The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has a nationwide film program to support filmmakers at every stage of development who create narrative films about science and technology.

On this site, watch award-winning Sloan short films, learn about over 500 projects, including more than ten features released theatrically in the past three years, supported by the Sloan Film Program, and see how film can serve as a lens into society's most critical science and technology issues.

Fast, Cheap & Out of Control at Museum of the Moving Image
Sloan News Filmmaker Update: Carolyn Kras and Etana Jacobson
Sloan News PBS Series Mercy Street Premieres
Sloan News Sundance’s Sloan Feature Film Winner Embrace of the Serpent
Sloan News Sloan Projects Win Awards
Sundance 2016: New Frontier Showcase
Sloan News Marvin Minsky and HAL 9000
January and February Science & Film Goings On
David Bowie, Starman
Rachel Rose: Everything and More at the Whitney Museum
Sloan News Sundance Preview: Interview with Nuts! Director Penny Lane
Adam Bhala Lough's Hot Sugar's Cold World
Sloan News Sundance Preview: James Redford’s Resilience
Sloan News Coolidge Corner Theatre's Science on Screen Program
Small Screen Science: Making a Murderer & DNA Evidence
Sloan News Three UCLA Students Are Awarded $50,000
Sloan News Listings: Science on Screen
Sloan News Sundance Preview: Matt Johnson's Operation Avalanche
Sloan News Behind The Scenes: PBS’s Mercy Street
Science At The Movies: Charlie Kaufman's Anomalisa
Science at the 2016 Golden Globes
Science At The Movies: Star Wars Roundup
Sloan News New Plays at the Ensemble Studio Theatre's First Light Festival
Beautiful Distortions: Fregoli Delusion in Kaufman’s Anomalisa Sloan News #TBT From the Archive: Brian E.F. Oakes's Theremin
Sloan News Exclusive Interview: The Martian's Andy Weir
Sundance Preview: Science at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival
Sloan News Science Goes to the Movies: Star Wars