News

Our grantee cinemas are making headlines across the nation! Click through the archive below to see what the media has to say about Science on Screen.

"The intersection of science and culture is the mission of Science on Screen, which has been cultivating an audience of film lovers and geeks in Brookline for 10 years."
— The Boston Globe

"For a sci-fi fan like me, this [brilliant idea for a film series] is cooler than a Swiss Army knife equipped with a lightsaber."
— The News-Gazette

"For science lovers or people just looking to see a fun movie and talk about it, Science on Screen is something you should be checking out."
— Smile Politely

March 19, 2021

Cinemas across America join together to promote science with 8th National Evening of Science on Screen©

On March 24, independent theaters in 24 cities in 17 states to host in-person and online programs pairing films with science speakers

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March 16, 2021

Lots to be learned at the Dietrich

—Abington Journal

February 24, 2021

Coolidge Corner Theatre and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation announce grant recipients for 10th season of Science on Screen®

37 nonprofit film organizations nationwide funding to produce educational events pairing films with STEM speakers—in cinemas and, for the first full season, online and at the drive-in.

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February 17, 2021

Returning to the Big Screen

—Harvard Magazine

February 5, 2021

Entertainment guide: Feb. 5

—Billings Gazette

February 2, 2021

You can fight against “Blursdays” at the Dietrich

—The Abington Journal

January 29, 2021

St. Helena’s Cameo Cinema has withstood the test of time.

—Napa Valley Register

November 18, 2020

Citizen Revolt: November 19

—Salt Lake City Weekly

November 17, 2020

More than the Movies: Movie, panel encourages women to persue STEM careers

"Because of the initiative of the Coolidge Corner Theatre, with major support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and their sponsorship of this Science on Screen movie event and panel discussion, we were able to shine a light on this issue and begin a discussion about ways to encourage women of all backgrounds to feel they belong in STEM fields."

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October 27, 2020

There’s nothing quite like the big screen

—The Abington Journal

October 14, 2020

Entertainment and escape more important now than ever

—The Abington Journal

October 12, 2020

Making chocolate event at the Dietrich

—Wyoming Country Press Examiner

September 11, 2020

'Snakes on a Plane' a cheesy, fun time

—Wyoming County Press Examiner

September 2, 2020

Science on Screen returns to Dietrich

—Wyoming County Press Examiner