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The Theory of Everything: Stephen Hawking Biopic Trailer Released

The Theory of Everything: Stephen Hawking Biopic Trailer Released

From Variety.com comes this announcement sure to please those happy to see science portrayed in cinema: “Focus Features has released the first trailer for the Stephen Hawking biopic, "The Theory of Everything." The romantic drama will hit U.S.

August 6, 2014 — Joanne Manaster
The Perfect 46: The Future is Near

The Perfect 46: The Future is Near

Visit theperfect46.com, and it looks like any business web page. The Perfect 46 purports to be a company that uses the power of genomics, the information stored in the entirety of your DNA–your genome–to determine if you are with “the one” for you.

April 21, 2014 — Joanne Manaster
The Perfect 46 Movie Available Worldwide for Streaming Viewing

The Perfect 46 Movie Available Worldwide for Streaming Viewing

Back in April, I featured the thought provoking film The Perfect 46 here at SciAm. I was impressed with the show and highly recommend it. Fortunately for us, it has gone beyond the film festival circuit and is available at Vimeo on Demand for rent.

August 20, 2014 — Joanne Manaster
7 Surprising Things Penguins of Madagascar Gets Right about Octopuses—and 4 It Gets Wrong

7 Surprising Things Penguins of Madagascar Gets Right about Octopuses—and 4 It Gets Wrong

It’s not very often that a movie comes out that features an octopus as one of the main (speaking) characters. (And they only occasionally become the star of a video game.) So if you wouldn’t mind indulging me for a brief detour into animation territory, let’s see what Hollywood gets right (and wrong) about this [...]

December 18, 2014 — Katherine Harmon Courage
Hyperlapse Know How

Hyperlapse Know How

I ran across this hyperlapse video of Singapore the other day: It got me thinking of a few other cities given the hyperlapse treatment, like Dubai: So I wondered, “What exactly is hyperlapse and how is it done?” I found a brief description at Know Your Meme website: “Hyperlapse Photography is a filmmaking technique that [...]

May 29, 2014 — Joanne Manaster
More than honey – a review

More than honey – a review

Last night I went to see the documentary ‘More than honey’, directed and produced by the Swiss film-maker Markus Imhoof. As I work with bees (bumblebees) and have already read a bit about colony collapse disorder and honeybee farming I wasn’t expecting too much from the film: an education on all the crops bees are [...]

September 1, 2013 — Felicity Muth
The Last Man on the Moon

The Last Man on the Moon

It’s no secret, I’m a space geek. And the other non-secret is I love when a good space travel book is turned into a movie. Astronaut Gene Cernan is known for being “The Last Man on the Moon” as he was the last man to walk on the moon during the Apollo 17 mission.

May 22, 2014 — Joanne Manaster

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