More than 50 scientists-as-filmmakers from all Swiss universities and research centres will present their films as premieres at our film festival.
In the film-making marathon, we train Swiss researchers in tools used in dramatic storytelling and filmmaking to communicate their research, thereby making their science more readily accessible for a broader audience. Course participants learn the basics of visual storytelling and filmmaking and in working in groups supervised by professional filmmakers produceshort films during threeintensive course days.
This year we expect to produce eight short films from all scientific disciplines.
The produced films will be screened in five slots, with a special award for the best film.