Did you know that Jeff Bridges is not just “Dude” Lebowski but also a film producer interested in environmental issues? His documentary Living in the Future’s Past appears in world premiere on 9 October – and at LSFF you can see it immediately during the opening day of the festival, on Monday 15 October. So […]
It’s hairy and it’s got six legs, what is it? An insect that deserves to be trampled? Wrong! Maybe part of your menu soon. It’s possible that soon we’ll have no other option but go for crickets and worms.
The programme of 8. Life Sciences Festivalu is available for downloading.
The LSFF 2018 is bubbling up. Have a look at an interview with the makers of Fermented about what didn’t fit in the film. You can come and see Fermented on 16th October at 1.45 pm.
The author and chef Edward Lee goes on a journey to understand how the ancient process of fermentation is used in modern cuisine both at home and abroad. The culinary world has labeled fermentation as the hottest food trend at the moment, and this film stands as point of entry into the deep dark world of […]
At this year’s Life Sciences Film Festival there will be 22 films competing for the LSFF Grand Prix and individual faculty awards.
In recipes for Chinese dishes you can find various ingredients – except tomatoes. The round staple of European cuisine has only recently made its way to the Asian country of billion inhabitants. In spite of that China has decided to become the global player in tomato business. Why? You will find out in the French […]
Hidden from sight is the Kingdom of Fungi that rules life on land. It’s an alien world with the largest and oldest organisms alive today. It was fungi that made life possible on a barren planet and it was fungi that brought life back to Earth after the last mass extinction event.
The Life Sciences Film Festival (LSFF, 15–19 October, 2017), an international festival of documentary films on natural and agricultural sciences and sustainable development, has prolonged accepting film entries till the end of July!
The Life Sciences Film Festival (LSFF, 15–19 October, 2018), an international festival of documentary films on natural and agricultural sciences and sustainable development, has started accepting film entries!