This short video celebrates the discovery of the coelecanth, the fossil-like fish time left behind. Read the accompanying article on the NYT HERE.
We’re thrilled to announce the arrival of our latest in the ‘Animated Life’ series, this one on paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey and her team’s discovery of the Laetoli Footprints.
Read the accompanying article on the NYT HERE.
We are so excited to announce a new two-part experiment in science media that we’ve embarked upon, made possible with funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Our mission: to create informative, cinematic explainers about brand-new research papers.
Part two rather hilariously explains how saber-toothed cats got their mouth-swords:
Part one explains how the flu migrates:
We’re excited to announce that ‘Seeing The Invisible’ will screen in the short program of the Atlanta Film Festival! We don’t have exact screening dates yet, but check their website for details.
‘The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace will be screened in the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital in March. ‘Wallace’ will be screened during a short film program at the CARNEGIE INSTITUTION FOR SCIENCE – on SUNDAY, MARCH 29 from 12:00 (noon) to 2:00pm.
We are thrilled to announce that The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace will be part of BAM and the Henson Foundation’s annual Puppets On Film festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)! Wallace will be shown as part of the shorts compilation Live Action Puppet Shorts on Sunday October 26 at 1:00pm, and Flora and Sharon will be participating in a short Q&A after the screening. You can purchase tickets at BAM’s website, HERE.