode, Temple, premieres on Popular Science! Imagine Science Films’ new series, “Field Work: World Cup,” puts these and other cinematic explorations on display. Each of the six short films in the series will debut on [...]

July 2, 2014 Field Work: World Cup
Fiction to Future: Is There Really Such a Thing as “Perfection”?

Fiction to Future: Is There Really Such a Thing as “Perfection”?

In America today, genetic modification is all around us. As much as 80% of processed foods Americans consume daily have been genetically modified. This large percentage is due to the fact that staples of our diet – like corn and [...]

June 30, 2014 2014, News, News & Views, Uncategorized