7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Fri 10/17/14

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6:30 PM

Opening Night Shorts, Panel & Reception: Exploration in the 4th Dimension
Variations on the power and meaning of time, in science and film @ Google New York
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Join Imagine Science Films for opening night of the 7th annual Imagine Science Film Festival at Google New York. The evening will include a shorts screening, panel & reception introducing us to the theme of “time” through the program Exploration in the 4th Dimension followed by a panel moderated by science writer Carl Zimmer.

Google New York
111 8th Ave
New York, NY 10011
(Chelsea, Manhattan)

Program: Exploration in the 4th Dimension- Variations on time in science and film

Cost: Free, RSVP Required

TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON

Films:

  • Confluence_1Confluence
  • Butterfly Wing DevelopmentButterfly Wing Development
  • Weight of Mountains-2The Weight of Mountains
  • Through the Hawthorn
  • BloodMoonTimeLapse_stillBlood Moon Time Lapse #4
  • TapeGenerations_1Tape Generations
  • Gödel, Incomplete
  • Time Crunch -2Time Crunch
  • Melanie_Hoff_215,000 Volts
  • Robota_1Robota
  • Cascades_tmbCascades

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Sat 10/18/14

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm 1:00 PM

Shorts: Time Travelogues
Exploring historical science across the globe @ Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
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Join Imagine Science Films shorts program Time Travelogues, exploring historical science across the globe, followed by Q&A.

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
65 W 11th St, Rm 500 Wollman Hall
New York, NY 10011
(Greenwich Village)

Program: Time Travelogues- Historical science across the globe

Cost: $10 public, $5 students, New School students free with ID

TICKETS & RSVP AVAILABLE HERE

Films:

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Sat 10/18/14

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm 2:30 PM

Shorts: Vintage on 16mm Film
Spectacle 124 S. 3rd Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 Program: Vintage on 16mm film Cost: $tbd TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON Films:
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Spectacle
124 S. 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Program: Vintage on 16mm film

Cost: $tbd

TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON

Films:

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Sat 10/18/14

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6:30 PM

Feature & Panel: The Creeping Garden
The art & science of slime mold today (New York premiere of The Creeping Garden) @ Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
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Join Imagine Science Films for a film screening of the New York premiere of The Creeping Garden, a feature documentary on the art and science of slime mold, followed by panel discussion with scientists and artists.

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
63 5th ave University Center Rm 100
New York, NY 10003
(Greenwich Village, Manhattan)

Program: The Creeping Garden-  The art & science of slime mold today

Cost: $10 public, $5 students, New School Students free with ID

TICKETS & RSVP AVAILABLE HERE

  • Avalance_1Avalanche Engineers
  • Sugar_cropMicroscope Time-Lapse: Sugar Crystalizing out of Solution
  • creeping garden -1The Creeping Garden

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Sat 10/18/14

9:00 pm - 11:30 pm 8:30 PM

Feature & Reception: The Infinite Man
A fictional and comedic narrative on time travel, looping and love @ Wythe Hotel
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Feature film screening of The Infinite Man, a fictional and comedic narrative on time travel, looping and love, followed by a reception at Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Wythe Hotel
80 Wythe Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(Williamsburg, Brooklyn)

Program: The Infinite Man- A fictional and comedic narrative on time travel, looping and love

Cost: $10 public, $5 students

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

  • INFINATE MANThe Infinite Man

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Sun 10/19/14

1:30 pm - 4:00 pm 1:00 PM

Shorts & Brunch: Modern Animals
A contemplation of modernity and the nature film, paired with science-themed brunch @ Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
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Join Imagine Science Films at The New School for its first ever science film brunch! Ponder modernity and the nature film paired with science themed food and drink.

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
65 W 11th St, Rm 500 Wollman Hall
New York, NY 10003
(Greeenwich Village, Manhattan)

Program: Modern Animals- Modernity and the nature film

Cost: $10 public, $5 students, The New School students with ID free

TICKETS & RSVP AVAILABLE HERE

Films:

  • MetacinemaApplied Metacinema
  • Burrow CamsBurrow Cams
  • The Divide_1The Divide
  • frogFrog Embryo Development
  • BIRDS_1Birds
  • Symphony_no_42_1Symphonyno. 42
  • to fly or not to fly_cropTo Fly or Not to Fly
  • The WaipipiThe Wapiti
  • IR_PLANETIR Planet
  • All what is All What is Somehow Useful
  • The Coral Reef Are Dreaming Again
  • Slow Life_1Slow Life

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Sun 10/19/14

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm 2:30 PM

Shorts: Modern Animals
A contemplation of modernity and the nature film @ The Liberty Science Center
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Liberty Science Center
222 Jersey City Blvd JDW theater
Jersey City, NJ 07305

Program: Modern Animals- Modernity and the nature film

Cost: Adult $5, Child/Senior $4

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

Films:

  • MetacinemaApplied Metacinema
  • Burrow CamsBurrow Cams
  • The Divide_1The Divide
  • frogFrog Embryo Development
  • BIRDS_1Birds
  • Symphony_no_42_1Symphonyno. 42
  • to fly or not to fly_cropTo Fly or Not to Fly
  • The WaipipiThe Wapiti
  • IR_PLANETIR Planet
  • All what is All What is Somehow Useful
  • The Coral Reef Are Dreaming Again
  • Slow Life_1Slow Life

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Sun 10/19/14

7:00 pm - 10:30 pm 6:30 PM

Shorts & Reception: Time Control & 48 Hour Film Competition Screening
Animation, reanimation and the manipulation of time in science and fiction @ Pioneer Works
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Final screening of the six 48 Hour Science-Film Competition shorts, sponsored by Tribeca Film Institute, Nanotronics & Panavision, followed by shorts program Time Control, panel & reception.

The Made in New York Media Center by IFP
30 John Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(DUMBO, Brooklyn)

Program: Time Control - Animation, reanimation and the manipulation of time in sci/fiction

Cost: $10 public, $5 students

TICKETS & RSVP AVAILABLE HERE

Films: 

  • Living Foissil_1Living Fossil
  • Recursion_1Recursion
  • Division_still1_Division
  • Flowering Plants_1Flowering Plants – The Right Timing
  • Humming Bird_1Secrets of the Hummingbird’s Tongue
  • los andes 2Los Andes
  • IT HAS ALREADY BEEN ENDED_1IT HAS ALREADY BEEN ENDED BEFORE YOU CAN SEE THE END.
  • Living Still_1Living Still Life
  • Comepressed_03Compressed 03

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Mon 10/20/14

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 6:30 PM

Feature: Focus On Infinity
A globe-spanning exploration of the universe and the people who's lives are devoted to its study (New York premiere of Focus on Infinity) @ The Museum of the Moving Image
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Join Imagine Science Films at The Museum of the Moving Image for New York premiere of the 2014 feature film, Focus On Infinity, to explore the origin of our existence.

Museum of the Moving Image
36-01 35th Ave
New York, NY 11106
(Astoria, Queens)

Program: Focus on Infinity 

Cost: TBA

TICKETS AVAILABLE SOON

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Tue 10/21/14

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm 6:30 PM

Feature: Je T'Aime, Je T'Aime (35mm)
A rare 35mm screening of the Alain Resnais' 1968 time travel classic @ Anthology Film Archives
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Join Imagine Science Films at Anthology Film Archives for a screening of the 1968 French film Je T’Aime, Je T’Aime on 35mm. Experience science narrative at its finest through this epic fictitious story on time travel and memory recall.

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave, Maya Deren Theater
New York, NY 10003
(East Village, Manhattan)

Program: Je T’Aime, Je T’Aime - Time travel & memory recall

Cost: $10 public, $5 students

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Tue 10/21/14

9:00 pm - 10:30 pm 8:30 PM

Shorts: Non-Sequential Recall
Mind, memory, and mental re-arrangement @ Anthology Film Archives
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Following the feature film, Je T’Aime, Je T’Aime, join us for a continuation on the theme of time and memory for a shorts program, Non-Sequential Recall.

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave, Maya Deren Theater
New York, NY 10003
(East Village, Manhattan)

Program: Non-Sequential Recall - Mind, memory, and mental re-arrangement

Cost: $10 public, $5 students

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

Films:

  • Blame it on the Seagull
  • Amygdala_02Amygdala
  • Headspace_01Headspace
  • Escape from Planet Tar_2Escape from Planet Tar
  • Permanent PresentPermanent Present
  • ditr_02Devil In The Room
  • TheHumanCondition_01The Human Condition
  • NOSTALGIC_1Nostalgic
  • baths_1Baths

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Wed 10/22/14

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm 6:00 PM

Shorts & Reception: Intimate Portraits of Lifespan and Disease
Personal stories of heath and life from birth to death and all the time in between @ The Rockefeller University
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Personal monologues dissecting all facets of heath from birth to death and the time in between.

The Rockefeller University
1230 York Ave, Carson Family Auditorium
New York, NY 10065
(Upper East Side, Manhattan)

Reception: 6-7 PM

Program: Intimate Portraits of Lifespan and Disease 

Cost: $10 public, $5 students, Rockefeller Students free

TICKETS & RSVP AVAILABLE HERE

Films:

  • Ab-OvoAb Ovo
  • Our Curse_1Our Curse
  • AiryMeAiry Me
  • Stick
  • living_in_spaceLiving in Space
  • Lithium_1Lithium: Manhattan, Manic City
  • GERMANIUM-3Germanium
  • darling_stillDarling
  • Sequence of LifeSequence of Life
  • Danielle_1Danielle

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Thu 10/23/14

7:30 pm - 11:00 pm 7:00 PM

Shorts, Gallery, Concert & Awards: We Already Live in the Future
Modernity, retrofuture, and the scientific hyperpresent @ The Made in NY Media Center by IFP
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Pioneer Works 
159 Pioneer Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(Red Hook, Brooklyn)

Program: We Already Live in the Future- Modernity, retrofuture, and the scientific hyperpresent

Cost: Free, RSVP Recommended

RSVP AVAILABLE HERE

Films:

  • WHITE_HOT_GRID_still_1White Hot Grid
  • davinci_still_tmbDa Vinci
  • COPPERCopper
  • Rhizome_1Rhizome
  • Raw Data_1Raw Data
  • OMOTE-1OMOTE / REAL-TIME FACE TRACKING & PROJECTION MAPPING
  • pal198_tmbStep Into the World With Your PAL198x
  • BalletMeetsRobotics_03Ballet Meets Robotics
  • After the Flood_1After the Flood
  • Amnesiac_2Amnesiac on the Beach
  • Quanticare_1Quanticare

7th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival

Fri 10/24/14

6:00 pm - 9:45 pm 6:00 PM

Closing Night with Margaret Mead
Women in science and film across the globe @ American Museum of Natural History
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The Imagine Science Film Festival partners with Margaret Mead Film Festival! Enjoy an evening at the American Museum of Natural History including a shorts program of science documentaries directed by female filmmakers from around the world followed by the feature film, Sepideh, a documentary about a young Iranian woman who dreams of becoming an astronaut.

American Museum of Natural History
77th Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenues, Hayden Planetarium Space Theater
New York, NY 10024
(Upper West Side, Manhattan)

Happy hour: 6:00- 7:30 PM

Screening: 7:30-9:45 PM

Program: Science documentaries by female filmmakers followed by the feature film, Sepideh

Panel: Women in science and film with director of Sepideh, Berit Madsen

Cost: $12 public, $10 seniors, $10 students

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

Films:

  • Green_1Green Matters
  • TLMO_1The Lion’s Mouth Opens
  • Deep Weather_1Deep Weather
  • SepidehSepideh

Fri 10/31/14

All Day

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STATE OF TIME in Berlin
The Berlin based STATE Festival has partnered with ISF to present the first annual STATE Science/Art Festival.
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The Berlin based STATE Festival has partnered with ISF to present the first annual STATE Science/Art Festival. Both STATE and ISF share the same vision of promoting and exposing knowledge to make science accessible to the broadest possible audience.

STATE Festival is a celebration of scientific ideas and creativity across disciplines. It brings together visionary people from different backgrounds for the purpose of exploration, collaboration and debate. STATE is an independent festival with strong ties to the german and international science and art communities ensuring a great program and a unique experience.

On an annually changing topic, it creates a meeting ground for science, art and the public. The main theme of STATE 2014 is TIME. Films, interactive installations, performances, panels and exhibitions help to fulfill the festival’s motto: Experience Science.

STATE will take place in the heart of Berlin with a central location that will be supplemented by additional locations throughout the city giving visitors the opportunity to experience even more of this great city.

Please visit http://www.statefestival.org and https://www.facebook.com/StateFestival for more information and frequent updates!