Save the date for this autumn’s most vibrant learning and networking event: InVision 2019. InScience – International Science Film Festival Nijmegen invites you to celebrate science and film art, meet professionals, exchange ideas and collaborate. InVision takes place on November 8th, from 10:00 to 17:30.

InVision unites professionals in the creative industry and science to stimulate crossovers between the two. Why? Because we at InScience are especially convinced of the power that lies in combining science and the art of storytelling. At InVision you will get a chance to meet professionals in different creative and academic disciplines, discover new projects and most importantly: collaborate. Join masterclasses, learn from international speakers and network with professionals with different backgrounds.

Program
Central guest is the Academy Award© nominee director and producer Scott Hamilton Kennedy (The Garden; Food Evolution). He will give a masterclass about the craft of science filmmaking, talking about building complex stories, working across disciplines and finding strategies for impact.

Other guest speakers are Greg Boustead, executive producer at Sandbox Films (The Most Unknown, Human Nature), Gouden Kalf-nominated director Maartje Nevejan (Are you There?) and French interactive director Paul Mezier (Overview).

The final program will be announced on our website on October 17th.

Sign up for InVision here! (tickets are €12,50 including drinks and lunch). Please indicate in the submission form that you want to attend InVision. You can do this under ‘Request Accreditation As’.

Call for projects
Are you working on a project that encompasses science and storytelling art? Be it a film, an immersive or interactive project, a research project, at InVision you will have the opportunity to start new collaborations or get feedback on your work and ideas.  Send in your project and win a chance to discuss your idea with experts in art and science – specially selected for you – consisting of professionals in the field of (documentary) filmmaking, science, and the creative industry. You will also get a chance to personally meet & greet with specialists that can help you to further improve your project.

Send your project before Friday, October 11th by emailing your pitch to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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