A free film festival showcasing short (under 10-minute) films with a connection to Juneau or Alaska – many by local filmmakers.
Thursday, August 1 · 7:00 pm
Friday, August 2 · 7:00 pm
Saturday, August 3 · 7:00 & 9:00 pm
At the Gold Town Nickelodeon (171 Shattuck Way, Juneau)
The festival is free and tickets/reservations are not required.
Submit your films before July 18! The festival is non-competitive and entries under 10 minutes with a Juneau connection almost always make it in (and even if we can’t show them all, we have two festivals every year). Check out the submission guidelines for more information, and make sure to include the submission form (online or PDF) with your film. Call (907) 586-3440 for more info.
Tonight is the Science on Screen presentation of MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL which features a pairing of rapid fire scientific presentations along with a very silly film.
Presenting Our Round Table of Scholars:
- Dr. Amy Dressel discusses of the sustainability of life after repeated “flesh wounds”
- Dr. Scott Gende to waxes poetic on the ontogeny of frugivores laden with tropical nuts
- Not-Quite-A-Dr. Terrance Schwarz allocutes on druidic buoyancy and other water-type situations
- Sir Chris Mertl holds court on proper types (one that looks nice and is not too expensive) of shrubbery
- Lord Ben Collman expatiates on the necessary torque, velocity, and pitch required for proper bovine projecting
Also there will be coconut shells for banging and flying birds. And sing-alongs. And you are encouraged to quote your nerdy little head off!!
PLEASE NOTE: We will have thee other screenings of this title this coming weekend, but they will be at regular ticket prices. Schedule forthcoming in Thursday’s email!
Science on Screen presents MONTY PYTHON & THE HOLY GRAIL
- Tue. May 28 at 6pm (FREE lecture and movie)
- Wed. May 29 at 7pm (FREE movie, no lecture)
Science on Screen provides grants to a couple dozen independent theaters across the country to produce a series of events pairing cult, classic, and documentary films with related science talks in an effort to promote both good movies and good science!
The Jump Society Summer Film Festival is right around the corner. Get started on a film today! The submission deadline is July 18th and screenings are August 1st, 2nd & 3rd.
Online Submission Form