Here are the two films that won honorable mentions in the Science Film Competition. Consider watching them in full HD.
I’ll release the others tomorrow…
These are awesome! The animation and music on the second was stunning. Thanks for sharing. Hoping to get involved with this contest next year.
Thank you for showing these films which in their individual ways were so informative! I loved the approach of using the dancer to demontrate and explain forces. (And what clear and concise explanations.)The second film was just great too. What a marvellous use of animation and I thought the music was just right. My two year old son was transfixed!!
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Sid… Excellent! Keep an eye out for announcements. If I get funds, I will do it.
Mary – yes, indeed. Two very different takes on what constitutes a “science film” that work very well in concept and execution.
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