LSFF 2019 Grand Prix with 1500 Euro prize money goes to the American film Human Nature from Adam Bolt.
The programme of the 9. Life Sciences Festivalu is available for downloading and/or in the online catalogue.
Vanilla. Its taste and scent remind us of childhood. But before vanilla can add flavour to your ice cream it needs to undergo a difficult journey lined with bloodied machetes, counterfeit money and greedy politicians and corporations.
Are so-called superfoods really so healthy? How does the growing global demand affect local inhabitants who have been growing such foods since time immemorial as part of their diets?
Car industry has been growing ever since the invention of combustion engines. Everyone wants a car! Or not any longer? We live in an age when the very concept of cars – electric vehicles, autonomous driving – and also customers’ needs change. Cars as we know them will probably soon end up on the […]
The films to compete at the ninth LSFF have already been established. Out of the 934 films from 71 countries that had been sent to the festival, the jury selected 26 films that will compete for the Grand Prix of the Life Sciences Film Festival with 1000 EUR prize money.
The Life Sciences Film Festival (LSFF, 4–8 November, 2019), an international festival of documentary films on natural and agricultural sciences and sustainable development, has prolonged accepting film entries till the end of July!
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.