Science on Screen
USA | 2013 | 99 minutes | Mark Levinson
October 7, 2014
An exciting tale of the largest scientific experiment in human history.
USA | 1974 | 106 minutes | Mel Brooks
April 14, 2014
Mel Brooks' 1974 comedy masterpiece, introduced by UW Biology Professor Thomas Daniel.
USA | 1974 | 123 minutes | Mark Robson
March 31, 2014
A 70s disaster epic with an all-star cast, introduced by Washington State Seismologist John Vidale, Ph. D.
120 minutes | Various
Favorites from the Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival, introduced by real scientists
USA | 1997 | 89 minutes | Luis Llosa
August 15, 2013
A giant, killer anaconda is lurking in the Amazon jungle waiting to gobble bad-asses Jennifer Lopez and Ice Cube.
USA | 2012 | 100 minutes | Jenny Deller
A teenage loner becomes obsessed with ecological disaster after she is abandoned by her dreamer single mom and forced to move in with her fiery alcoholic grandmother.
USA | 2009 | 158 minutes | Roland Emmerich
Neutrino Astrophysicist Jason Detwiler, PhD introduces Roland Emmerich's disaster epic that destroyed the whole world with lavish, exciting special effects!