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 Winners The Sound of Silence at Sundance
Sloan Winners Chiwetel Ejiofor to Donate Sloan-Sundance Prize Money
Sloan Winners Science On Screen Presents To Dust At MoMI
Sloan Winners Actress Naomi Lorrain On Behind The Sheet
Black Magic Sex Cult Meets Rocket Science On Strange Angel
February Science & Film Goings On
Goings On
Scientists Write About The Oscar Nominees
Peer Review
The Boston Marathon Bombing Reddit Detectives On 16mm
Interview, Goings On
Sloan Winners The Physics of Dance, Part Two
Sloan Winners The Physics of Dance, Part One
Christian Frei's Film On De-Extinction Of The Woolly Mammoth
Goings On
Sloan Winners Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Debut Film Wins Sloan Sundance Prize
Sloan Winners Naomi Lorrain Will Star In New Play About “Father Of Gynecology”
Sloan Winners January Science & Film Goings On
Our Favorite Science Films Of 2018
Sloan Winners First Man Wins Sloan Science In Cinema Prize At SFFILM
Observations From The Set Of First Man By A NASA Historian
Peer Review
Sloan Winners Watch Isabella Wing-Davey’s Short Film The Rain Collector
Sloan Winners Sundance Preview: Science At The Festival
Guerilla Science’s Guide To Romance
Goings On
Sloan Winners Science At The Independent Spirit Awards
Maxim Pozdorovkin On The Truth About Killer Robots
Sloan Winners December Science & Film Goings On
Sloan Winners Film About Sexual Violence, A Lucky Man, Now Streaming
Awards Season Begins By Recognizing First Reformed
Peer Review
Watch Linnea Rundgren’s New Film Non-Linear
Claire Denis’ Science Consultant Talks About High Life
Interview, Film Festivals
Louisiana Museum’s “The Moon—From Inner Worlds To Outer Space”