Starting October 21st, and running through the 29th, the V International Festival of Cinema on Science and Technology "360°" will be presented at five venues in Moscow. 25 popular science films will be presented featuring high tech subjects from drones to farm innovation and biofuels.
Organized by the Polytechnic Museum, and Beat Films, this year's event will deal with science and tech subjects, as well as featuring famous Russian scientists. The cinema "Formula Kino Gorizont", the MAMM (Multimedia Art Museum), and other locations. Festival Director and Deputy General Director of the Polytechnic Museum for educational activities, Ivan Bogantsev had this to say about the coming event:
"This year's festival seems to me to be in the line of educational programs of the Polytechnic, and this year we are also excited about the full discussion program, one equal to any popular science festival in the world."
The "360°" this year will also present a special program prepared in collaboration with the Association of Institutions of Culture of countries of the European Union. Within this contect, the film project "CERN", reveals for the audience a doorway into the inner life of the European organization for nuclear research. Another event of the festival will be a film about the London Museum of natural history "David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive".
For more information readers should contact the organizers via the links provided, or call +7 (495) 730-54-38.