Sounds of Space Short Film Programme

A series of short creative films using sounds recorded from Running from
Last event: Saturday 19 May 2018 at 3.30pm
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Alien may have told you “In space no one can hear you scream” but it was wrong!

The SSFX (Space Sound Effects) project has challenged independent filmmakers from around the world to create short-films incorporating a series of strange sounds from space recorded by satellites. The resulting highly creative works, spanning a wide array of topics and genres, have been combined into an anthology film.

Following the screening, hear from the filmmakers involved and the people behind the project in a panel discussion featuring audience Q&A.

Speakers: Martin Archer, Nidhi Gupta, Aaron Howell, Simon Rattigan


Dr Martin Archer
is an award winning physicist, science writer and broadcaster. Martin is well-known both nationally and internationally, having presented national radio shows on Kiss FM for six years and regularly appearing on television (BBC, ITV, Sky) to discuss the latest science stories.

Nidhi Gupta started out as a doctor and has since changed career to an award-winning writer and producer in film. Nidhi is currently developing a sci-fi drama feature.

Aaron Howell is a visual artist and director of creative brand Howl Creative. Aaron’s work explores a fusion between digital animation, experimental film and performance installation.

Simon Rattigan is a film and video artist currently living and working in London, his work is an exploration of scientific and psychological sensory experience.

Film Duration: 51 mins + talk

Certificate:

15

Duration

Approx 51 mins

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