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SCI-DOC European Science TV and New Media Festival and Awards 2017/18

SCI-DOC: The European Science TV and New Media Festival 2018

Awards Winners 2018
The Best TV Documentary supported by Janssen
The Secrets of your Food, Episode 1: Food on your Your Brain, BBC, UK

The Best TV Drama or Docu-drama supported by the Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange
A Case for Rettig, from the series Soko Leipzig, UFA Fiction for ZDF, Germany

The Best TV General Programme supported by Apordoc
The Chain Fountain from the series This is Mathematics, SPM Communication for the Sic Noticias Channel, Portugal

The Best New Media Production supported by EuroScience
Destination Moon, The European Space Agency (ESA)

The Best Presentation of or by a Woman Scientist or Engineer supported by Comissão para a Cidadania e a Igualdade de Género
From Top to Bottom, Part 2 of the series Ocean Heroines, ZDF Germany

The Best Presentation of Science or Technology in an Environmental Issue supported by the La Caixa Foundation
Migrating Birds: Scouts of Distant Worlds, A Colourfield production for ARTE Germany/France and ZDF Germany

The Best Presentation of Medical Research supported by Janssen
My Amazing Twin, from the series Horizon, BBC, UK

The Best Presentation of Physics supported by the European Physical Society
The Knowledge Seekers, K22film for ZDF/3 SAT , Germany

The Best Presentation of Engineering supported by EuroPAWS
The Form Finding: the Genius o Sergio Musmeci, Effernove, Italy

Best Production as voted by the theatre audience supported by APIFARMA
Migrating Birds: Scouts of Distant Worlds, A Colourfield production for ARTE Germany/France and ZDF Germany

Two Productions were awarded a Special Mention:
Ole Romer, from the series Great Danish Scientists, DR TV Denmark
I Wanna be a Scientist when I Grow Up, V Television ABEL DIX, Spain and Portugal

Agenda

SCI-DOC: The European Science TV and New Media Festival 2018

Festival Screenings, 1 to 3 March

Held at:

Cinemateca Júnior    Palácio Foz – Pç. dos Restauradores, 1250-187 Lisbon

Note: the titles in bold italic are special screenings organised by the theatre. The remainder are entries to this year’s Festival.

ATTENDANCE at borh the Screenings and the Awards evening is by registration with:

Apordoc at Joana.Gusmao@apordoc.org

Or by response to an invitation

1 March

12h30 – THE LAST HARVEST, 58’

13h30 – BUGS – NATURE’S LITTLE SUPERHEROES, 51′

14h30 – AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH, 100’

16h30 – THE PRINCIPLE IS SIMPLE, 5’;  MUSE: THE COSMIC TIME MACHINE, 35’; FORCES OF NATURE WITH BRIAN COX: SOMEWHERE IN SPACETIME, 60’

18h30 – THE SPECIALIST II: AN EYE FOR AN EYE, 44’

19h30 – DISCOVERY; A SILENT WITNESS STORY, 59’

21h30 – SESSÃO DE ABERTURA/Opening Reception and Welcomes

ATTENBOROUGH AND THE GIANT DINOSAUR, 60’

2 March

10h00 – THE CHAIN FOUNTAIN, 8’; HOLIDAY ISLAND, 25’; I WANNA BE A SCIENTIST WHEN I GROW UP, 25’

11h00 – PRISIONER IN HER OWN BODY (LOCKED IN SYNDROME), 20’; 10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT… SPORTS PERFORMANCE, 23’

12h00 –  GO WITH THE FLOW OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN, 10’; DANGEROUS EARTH: AVALANCHE, 32’

13h50 –  GOLD RUSH IN THE PACIFIC, 51’; OPERATED ON IN THEIR MOTHER’S WOMB, 26’

15h30 – LE MONDE DU SILENCE, 86’

17h20 – TATORT ECHOLOT (Crime Story Echolot), 89’
19h30 – MY AMAZING TWIN, 59’
20h40 – THE KNOWLEDGE SEEKERS, 45’ 

21h40 – TRUST ME I’M A DOCTOR, 60’;  HORMONES AND HUFFS – THE SCIENCE OF PUBERTY, 52’

March 3

10h00 – A UNIVERSE TO EXPLORE, 8’; DESTINATION LOW EARTH-ORBIT, 8′; DESTINATION MOON, 8’; JUPITER AND ITS ICY MOONS, 6’; PROXIMA – THE MISSION SO FAR, 5’; ESOCAST 106: CHIELCHILL 9 – LASERS OVER PARANAL, 6’

11h00 – WHAT MAKES YOU CLICK, 47’; CLOUD CONTROL: WHO OWNS YOUR DATA?, 52’

13h00 – MIGRATING BIRDS: SCOUTS OF DISTANT WORLDS, 90’

15h00 – WIND ACROSS THE EVERGLADES, 93’

17h30 – THE SECRETS OF YOUR FOOD: FOOD ON YOUR BRAIN, 60’

19h40 – OCEAN HEROINES: PART 2 – FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, 52’

20.50 – GREAT DANISH CIENTISTS: OLE RØMER, 29’; THE FORM FINDING: THE GENIUS OF SERGIO MUSMECI, 30’

22.30 – A CASE FOR RETTIG, 44’

Sunday 4 March

The Awards Evening, starting at 7.00pm at:

Theatre of the Museum of Pharmacy,  

Rua Marechal Saldanha, 1, 1249-069 Lisbon.

Introductions

Preview of the finalists in nine categories

Announcement of the Winners and Presentation of the Prizes

8.10pm Approx       Keynote Talk by Samantha Bradshaw, Oxford Internet Instutute on:

“Hacking Public Opinion: How Technology is Challenging Society and Democracy”

Followed by a Question and Answer session.

There will be a coach from the hotel to the theatre leaving at 6.00pm, and returning to the Festival hotel (Tryp Oriente) at approximately 9.15pm after the theatre session.

 

The Call for Programmes/Productions

The organizers of the Festival are pleased to announce the Call for TV programmes or New Media productions for the 2017/18 European Science TV and New Media Festival and Awards. The range of categories is similar to that in 2016, expanded to nine Awards set out below. These include all the TV and New Media genres and Science in Society categories from previous years plus two subject based prizes following the success of the Physics Prize over the last two years. The festival and awards will again be in Lisbon, Portugal, but the season has changed to avoid a clash of activities in Lisbon, so will be in March 2018.

The deadline for entries in all the nine categories is Friday 30 June 2017. All entries must include a filled-in entry form (either sent with this or obtainable by e-mail from the EuroPAWS Office) and a DVD (these can be sent separately).

List of Categories and Entry Criteria

A production can be eligible in more than one category; these may be designated either by the entrant or the organizers. The “genre” categories are:

The Best European Production involving Science in the following four genres:

  • TV Documentary
  • TV Drama and Docu-drama
  • TV General programmes like magazines or current affairs (an item or a complete programme)
  • Informational or promotional Video and Productions for the Web or Science Centres/Museums

The three so-called “Science in Society” areas are:

  • The Environment
  • Medical Research
  • Women in Science

And the two categories focusing on areas of science and technology are:

  • The best production presenting Physics.
  • The best production presenting any branch of Engineering

There will also be dialogue created on Facebook and Twitter in relation to issues in the films and in the festival discussion. This will be flagged in advance and continue during the festival.

ELIGIBILITY

Programmes and productions will be eligible if they were first broadcast or released in 2015 or later up to the end of June 2017. A production first broadcast or released before 1 January 2015 may be accepted if the producers or broadcaster are new to the festival and only became aware of it recently. This will be at the discretion of the organizers. They must also have been produced for first transmission or release (or shared first) in Europe, and not have been entered for a previous edition of this festival (other than through an error of transmission date). There needs to be a significant science or technology content in any entry, which may also be the stories of individual scientists or engineers and their lives.

If you are not sure if a programme or production would qualify, please feel free to discuss any such questions with the organizers’ London office at EuroPAWS,(pawsomni@btconnect.com or tel: 0044 20 8455 2571 or mobile: 0044 7785 511541). Contact person: Andrew Millington, the Festival Director. In the final analysis, the selection decision of the organizers will be final.

Entry Form

An entry form can be downloaded by clicking here (.docx)

Organisers

The Festival and Awards 2017/18 is organized jointly by EuroScience, Apordoc Portugal, and EuroPAWS.

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