Paris is often called the city of love and lights. And if you love science, Pariscience: The International Science Film Festival could really have you loving Paris even more!
Since 2005, The Association Science and Television (AST) has organized the International Science Film Festival, PARISCIENCE, every year in October. It hosts 8,500 viewers for an exceptional and entertaining program of films about the infinite diversity of the sciences. Over the course of six days, October 6-11, you have the opportunity to watch 40 films from all over the world! You can view the program here!
Chemistry will be showcased, notably via the viewpoint of sustainable development and its impact on our daily lives, as part of the International Year of Chemistry.
Pariscience will also celebrate the International Year of Forests, with screenings of films and educational displays.
As part of the carte blanche offered to a foreign broadcaster, the BBC will schedule one film out of competition.
Aidan Laverty, in charge of BBC’s Science Horizon program will lead a workshop for audiovisual professionals.
Three special debates will be organized with a panel of experts in the fields of science, audiovisual and scientific culture, including “Green Chemistry: a sustainable future” and “Chemistry and You” (reserved for middle school and high-school students), with the support of the French Ministry of Research.
Pariscience will also pay tribute to a leading scientist.
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
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