As part of the National Science Week International Science Film Festival 2018, InquiBox is hosting a space program cinema screening for our broader community. Join us for a night of space science cinema, stimulating conversations, popcorn and food.
The featured program includes a line up of short films:
LIFE OF A UNIVERSE – CREATION (UK) 30:00 mins By Paul Olding. Professor Brian Cox comes to Australia to tackle the biggest story of them all – how did the Universe come into being? Do the laws of physics for our Universe inexorably lead to the existence of us?
NEUTRON STARS COLLIDING (Australia) 1:55 mins By Paul Richards. A short film on the scientific discovery that could help scientists look back to the start of the Universe.
SEARCHING FOR DARK MATTER (Australia) 13:30 mins By Ryley Warrener Stawell; a small mining town to the northwest of Melbourne, is soon to become the centre of the hunt for one of science’s longest ongoing mysteries – Dark Matter.
THE MARS ACADEMY (USA) 13:30 mins By Hank Leukart. Four scientists travel to Brazil’s City of God, an impoverished Rio de Janeiro neighbourhood, where they spend two weeks in a local school teaching kids about science. There, they surprise the kids with an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experiment: the chance to do their own exploring on Mars using an actual NASA spacecraft.
We also have some surprise goodies for you to take away on the night. So join us in the fun, learn something new and have great conversations.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, this is a paper-free event, just bring yourself along.
Will food be provided on the night?
We will provide snacks and popcorn to aid your movie watching experience.
Is this screening suitable for all ages?
Yes, this screening is suitable for all ages.
Special thanks to our venue sponsor OneRoof Co-Working for opening up the event space for us.