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Einstein’s Universe

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Last week, James Dacey let me know about an interview he did for PhysicsWorld: In the first video, particle physicist Brian Foster and violinist Jack Liebeck talk about Einstein’s musical career and about a show they do together called “Einstein’s Universe”, which is a lecture interspersed with music. In the second video, both men play a duet together. In the…

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Lab Waste screening in New York

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My little film about Lab Waste is screening on October 20th as part of the “Quirky Science Shorts” programming at the Imagine Science Film Festival in New York. Yay! Go see it! That evening is all shorts, so you can go home after that with the accomplished feeling of having seen nine movies that day. I don’t know if I’ll…

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HotDocs notes

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I almost missed HotDocs entirely, because SciBarCamp was on May 9 and the preparations took up all my time, but I managed to catch one screening on May 10. It was a double-feature: Laughology with Amerika Idol. I didn’t buy tickets beforehand, so I lined up in rush line. I was early enough to be the second in line. Often…

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HotDocs

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Toronto’s annual documentary film festival, HotDocs, kicks off in two days. Every year I manage to see anywhere between three and ten films there, and two years ago I attended an industry party, but this year I’ll be happy if I make it to two films on rush line. I made a schedule of what I want to see (including…

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Lab Waste is Pick of the Week at ISFF

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Last year I made a very short video (more a slideshow, actually) using only Creative Commons-licensed photos and music. It’s about Lab Waste. This week, until April 27, this video is the Pick of the Week at the website for the Imagine Science Film Festival. [wpvideo Gx48CWpv]

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