Museum of the Moving Image’s Sloan Science & Film initiative is comprised of the website scienceandfilm.org which is an active publication for highly differentiated content focused on the intersection of science and cinema. The website also hosts a comprehensive archive of film projects supported through the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's nationwide film and television programs; it serves as a platform for streaming short science-themed films that have received Sloan support; and produces educational resources to science-themed films for teachers and programmers. At the Museum, Sloan Science & Film's executive editor Sonia Epstein curates the ongoing film series Science on Screen, which pairs rarely screened films with conversations between filmmakers and scientists. The Museum and Sloan Science & Film also administer the prestigious Sloan Student Grand Jury and Discovery Prizes annually to two outstanding feature films or television pilots that integrate science or technology themes, nominated from 12 university film programs.
Science on Screen:
Series Page (click here)
Sloan Student Grand Jury and Discovery Prizes:
More info (click here)