[ASC-list] Visiting Brisbane for the World Science Festival? Come to this free quantum physics film festival!
tara.maree.roberson at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 01:51:49 UTC 2017
Just in case any of you are in town for the World Science Festival next
month, I wanted to bring your attention to a free screening of shortlisted
entries from the international film competition "Quantum Shorts".
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems will showcase
10 finalist entries from the film festival *Quantum Shorts* at the
Queensland Gallery of Modern Art on 24 March.
The ten films were chosen from 203 submissions received from across the
world during the 2016 call for entries.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A panel with quantum physicists who
can answer your film-inspired questions.
Tickets for the screening are available at *bit.ly/QuantumShortsWSFB
Let me know if you have any questions!
*The ten finalists*
What unites everything on Earth? That we are all ultimately composed of
something that is both matter & wave
Submitted by Erin Shea, United States
Dancing cats, a watchful observer and a strange co-existence. It’s all you
need to understand the essence of quantum mechanics
Submitted by Simone de Liberato, United Kingdom
The coin is held fast, but is it heads or tails? As long as the fist
remains closed, you are a winner – and a loser
Submitted by Ivan D’Antonio, Italy
What happens when a massive star reaches the end of its life? Something
that goes way beyond the spectacular, according to this cosmic poem about
the infinite beauty of a black hole’s birth
Submitted by Thomas Vanz, France
A quantum love triangle, where uncertainty is the only winner
Submitted by Chetan Kotabage, India
*The Real Thing*
Picking up a beverage shouldn’t be this hard. And it definitely shouldn’t
take you through the multiverse…
Submitted by Adam Welch, United States
*Together - Parallel Universe*
It’s a tale as old as time: boy meets girl, girl is not as interested as
boy hoped. So boy builds spaceship and travels through multi-dimensional
reality to find the one universe where they can be together
Submitted by Michal Robertson, South Africa
This is one of those days when Tom's morning routine doesn't go to plan –
far from it, in fact. The only question is, can he be philosophical about
Submitted by Ben Garfield, United Kingdom
Can the secret of life be found in the smallest world, where lifeforms and
insentient substance are indistinguishable?
Submitted by Vladimir Vlasenko, Ukraine
Dr. David Long has discovered how to turn matter into waveforms. So why
shouldn’t he experiment with his own existence?
Submitted by Bernard Ong, United States
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