Despite unusual circumstances, three postponements, and an 80% reduction in our venue’s normal capacity, we estimate that over the five days of our festival in August, we received over 1700 visitors combined across short film sessions, masterclasses, workshops, virtual reality experiences, feature film screenings and the awards evening. Check out our gallery of the best pictures from the event.
The heart of the CineGlobe programme has long been the short film competition inspired by science, and this year was no exception. Our theme, (Dis)Orders of Magnitude, attracted over a thousand submissions. We are pleased to highlight the winners!
Following their deliberations, they awarded the following prizes:
And the audience has also spoken:
Congratulations to all of the winners!
At CineGlobe, we’re always looking for new ways to bring science and film closer together. So, we’re proud to announce the Geneva International Science in Fiction Screenplay Award ! This competition is currently accepting entries in four categories: feature, TV script, short screenplay, and outline. The next submission deadline is 19 December!
We’re pleased to announce a new partnership with the online platform Shift72. Thanks to them, we’ll be able to offer CineGlobe content year-round! Short films, masterclasses and discussion sessions from the latest edition, archive content and more… and all free of charge to viewers! So sign up now for free and check back regularly for new uploads.