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.

Sloan News Science and Superheroes: Interview with Nicole Perlman
Sloan News Premiere: Amanda Tasse's Reality Clock
Sloan News Marjorie Prime: Exclusive Interview with Michael Almereyda
Sloan News We All Get There Together: Octavia Spencer on Hidden Figures Sloan News Transformative Film: Interview with Doron Weber
What is a Computer?: Ada Lovelace Explains
Sloan News The Rosenbergs: Interview with Producer Anil Baral
From Book to Screen: Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake
Sloan News Michelle Ferrari's Documentary on
Rachel Carson

Sloan News Tribeca Film Institute’s Inaugural Episodic Workshop
Sloan News NASA's The Golden Record, Revisited
Sloan News January Science & Film Goings On
Sloan News Close to a Million Dollars From Sloan to Filmmakers in 2016
Sloan News Premiere: Anya Meksin's Temma
Doctor Strange and the Multiverse
Sloan News Filmmaker Update: Moe Berg Film Shooting with Paul Rudd
The Best Science Films of 2016
Interview with David Birke, Writer of Paul Verhoeven's Elle Sloan News On Hidden Figures, Margot Lee Shetterly and Janelle Monáe
Exclusive: Brian Selznick on Martin Scorsese and Todd Haynes
Sloan News Interview with Owen Bell, First Game Designer to Win a Sloan Prize
Behind the Scenes: War for the Planet of the Apes
The Uncanny Fembots of Westworld
Sloan News Preview: Science at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival
Dreamlands: Stan VanDerBeek & Joan Brigham's Steam Screens
Sloan News Premiere: Ryan Kravetz's The Collector's Gift
Sloan News Season Two of Mercy Street to Premiere
How to be an Astronaut:
Dr. Mae Jemison on Mars