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Watch science as you've never seen it before
Have you ever gone to see a movie, just to be half-way through, when the characters have done some absolutely ridiculous magic-level or "defies high school biology" science?
Well, now is your chance to see some real-life science with the added bonus of beautiful movie magic, with the Scinema International Film Festival coming to Brisbane and displaying the 2018 winners, so you know you're going to be watching the best of the best!
Tickets are $20 for all to enjoy and the show starts at 6:30pm at the Palace Barracks Cinema.
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Some fungi will save us, others will threaten us, and we are just beginning to understand which is which. The great, untold story of how fungi shaped all life on land.
Best Film of 2018, you know you don't want to miss this!
Grassroots: Best Documentary A story about farmers, the soils they work and a piece of powerful knowledge that nearly slipped through their fingers. Grassroots follows Guy Webb and his friends, unlikely heroes on a quest to bring a genuine climate change solution to the world.
Timelapse: Best Director What would you say if you could work a whole month in a single second? Welcome to the future of neural implants. A new way of understanding work has arrived, but factory worker Laura is not convinced.
iRony: Best Short Film In an astonishing adaptation of the award-winning poem, 'Seven Billion' by Radheya Jegatheva, iRony explores the relationship between man and technology… told from the perspective of a phone.
KCLOC: Best Animated Film
What does time mean to you? This 3D animated film explores our perceptions of time, with exquisite animation and great wit.
Astroturf: Best Experimental Film Using the strange sounds of recordings of satellites in space, Astroturf juxtaposes the minutiae of human life with the incredible size of our universe.
Virtual Humans: Award for Technical Merit Imagine a future where a complete copy of you can be created and used to monitor, study, and enhance your health. A future not far from now.
If you're too hyped and simply can't wait to see the 2018 winners you can check out previous years winners on the Australian Science Channel's website.
Twenty dollars to see amazing science in a whole new way seems like a pretty great deal for an amazing evening, so book your tickets now! Tickets available here.