Communicating science through short films
Announcement: Exposure 2017 will take place from the 1st to the 3rd of December.
Applications are closed! We will contact you with decisions on participation by 18th October
Exposure 2017 is supported by:
Exposure Science Film Hackathon
Communicating Science through short films
Science can appear inaccessible and complex to non-scientists and art can seem unachievable and daunting to scientists. This 3 day course aims to bring together scientists and artists to create films that communicate complex concepts in science.
In groups of 4, participants will:
> find a scientific concept
> decide how they want to communicate this concept
> produce a short film aimed at a non-scientist audience
The short films are created with the aim of communicating fascinating scientific concepts and engaging members of the public with science. On the last evening of the event the films will be presented to a panel of judges who will award a prize to the film that best fulfills the aims of the hackathon. There will also be a free public showing of the films.
Who are we looking for?
Anyone with a passion for communicating science
On each day of the event we will have mentors that are experts in various fields. They will be available for consultation about ideas and methods. Mentors will also give short presentations about their experiences communicating science and making films.