6 Brilliant Science Films From Symbiosis NYC
What happens when a filmmaker and a scientist who have never met are tasked with creating a movie in less than a week?
Visionary short cinema, that’s what.
This happens every year as Symbiosis, part of the Imagine Science Film Festival. At the New York festival, teams of scientists and filmmakers worked with the theme of “light.”
All films were screened as part of Imagine Science Film Festival’s epic closing night.
Watch the 6 Films
These six films are thought-provoking, beautiful, innovative, and surprising. It’s astounding that they were created in just a week. They truly represent the “science new wave,” where “scientist” and “filmmaker” become one.
The winner of this year’s New York Symbiosis competition was Light-Hearted, a visual poem that attempts to bridge scientific phenomena with the human experience, by Beatrice Copeland and Andres Mansisidor.
The runner-up was COLORCONDITION by Jason Chew and Rodrigo Valles.
Watch all of the amazing films of Symbiosis on Labocine: