Thursday, 27 September 2012

The Lifecycle of a Mushroom selected for ISFF 2012 in New York!



My Spectacular Science contribution, The Lifecycle of a Mushroom has been officially selected for the 2012 Imagine Science Film Festival taking place across New York between November 8th and 16th.  It's already traveled a long way, but this is it's very first public screening at an international film festival, and is now in contention for a number of exciting prizes.



"The Imagine Science Film Festival is first science film festival in the world founded by scientists. It aims to transform the way science and scientists are portrayed in mainstream media, while emphasizing the importance of storytelling, narrative structure, and visual communication."

4 comments:

tutorphil said...

Oh Tom! This is brilliant, exciting news - that bloody mushroom - always popping up in prestigious places! I've emailed the great and the good, and I'm about to trumpet this latest achievement on the group blog - congratulations! FAB! :)

P.Klappa said...

Hi Tom - this is absolutely incredible!!! It shows, what a fantastic masterpiece you created. I can't tell you, how delighted I am to ehar that your work has been nominated. Let's keep everything crossable crossed that it will actually win a prize. How wonderful would that be? You are a hero!!!

J.J. *Jolanta Jasiulionyte* said...

beyond greatness! (:D Many congratulations Tom! May it win them prizes :D

Tom Beg said...

Thanks everyone! Let's hope for the best. :-D