From spacewomen to turtles to quolls to fungi to beetles to wormholes to Ebola… the James Theatre has the “best of the best” science films you'll see this year.
For the second year running, the James Theatre will host the Best of the SCINEMA Science Film Festival.
The Paterson-Allyn-Williams Science Hub event will be held this Friday night, August 18.
The range of the program is wide and includes amazing photography, amusing speculations, charming explanations and experimental approaches.
Some of the science explored includes water quality, wormholes, IVF, endangered animals and epidemics.
The two-hour program is not suitable for younger children.
Some of the movies contain subtitles, some coarse language, scenes of animal surgery and themes of animal cruelty.
The show gets underway at 7pm and entry is by a gold coin donation. The candy bar will be open.
Scinema and Paterson-Allyn-Williams Science Hub are both made possibly by Inspiring Australia.