That’s it! The 9th edition of CineGlobe is over. The outdoor screen has been packed away, the film-makers have gone home, and the VR headsets are happily back in their charging stations. Between our 65 short films inspired by science from 23 countries, 4 feature films, an awards ceremony, virtual reality experiences, hands-on games with old-school moving images (zoetrope, praxinoscope and the Moviola projector) and workshops on the principles of photography and stop-motion animation, we’re excited to announce we had an attendance of over 2000 interacting with science and cinema at CERN!
Our theme “Transformation/Transcendence” shone through, as many of you told us you took away new ideas about how science and cinema interact in your lives. We would like to take a moment thank everyone who attended the festival and those who made it possible in the first place, including CERN, our partners and sponsors, and our amazing team of dedicated volunteers.
Thanks to our jury for their hard work:
Mark Levinson, director of The Bit Player and Particle Fever
Clara Nellist, Physicist and Outreach Coordinator for the ATLAS Experiment
Claudia Lehmann, Filmmaker and member of Eye on Science
Robbie I’Anson Price, Scientist, filmmaker, and producer of the Exposure Science Film Hackathon
Santeri Palomaki represented IdeaSquare for the Innovation Prize
Short films – open air
9 sessions of selected fiction and documentary films from the CineGlobe short film competition inspired by science will be shown on the outdoor screen. Vote online for your favourites! Transat seating will be available throughout the day on a first-come, first-served basis.
Short films for kids
In parallel to our Fiction and Documentary sessions, our selection of Youth short films will show throughout the day in CineGlobe very own mobile screening room, the Cinema Caravan. Younger viewers will be delighted by these films lasting up to ten minutes each in a unique setting.
Every evening (except for the awards ceremony on Saturday), CineGlobe will screen a feature-length film inspired by science in. The film will begin once the sun has set. Transat seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. A limited number of transats can be booked for free online
Wednesday-Sunday between 12h00 and 21h00
Discover the world of virtual reality with 360-degree films from CERN and immersive experiences from guest artists The Power of Moo.
Draw your own stories frame-by-frame and see them come to life on traditional cinema equipment!
Moviola & Zoetrope/Praxinoscope
Wednesday-Sunday between 12h00 and 21h00 (free access)
Workshops – Images in Transformation
Saturday and Sunday from10h00 to18h00
Age: 5+, Sign-up required via Evenbrite
Stop-Motion Animation & Tetra-pak camera
Come and get hands-on with the principles of pinhole photography and stop-motion animation!