Interested in science communication? Enjoy making films or like the idea? Join us for our film workshop here at the University of Warwick between 13-15th June 2019!
What is LabCut?
LabCut is a 3-day workshop aimed at bringing filmmakers, artists and scientists together to create short science films, organised by SynBio CDT students Cansu Kuey, Charlotte Gruender and Patrick Capel.
The workshop will provide expert training on shooting and editing and produce short films. The films will be screened in British Science Festival here in Warwick in September 2019, and the public will vote for their favourite!
Fellow science communication enthusiasts are organising a Science Film Festival in Bristol! You will be able to submit the films created in the workshop to Bristol Science Film Festival until 30th June 2019!
Who can attend?
It’s a free to attend event, anyone with a passion for communicating science related to human health through the media of film. Filmmakers, musicians, artists, scientists and all others welcome.
It doesn't matter if you are the next Kubrick or have only ever taken selfies, this workshop will teach you what you need to know. If you have any questions at all email LabCut@Warwick.ac.uk
Scientists! Bring your experimental footage of your cells or organisms or whatever you’re working on to turn it into a short film!
Artists! Bring your creative ideas and get a chance to work with scientists to make their science look cool and aesthetic!
Some of the short science films we admire:
How to apply?
Please fill in the form below and we will contact you about the result of your application after the deadline.