Did you know, the very earliest cinematographers were thought by many to be magicians?
The conjuring of light has bemused and entertained audiences for centuries...
Now is your chance to create a film and share your science story with cinema audiences statewide.

Learn the science of film, and discover the ‘magic tricks’ that will make the difference to your science short film entry at these informative and hands-on Sci Film workshops.

WHAT TO BRING TO THE WORKSHOP

Bring your smartphone, camera, tablet, or anything you think might help you to capture a science story.

register for a WORKSHOP

geraldton

Facilitated by Mid West Science Engagement Group

Saturday 30th April
9am-12pm

CityHive,
Marine Tce,
Geraldton

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merredin

Facilitated by Wheatbelt Science Hub 

Monday 2nd May
5.30pm - 8.30pm

Merredin Community Resource Centre,
110 Barrack St,
Merredin

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kalgoorlie

Facilitated by Goldfields Education mining Industry Alliance

Saturday 7th May
9am-12pm

Room 5 @ The Western Mining Conference Centre,
44 Macdonald Street,
Kalgoorlie

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ALBANY

Facilitated by the Great Southern Science Council

There are two workshops taking place in Albany - register online to secure your place.

Friday 13th May
6pm - 9pm

Museum Co-op,
Western Australian Museum Albany,
Residency Road,
Albany

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Saturday 14th May

1pm - 4pm

Museum Co-op,
Western Australian Museum Albany,
Residency Road,
Albany

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bUNBURY

Facilitated by South West Science Council

Saturday 21st May
9am - 12pm

Manea Senior College,
Robertson Drive,
Bunbury

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GET THE MOST OUT OF A WORKSHOP

• Have a think about what you’d like your film to communicate before coming to the workshop.
• Write some notes and start to plan the making of your film. These workshops offer a great opportunity to   talk face to face with people whose work revolves around science, communication and film.
• Consider what questions you’d like to ask Adrian and Anna when it's time for Q&A at the workshop.
Can’t make it along to a workshop? You can still find plenty of information on this website, to guide you through submitting your own Sci Film. Head over to the Resources page for a full guide to entering. If you have further questions, check out the FAQs page. And if you’re still stumped, send an email to info@filmharvest.com.au

WHO'S PRESENTING THE WORKSHOP?


ADRIAN GASPARI, MULTIMEDIA PRODUCER

Adrian is co-founder of Film Harvest, WA's ongoing regional programme of arthouse films. His relationship with film and multimedia began at a young age - having projected films from the age of 15 years old, he now produces multimedia content for audiences all over the country and beyond.

ANNA GARDINER, SCIENCE COMMUNICATOR

With a double degree in zoology and science communication, Anna loves mixing media with science! Particularly passionate about film, she’s made animated videos with agricultural scientists and worked researching for a documentary production company.