Discover the fascinating science and technology behind moviemaking, from the earliest cinematic experiments to the latest cutting-edge digital processes and equipment. The Science and Technology Council’s Public Programs and Education Subcommittee presents intriguing events and exhibitions to teach industry professionals and the general public about how technology serves the art of motion pictures.
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Are You Game?
"Star Wars" and "Rogue One"
Twelve O'Clock High
Aviators who flew daylight bombing missions
Hollywood Takes the Air
The struggles of the seven test pilots
Aviator falls in love with a farmer’s daughter.
Illusions of Flight
Unique mechanical and optical technology
Jul 29 - Jul 30
Movies In Your Brain
Discussing how filmmaking has evolved
Immersive look at breakthrough production methods
With Ricky Jay, Shane Mahan and Michael Weber
Hosted by Garrett Warren
with a panel of stunt professionals
May 15 - May 15
Bold New World of Storyte
Hosted by John August
Hosted by Academy governor Bill Kroyer
3D dinos at the Academy
Jurassic Park - 20th Anniversary
Making "Forbidden Planet"
Hosted by Craig Barron and Ben Burtt
"Bram Stoker's Dracula"
Panel hosted by Variety's David Cohen
"E.T." Under The Stars
Part of the Prime Tech screening series
The Genius of Jerry Lewis
Hosted by Oscar winners Craig Barron and Ben Burtt
Mar 29 - May 04
Journey Thru Projection
An indepth look at the evolution of projection
40 Years of Film Sound
Hosted by Chris Newman and Tom Fleischman