Science Meets Filmmaking

Reel Works grads teamed up with American Museum of Natural History students for Youth Science Filmmaking Course

With funding from The Hive Digital Media Learning Fund, graduates of the award winning Lab at Reel Works teamed up with science learners from the American Museum of Natural History over the Summer to collaborate on three short films from actual Science Bulletin footage of an AMNH paleontology expedition to Rusinga Island, Kenya.

To create these films, the students mastered the art of filmmaking, while learning the scientific complexities of paleontology and evolution.
Please JOIN us for a screening of the student films from the Youth Science Filmmaking Course | Friday, December 7th, 4:30pm, Linder Theatre @ AMNH

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