What with all the buzz surrounding Bjork's Biophilia project, science films are so hawt right now! Don't know what I'm talking about? Then check out this weirdness:
Yeah. . . okay!
Anyway, some other science/film folks, the crew over at Imagine films, reached out to ask me to remind you that the deadline is approaching for your science films to be considered for this year's festival:
We are currently looking for short or feature length films to showcase at this years festival. Submissions should weave elements of real science into a fictional narrative and filmmakers from all backgrounds are encouraged to participate. Entries must be submitted by the 15th of August. To give you a clearer idea of what the festival entails, last year we showcased everything from Isabella Rosselini's Green Porno to a film directed by a monkey! Documentaries are welcome, however we encourage comedies, mysteries and dramas etc which touch base with a scientific idea or fact. The successful submissions will be screened at the festival and will be eligible for one of four film prizes available.
Check out the festival entry info here. No, you don't have to include shots of your head overlooking an icicle-covered moon.