Science film festival encourages more Caribbean interest


Michelle Gevint

A still from Michelle Gevint’s short film “The Sweet Stench of Sulfur,” which is playing at the Imagine Science Film Festival at The New School on Oct. 14.

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The Imagine Science Film festival kicks off today, and returns with more than a dozen films exploring science. The week-long event, which is also celebrating its 10-year anniversary, offers guests an opportunity to see projects on the matter from filmmakers all over the world, said the event’s creative program manager.

“The Imagine Science Film Festival is a global film company that produces science films that we curate from global filmmakers on different subjects and we highlight their films,” said Shemeeka Greaves.

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