Presenting “Shuttles and Migrations,” the September 2017 Issue of Labocine

24 extraordinary science films depicting movement of people and animals between areas and frontiers, from the microscopic to interstellar space.

Shuttles and Migrations focuses on films that depict the movement of people or animals between areas or frontiers. It also delves into the microscopic world of molecular beings depicting capable of shuttling molecules or ions from one location to another.

Labocine is an ambitious and unique endeavor that brings together indie science cinema with research videos. It is a true science/film hybrid — part VOD platform, part science magazine. We have over 1,500 films in our collection and we release bi-weekly Spotlights highlighting science/art projects around the world.

THE FILMS OF SHUTTLES AND MIGRATIONS

No Exit by Mohanad Yaqubi
Survival Visa by Nadia Rais
The ISS Image Frontier — Making the Invisible Visible by Christoph Malin
A Space Exodus by Larissa Sansour
The Wind by Lina Ghaibeh, May Ghaibeh
The Digger by Ali Cherri
Birds by Ulu Braun
Voyagers by Santiago Menghini
To Fly or Not to Fly by Aniela Gabryel
Il Silenzio (The Silence) by Ali Asgari, Farnoosh Samadi
Crumbs by Miguel Llansó
Movement and Location by Alexis Boling
Gondwana by Riccardo Giacconi
Higher Ground by Mary Magsamen, Stephen Hillerbrand
Tunisia 2045 by Ted Hardy-Carnac
Slingshots of the Oceanic by Flora Lichtman
First Pole on Mars by Agnieszka Elbanowska
The Art of Flying by Jan Van Ijken
We Began by Measuring Distance by Basma Alsharif
Squirrel Island by Astrid Goldsmith
Stardust by Mischa Rozema
Lebanese Rocket Society by Joana Hadjithomas, Khalil Joreige
Best of Luck with the Wall by Josh Begley
Nesma’s Birds by Najwan Ali, Medoo Ali, Mohammad Jaafarn, Fatima Sah

Labocine is an ambitious and unique endeavor that brings together indie science cinema with research videos. It is a true science/film hybrid — part VOD platform, part science magazine. We have over 1,500 films in our collection and we release bi-weekly Spotlights highlighting science/art projects around the world.