‘Science Fair’ Documentary Showcases the Real


“Science Fair,” which won audience awards at SXSW and the Sundance Film Festival, premieres in theaters today (Sept. 14). Chelsea Gohd joined Space.com as an intern in the summer of 2018.

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In science fairs all over the world, students dream big and work hard, hoping to impress with their creative hypotheses. In National Geographic Documentary Films' "Science Fair," filmmakers Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster showcase the journeys of nine young scientists striving to win big at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles. 
In the film, students from around the globe are shown working on the projects they will present at ISEF

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The film also shows the people who supported these students all the way to ISEF, including Serena McCalla, an educator and scientist who leads the science research program at Jericho High School in New York. [Photos: Students Use NASA Satellite to Study Mars]

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The Executive Centre ‘ the Art & Science of Design Film Series

TEC has worked in partnership with Fiona Hardie ID since 2005. The first collaboration was the design of the space in the Taipei 101 building. Since this time, Fiona has been an important figure in the evolving aesthetic of The Executive Centre. The first film in the series centres on the evolution of design and the shifting dynamic of the workplace, a dynamic that is increasingly open and collaborative. In terms of the working relationship, Fiona explains the natural progression and transformation of the process, ‘We’ve developed together really, we’ve worked together, and we keep unfolding new ideas. We accept that it’s an organic process. As the workplace changes, it’s very important, not only for TEC, but for me to keep up so that we can maintain this relationship, together.’

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Mandel JCC’s Cleveland Jewish Film Fest is Oct. 4-14; Shaker Heights plans homecoming events for Sept. 28

BEACHWOOD, Ohio — It happens every year, at least for the past 11 years. It’s the Mandel JCC 2018 Cleveland Jewish Film Fest, and it’s taking place in this, its 12th year, from Oct. 4-14 at five area venues.

The festival aims to bring the best of Jewish international cinema to Greater Cleveland, showcasing a mixture of outstanding documentary, feature, comedy and short films.

The JCC, 26001 S. Woodland Road in Beachwood, lists as highlights the films “The Last Suit,” and “Heading Home: The Tail of Team Israel.”

“The Last Suit” will be shown on opening night, that’s 7 p.m. Oct. 4, at Shaker Square Cinemas. It’s the story of Abraham, an 88-year-old tailor who has waited decades to fulfill a promise to a Polish friend who helped him escape the Holocaust.

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‘Above and Beyond’ documentary to land in theaters for NASA’s 60th

— A new feature-length documentary examining NASA’s 60 years of space exploration, including the agency’s on-going studies of Earth, is set for a special engagement in movie theaters this fall. “Above and Beyond: NASA’s Journey to Tomorrow,” from Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning director Rory Kennedy (“Last Days of Vietnam”), will land in cinemas across the United States ahead of its broadcast debut on Discovery Channel. Tickets for the Fathom Events’ screenings on Sept. 29 and Oct. 3 are now on sale. “We are thrilled to partner with Discovery Channel to bring ‘Above and Beyond: NASA’s Journey to Tomorrow’ to movie theaters nationwide,

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