An archive of films that feature famous scientists looks deserted for about two years now.
The annual film festival CineGlobe at the European research center CERN now lets you watch
A series of 5-to-10-minute videos produced by a public broadcaster report on the problems that
An inspiring media library presents selected movies.
Did Germany deal adequately with climate change? This case is heard, in the year 2034,
One of the winners of FastForwardScience is a YouTuber who became successful thanks to a
What if you could talk with the deceased, at least with a perfect digital copy
A German student watched out for science channels in other countries – and she made
Truly translating their research to the medium dance (and only second to film) is what
These videos could help scientists to engage with YouTube audiences.
Some very interesting audiovisual science journalism is worth being pointed out to you.
From 120 submissions for the categories Substance, Scitainment and Vision, 17 videos have been selected.
The New Scientist recommends science YouTube channels.
»Mind my mind« by Floor Adams is a highly original animation that portrays the experience
A woman's reponse to a failed Discovery Channel promotion: #ItsOurWorldToo
A strong film concept, a touch of story, and a good beat – that's how
Some surprise winners, some foreseeable awardees – and some who took home more than one award.
By uploading this video on YouTube He Jiankui became an objectionable celebrity.
Better find a good storyteller before producing your film.
To promote your institution in a film, you need an excellent concept – and a
This animation deserves standing ovations.
Italian filmmaker Nicole Leghissa portrays scientists from Syriah, Irak and Yemen who left their countries