A taste of some of the films being showcased at the GeoCinema. (Credit: People of a Feather, The Asteroid Impact Mission, Mountains (geology, resources and sustainability) & What climate change sounds like from the Amazon to the Arctic).
Every year, we showcase a great selection of geoscience films at the EGU General Assembly and after seven successful years we will again be running GeoCinema in 2017. If you’ve shadowed a scientist in the lab, filmed fantastic spectacles in the field, or have produced an educational feature on the Earth, planetary or space sciences, we want to hear from you!
Geocinema features short clips and longer films related to the geosciences, and from animations to interviews, all films are welcome. If you would like to contribute to this popular event, please fill out the submission form by 6 January 2017.
To get a feel for what we have screened in previous years, take a look at the online archive, with films that explore all facets of geoscience – from ocean depths to outer space.
Suitable films will be screened at the GeoCinema room during the EGU 2017 General Assembly in Vienna (23–28 April 2017). Note that you must be able to provide us with an electronic or DVD version of your film and you must have appropriate permission to show the feature in a public venue. Multiple submissions from the same person are welcome. Films must be in English or have subtitles in English, since it is the language of the conference. Multiple submissions from the same person are welcome.
For more information, please send us an email or get in touch with our Communications Officer Laura Roberts.