Science In the Movies
SCONC invites you to attend SCIENCE IN THE MOVIES
Monday, March 14
Hunt Library Auditorium on NC State’s Centennial Campus
A panel of scientists and a film scholar will share and discuss clips from some of Hollywood’s best space and space exploration movies — both serious and not: A Trip to the Moon (1902); Destination Moon (1950); 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968); Star Wars (1977); Galaxy Quest (1999); and Interstellar (2014).
Our panel includes:
Dr. Marsha Gordon, film scholar and professor of English at NC State
Dr. Patrick Treuthardt , assistant head of the Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Lab at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences/Nature Research Center
Dr. Larry Silverberg, professor of Aerospace Engineering at NC State
Moderated by the “Science Comedian” Brian Malow, curator of the “Daily Planet” theater at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences/Nature Research Center.
This program is a collaboration of NCSU Libraries and the Science Communicators of North Carolina. Light refreshments will be served.
Free and open to the public.