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SCINEMA 2020 is now open for film submissions. We can't wait to see what you've produced! So what are you waiting for? Entries are now open for the 20th SCINEMA International Science Film Festival, showcasing the best science films from around the world. SCINEMA (pronounced sci-nema) is...

Stuck for science books and films? We've got you covered! It’s the last day of Book Week across schools nation wide, and while we might not be able to dress up as our favourite book characters, we can still celebrate our favourite science books through film. Here...

What is time? Are we alone in the universe? And how much do we really know?  Winner of SCINEMA’s Special Jury Award, The Most Unknown offers a window into the wonders of science as a chain of researchers tackle some of humanity’s biggest questions. Nine scientists are...

Scientists have found the elusive gene responsible for lefty snail shells, and have even managed to produce 'lefty' offspring. Jeremy the Lefty Snail and Other Asymmetrical Animals looks at the fascinating story of Jeremy, a one in a million snail. His shell coiled to the...

Hear what our SCINEMA judges have to say  about the importance of presenting science on the big screen. SCINEMA is all about putting the science in cinema. But science in film is about more than entertaining audiences; it’s about creating conversations. For cancer biologist Darren Saunders, science...