Creative pairings of current, classic, cult, and documentary films with lively introductions by notable figures from the world of science, technology, and medicine.
The Science on Screen grant initiative brings science to cinemas nationwide.
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Picture a Scientist [ONLINE] Ramifications of the medical gender gap
Arkansas Cinema Society Little Rock, ARTickets
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Moab's radioactive geology or: How I learned to start worrying and wonder why the rocks are glowing
Science Moab Moab, UT
Jaws Sharks: Why we should love them, not fear them
Dietrich Theater Tunkhannock, PATickets
Radium Girls Safe—and not so safe—uses for radiation
Ross Ragland Theater Klamath Falls, ORTickets
The Bit Player A practical demo of Claude Shannon's theory
Martha's Vineyard Film Society Tisbury, MATickets
Beasts of the Southern Wild Racial inequity and climate change
Coolidge Corner Theatre Brookline, MA
Tarantula Spider silk: An ancient biomaterial for the future
Salina Art Center Salina, KS
Andy Irons: Kissed by God Bipolar disorder and opioid addiction: myths vs reality
Michigan Theater Ann Arbor, MI
Ikarie XB 1 [ONLINE] Space exploration: Where science, culture, and imagination combine
Film Streams Omaha, NE
Monty Python and the Holy Grail Call me Tim: Those wise in the ways of science
Juneau Underground Motion Picture Society, Juneau Public Libraries, and Gold Town Theater Juneau, AK
Laserimage Circle to sphere: Origins of the laser light show
Museum of the Moving Image New York, NY