New York Hall of Science || Saturday, October 14, 2:00PM
Encounters with the Natural World
Science for nanos
Tickets free with New York Hall of Science admission!
Searching sea turtles, avenging sea monsters, and philosophical frogs all meet in the latest year of our ongoing Science for Nanos series of science films for the whole family. This year the program focuses on our place in the changing biosphere of Earth, but we also couldn't resist looking beyond, into particles, planets, and the scientific method in space.

Note that while most of the films are in English, the final three are in French and Dutch, and will be shown with English subtitles. We apologize to our youngest viewers for the inconvenience.
Time and location:

Saturday, October 14, 2:00pm
New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th St, Corona, Queens, 11368

Films (Total runtime: 56 min)

Ampersand (Erin Clare Shea, USA, 2016, 3 min)
Polymer (Astrid Goldsmith, UK, 2016, 3 min)
My Haggan Dream (Laura Sams & Rob Sams, USA, 2016, 8 min)
Rhacophorus (Laura Verlinden, Belgium, 2016, 6 min)
Hydrocarbon (Karim Niazi, Switzerland, 2016, 2 min)
A Story From Space (Joseph Childs, UK, 2017, 6 min)
Building Blocks of the Universe (Chris Hart, USA, 2016, 4 min)
Dish Life (Chloë Thomas, UK, 2016, 8 min)
Sun Milk (Silvan Zweifel, Switzerland, 2016, 7 min)
Jellyfish Weather (Stefanie Visjager & Katinka Baehr, Netherlands, 2016, 1 min)
My Cat In Me (Stefanie Visjager & Katinka Baehr, Netherlands, 2016, 1 min)
Zooz (Romain Blanc-Tailleur, France, 2016, 6 min)
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