Attention All Aspiring Science Filmmakers

When I recently gave a talk at Rockefeller University, I met a remarkable grad student named Alexis Gambis, who has organized the Imagine Science Film Festival. Last year was its launch, and this year they’re at it again. Alexis asked me to be on the jury, and while I warned him that I think bad science makes for good science fiction, I signed on. They’re now eager for submissions–visit their web site for more details. I’ll be waiting to watch.

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