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!
The LSFF 2017 Grand Prix with 3,000 Euro prize money goes to the Czech film “The World According to Termites” directed by Jan Hošek.
This beauty can be yours! Come to LSFF 2017 and win an HP EliteBook 840 G3 notebook. All you need is to be a CULS student or employee, come and watch a film and throw a competition ticket into the ballot box.
The Czech-German Fund for the Future supports the screening of seven German documentaries at LSFF 2017. You can meet two German directors in person – Julia Dordel and John A. Kantara.
Barbecue is about more than grilling a piece of meat. It’s a ritual performed religiously across the world. For some it’s a path to salvation. It is the pride of nations. And the stories told around the fires become a way to bring the world together.
Did you know that all termites in the world weigh together as much as all people PLUS all ants together? And that they create so much greenhouse gasses that without termites global temperature would drop quite a few degrees?… The fascinating world of termites is the topic of a documentary film co-produced by the Czech […]
There are cyborgs among us today – people whose body and perception are enhanced by implanted chips. The makers of the French-Spanish film Cyborgs Among Us map the current state of transhumanism – from underground garages to top technology labs. Will we all be artificial organisms one day?
In the film Intelligent Trees we hear words that are usually not associated with trees: friendship, family, mother, feelings. Latest research seems to suggest that the saying “insensitive as a piece of wood” is pure nonsense: trees feel much more than we think.
Slovenian film Coffee Time is a perfect advert for coffee. But not for the kind of coffee we get in plastic cups and sip behind the wheel or rushing along the street. Coffee time is something you have to search for and seek inspiration in.
What did the 250,000 USD stem cell burger taste like? Will the blue lupin milk destroy the dairy industry? Can the Veganz supermarket chain push out Tesco one day? And what do all the activists sneaking to barns with a camera to film the cruel treatment of animals have to say about it?