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Wild Orbit Films

Goldschmidt Cinema

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We Make Science Films

Where Media and Science meet.  Our team are a combination of professional scientists & BAFTA nominated media professionals.

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Celebrating Your Science Films.

This year the prestigious Goldschmidt geochemistry conference and Wild Orbit films are hosting a week-long celebration of the very best science communication. Prizes, or Orbits, will be awarded to the best communicators in our science.

Goldschmidt Wild Orbit Cinema 2017 opens for submissions on the 1st of March 2017.

We looking for the best geochemistry science films made by you, the scientists.

SUBMIT

Goldschmidt Wild Orbit Cinema proudly accepts entries via FilmFreeway.com, the world's best online submission platform. FilmFreeway offers free HD online screeners, unlimited video storage, digital press kits, and more. Click to submit with FilmFreeway.

Enter Your Film Into Goldschmidt Wild Orbit Cinema




Inspiring The Next Generation

Staff and students in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences describing what studying Geography and Earth Science involves, and the career options available.

Storing Skies As Stone

In 3 minutes - this film gets complex ideas around climate change understood.

Screened at the The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition in London, 2016.

This film was selected by the American Geophysical Union for AGU Cinema 2016. A programme that recognises excellence in communicating science and in science education.

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The quality of your exhibit video was exceptional and gave those who were unable to visit the exhibition in person the opportunity to learn more about your research.

Dr Julie Maxton, Executive Director, The Royal Society


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Adrienne Macartney

Adrienne Macartney is a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and Royal Geological Society.

She is completing her PhD on the geochemistry of crust-atmosphere coupling on Mars, funded by the UK Space Agency.

A commercial science photographer and journalist, she has been awarded a licentiateship from the Royal Photographic Society for documenting poverty in India and been placed as one of the top 10 science writers in 2014 by the Oxbridge roundtable.

She runs a wide range of science communication projects focussed on social mobility.

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Bevis Evans-Teush

A BAFTA nominated film maker with a twenty-year track record.

He has produced peak time BBC documentaries. 

Non-broadcast films on a broad range of subjects across education, public policy, advertising and the third sector.