Our feature-length documentary film, The Lake at the Bottom of the World will have a world premiere in New York City at the Imagine Science Film Festival, this Saturday! We are in competition for the “Science New Wave” award. The great news is there is a virtual screening that is also free to watch.
Imagine Science Film Festival: https://www.imaginesciencefilms.org// (Links to an external site.)
Here are the details:
The Lake at the Bottom of the World
Date/Time: Saturday, October 16th, 2021
2pm (PT) / 5pm (ET).
If you sign on at the right time, it is free to watch, it you want a replay, it is $10.
RSVP for the Film Screening:
You must RSVP. Here a direct link to do that for the virtual film screening (you will need to create an account): https://www.labocine.com/events/14th-annual-imagine-science-film-festival/programs/61367ee8d877a00018027e42 (Links to an external site.)
A post screening livestream discussion with some of the film crew and scientists will follow the world premiere of the documentary film The Lake at the Bottom of the World.
Here’s a link to the schedule for all films at the festival: https://www.labocine.com/events/14th-annual-imagine-science-film-festival (Links to an external site.)
Oct 15-22, Virtual on Labocine
The festival is an experimental interdisciplinary week-long series of events to open new dialogues between scientists, filmmakers, and artists. This year’s theme is RESISTANCE and will highlight the act of swimming against the current not for futile reasons but to spark change and awareness and will explore the act of resisting from the micro to the macro level. What does it mean to withstand opposing forces that sometimes feel overwhelming? How does resistance measure a material’s ability to resist the flow of electrons through it? How do organisms resist harmful influences such as disease, toxic agents, or infection?
Free at set time, and $10 Replay passes for on demand during the week.
Hope you enjoy!