SCINEMA Festival of Science Film

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Celebrate National Science Week at Queensland Museum South Bank.

Meet Queensland Museum scientists as they show specimens and talk about their work. Enjoy a range of fascinating science activities, exhibits, public lectures by journalist and broadcaster Robyn Williams, information on careers, plus Free Radical chemistry.

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SCINEMA Festival of Science Film

SCINEMA, a science film, video and multimedia festival, brings a program of science drama, documentaries, and short subjects.

Conceived as a way to forge new links between the sciences and the arts, SCINEMA has explored ways to enhance communication to raise public and stakeholder excitement and trust in science through the medium of film, while also celebrating the scientific advances in film technology itself.

With 2010 being the International Year of Biodiversity, expect a program exploring the way we interact with the environment and the critters we share it with.

For further details, visit the SCINEMA website. Presented by CSIRO and Cosmos Magazine.


Type: Film festival
Audience: General public. All films rated G for General Audiences.
When: 14 - 24 August. Films will run from 9:30am – 5pm. Program details coming soon.
Where: Level 2. Queensland Museum South Bank.
Cost: Free. Bookings essential for all schools and groups.
Numbers: Recommend exploring in small groups.
Duration: Free choice.


Supported by the Australian Government as part of National Science Week.

National Science Week 2010

Event Details

14 August 2010 - 24 August 2010
Level 2. Queensland Museum South Bank

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