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Digital Physics
Jonathan Khanlian
Digital Native
Mahboobeh Mohammadzaki
A Film Is A Film Is A Film
Eva Von Schweinitz
Algorithmic Poetry
Nicolai Bosko
Feedback
Heidi Stokes
Trans/Figure/Ground
Lauren Cook
In Limbo
Antoine Viviani
3D Printed Records
Amanda Ghassaei
The Air of the Earth in Your Lungs
Ross Meckfessel
Uncrossed
Jonah King
A Place I've Never Been
Adrian Flury
Agophobia
Benjamin Ross Hayden
Colossal Cave
Graeme Arnfield
.TV
G Anthony Svatek
The Lanthanide Series
Erin Espelie
Pi
Darren Aronofsky
The Terrestrials
Kit Zauhar
Where the City Can’t See
Liam Young
Water Once Ruled
Christina Battle
The Sasha
María Molina Peiró
mars & math
Renki Yamasaki
Cinema Futures
Michael Palm
Espectador Espantado (The Amazed Spectator)
Edgar Pera
Armeggeddon 2
Corey Hughes
Films to Break Projectors
Tim Grabham
Pixillation
Lillian F. Schwartz
Orogenesis
Boris Labbé
Another Planet
Amir Yatziv
Cutia albă (The White Box)
Mihai Păcurar
Amusement Park Home Movies Inspire the Algorithm
Caleb Foss
Binary Love
Ewan Golder
Raw Data
Jake Fried
The Cognitive Era
Zoe Beloff
Glucose
Jeron Braxton
Find Fix Finish
Sylvain Cruiziat
Mila Zhluktenko
Random Legal Move
Noah Hutton
AAA Cargo
Solveig Suess
TimeTraveller™ Episode 01
Skawennati
Hyper Reality
Keiichi Matsuda
Sara The Dancer
Tim Ellrich
ECREVAX
Oliver Bou Eid
Ciudad Maya
Andrés Padilla Domene
In, Over and Out
Sebastian Brameshuber
From Source to Poem
Rosa Barba
Impressions (Measurements)
Jillian Mayer
Call of Beauty
Brenda Lien
Toru
Jonathan Minard
Photon
Norman Leto
Program
Gabriel De Urioste
Lo
Ted Wiggin
Bluebrain: Year 7 Preview
Noah Hutton
OS Love
Luc Gut
Shrinking Microscope Lenses
Chris Burns
Utopia 1.0
Annie Berman
Descent
Peter Burr
Mark Fingerhut
Forma
Blind
Sampiero Medori
Transistors: Teeny Tech that Changed the World
Abby Kent
The Mess
Peter Burr
The Sierra Project
Gabriel de Urioste
Quiet Zone
David Bryant
Karl Lemieux
El Sol Como un Gran Animal Oscuro (The Sun Like a Big Dark Animal)
Christina Felisgrau
Ronnie Rivera
#PostModem
Jillian Mayer
Lucas Leyva
Cloud
Anne Milne
James Zhao
After the Flood
Joseph Dwyer
Aseptic Requiem (Requiem Aseptisé)
WhiteFeather
The Science of Cinema
Colin Stringer
Open Field Delirium Error
Nate Dorr
Rearing Anartia Butterflies
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Arnaud Martin
Kristina Dutton
Lisa Schonberg
Colias, “The Sulfur Butterflies”
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Arnaud Martin
Kristina Dutton
Lisa Schonberg
Stardust
Mischa Rozema
Slaughterbots
Stewart Sugg
Spacefaring
Felipe Aguilar
Space
Felipe Aguilar
The Night In All Things
Alexander Girav
Cliché
Vincent Lacrocq
Phosphenes
Catherine Slilaty
A Date with an Enfield
Adam Butcher
Microphobia
Nikki Schuster
Biophilia Live
Nick Fenton
Peter Strickland
A Net to Catch The Light (视网膜 )
Erin Espelie
La Belle Époque
Nicolas Bedos
Blua
Carolina Charry Quintero
Cross Section
René Georg Johansen
The Centrifuge Brain Project
Till Nowak
Phosphenes
Catherine Slilaty
Addendum
Jérôme Lefdup
Skin
Farah Diab
Open Air
Grayson Cooke
I Saw the Future
François Vautier
Dinosaur Eggs in the Living Room
Rafael Urban
OMOTE / Real-Time Face Tracking & Projection Mapping
Nobumichi Asai
Framelines
Sabine Gruffat
Painted Stone
Alex H. Parker
Gobbledigook
Andrea Rassell
Katharine Adcroft
iRony
Radheya Jegatheva.
The Math Behind the McKnelly Megalith
Matter Studios
Radix
Xenorama
Simulados
Guillermo Marin
Fernando Cucchietti
Soon It Would Be Too Hot
Jeanne Liotta
Disenchanted Island [Excerpt]
Tal Rosner
Matters of the Heart
Christina Lammer
BLÓM + BLÓÐ
WhiteFeather
There Will Never Be a Final Film Format (Part 2): Celluloid-Digital Collisions
There Will Never Be a Final Film Format (Part 2): Celluloid-Digital Collisions
Kirsten Strayer6 July 2019
Material / Immaterial
Material / Immaterial
WhiteFeather28 October 2017
Augmenting Human and Machine Intelligence with Data Visualization
Augmenting Human and Machine Intelligence with Data Visualization
Fernanda Viégas and Martin Wattenberg9 January 2017
Endless Forms Most Beautiful: The Scientific Art of Markos Kay
Endless Forms Most Beautiful: The Scientific Art of Markos Kay
Markos Kay22 November 2016
Between Worlds
Between Worlds
Lujain Ibrahim6 July 2019
Cinema Nostalgia
Cinema Nostalgia
Megan Cozens28 June 2019
Animated. Science. Fiction
Animated. Science. Fiction
Özge Calafato18 May 2018
There will never be a final film format (Part 1): The future of celluloid
There will never be a final film format (Part 1): The future of celluloid
Kirsten Strayer28 June 2019
Mashups
Mashups
Lujain Ibrahim23 July 2019
Animating Indigenous Scientific Literacies
Animating Indigenous Scientific Literacies
Elizabeth LaPensée7 January 2017
Science and Film as Instruments for Scrutinizing Our World
Science and Film as Instruments for Scrutinizing Our World
Toma Peiu 22 November 2016
Visualizing an Intimate Journey Through the Brain
Visualizing an Intimate Journey Through the Brain
Nicolas Renier1 January 2017
Visualizing the Real-World Effects of Climate Change on Glacier Streams
Visualizing the Real-World Effects of Climate Change on Glacier Streams
David Holland4 December 2016
Tracing Animal Movement Patterns
Tracing Animal Movement Patterns
Dennis Hlynsky25 May 2017
 Musical and Mythological Visual Enchantments
Musical and Mythological Visual Enchantments
Carlos Guedes16 May 2017
Picturing Air
Picturing Air
Amanda Hammett21 July 2018
Below 0 Degrees - ON SCREEN from Labocine
Below 0 Degrees - ON SCREEN from Labocine
Allison Palenske2 June 2018
Top Ten: Animated Films from the Science New Wave
Top Ten: Animated Films from the Science New Wave
Madison Moore12 February 2017
A.D.A.M. - ON SCREEN From Labocine
A.D.A.M. - ON SCREEN From Labocine
Allison Palenske1 April 2018
SciArt On Screen: Quimtai
SciArt On Screen: Quimtai
Allison Palenske28 July 2018
Hacking Your Genes Has Never Been Easier
Hacking Your Genes Has Never Been Easier
Alexis Gambis22 December 2017
Can we capture the sublime? On fireflies, shrinking habitats, and the possibilities of film and video
Can we capture the sublime? On fireflies, shrinking habitats, and the possibilities of film and video
Kirsten Strayer22 March 2019
Your Brain on Emotion
Your Brain on Emotion
Jake Richardson17 April 2018
Myth and Cinema
Myth and Cinema
Kirsten Strayer8 June 2018
The shape(s) of cinema
The shape(s) of cinema
Kirsten Strayer18 August 2019
Beyond Good and Evil: Ethics and Artificial intelligence
Beyond Good and Evil: Ethics and Artificial intelligence
Kirsten Strayer30 January 2018
Cinematographic Voyages into Sensory Chaos
Cinematographic Voyages into Sensory Chaos
Rachel Field28 October 2017
Animating Life With Experimental Documentary
Animating Life With Experimental Documentary
Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman27 June 2017
The Secret Garden: Evolutions of Virtual Plants & Corals
The Secret Garden: Evolutions of Virtual Plants & Corals
Christina Lu23 November 2017
Imagining the Future in the Global South
Imagining the Future in the Global South
Kirsten Strayer29 June 2017
Telling Sci-Fi Stories with Women at the Forefront — a Conversation With Director Cidney Hue
Telling Sci-Fi Stories with Women at the Forefront — a Conversation With Director Cidney Hue
Edward Shepard18 November 2016
Marne Lucas: A Pioneer in Infrared Experimental Art
Marne Lucas: A Pioneer in Infrared Experimental Art
Nathalie Launder29 May 2019
A Haunting Exploration into the Nature of Memory
A Haunting Exploration into the Nature of Memory
Daniela Schiller, Liron Unreich30 March 2017
The Work of Tiffany Shlain
The Work of Tiffany Shlain
Christina Lu18 June 2017
The Source Project:  8 shorts about empowerment and sustainability
The Source Project: 8 shorts about empowerment and sustainability
Chintan Gohil, Jason Taylor 16 May 2017
Science v. Religion: Genesis to Genetics
Science v. Religion: Genesis to Genetics
Christina Lu25 June 2017
Landscapes & Language of the Anthropocene
Landscapes & Language of the Anthropocene
Erin Espelie28 June 2017
Redefining the Scientific Fiction(s)
Redefining the Scientific Fiction(s)
Giulia Grossmann26 September 2017
Digital Worlds
Digital Futures
Machine Minds & Digital Neurons
The Science of Cinema