Ever experience a film live-edited by a computer? How about a program of shorts on experimenting with nature? Next week, Imagine Science Films will hold its 6th annual film festival in venues spanning Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and New Jersey, October 11-18, 2013. Films will range from documentary to experimental and will explore the theme of data visualization.
On Saturday, October 12th at 8pm The Museum of the Moving Image will host a unique screening whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir, a film live-edited by a computer, followed by a conversation with the director Eve Sussman. Please RSVP for complementary tickets using the login information below.
We will close the festival on October 18th at 7pm in collaboration with the Tribeca Film Institute with a series of shorts titled Experimental Nature. Films range from a documentary on the Gowanas Canal to a film on genetically archived plants. Following the screening will be a panel discussion with the filmmakers moderated by TED Fellow Ellen Jorgensen. Please RSVP for complementary tickets using the login information below.
For a full schedule of screenings, please visit: http://www.imaginesciencefilms.org/festival/2013-showtimes/