August 9, 2010

Imagine Science Film Festival — Time is Running Out!

by Heather Falconer

Have you been working on a film that is grounded in science? Does it have a compelling narrative and characters? Then now may be your chance to win big!

The Image Science Film Festival taking place in NYC is accepting submissions until August 15th. In addition to having your film shown to a wide viewing audience, additional prizes include the $2,500 Nature Scientific Merit Award and the $1,000 Nature Audience Award.

The festival takes place October 15th to the 22nd. For more information on submission procedures, or to get tickets, go to the ISFF website.

Heather Falconer

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Heather Falconer holds undergraduate degrees in Graphic Arts and Environmental Science, as well as an MFA in Writing and an MLitt in Literature. She is currently completing her PhD in Rhetoric and Composition, with an emphasis on rhetoric in/and/of science. Heather has worked internationally in academic publishing as both an author and editor, and has taught a wide range of topics – from research writing to marine biology – in the public and private educational sectors.