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!