Join Our Ground-Breaking Festival!

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We are creating a science film festival that is unique in the world: one where documentarians and filmmakers alike allow for questioning of the basic assumptions and science behind science films. Work Local or Long Distance Whether you are in Souther

Einstein Wrong – The Music Video

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This music video is about the kidnapping of Stephen Hawking and is set to the theme music for the documentary film “Einstein Wrong – The Miracle Year”. According to the director, it was inspired by the desire to force scientists to

Cosmology Quest

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Most of us are intrigued by questions to do with the origin and evolution of the universe. Where do we come from? Where are we going? These are fundamental questions. This feature length presentation is a unique mixture of human interest and science

SciFlix Rating System

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This movie festival’s philosophy will shock you at first, but then it will make sense. We accept all science films from the “mainstream” documentaries like “Particle Fever”, to the truly conspiratorial that say the US go

David de Hilster

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David de Hilster is a documentary filmmaker, visual artist, and computer scientist in the area of artificial intelligence specializing in getting computers to understand human language. In the early 1990s, de Hilster was supported by the Los Angeles

Greg Volk

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Greg attended Stanford from 1979 to 1984 as an electrical engineer and also took the entire core undergraduate curriculum in physics. Although he did not complete my masters in signal processing, but did work in optical character recognition (OCR) an

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We showcase science films and filmmakers that challenge mainstream science spanning the topics of scientific injustice, new science, challenging mainstream science, and science conspiracies