Will be back in 38 cities in Indonesia
The Science Film Festival is a festival initiated by the Goethe-Institut Thailand in 2005 that has been expanded into many countries in Southeast Asia and beyond. The festival features films that communicate science and technology in an entertaining and comprehensible way for children aged 9-14 years, as well as a wider audience. Through this approach, the festival combines education and entertainment and demonstrates that communicating and learning about science and technology can be great fun.
In 2017, the Science Film Festival is back in Indonesia for the 8th time. This year, the festival features the theme “Anthropocene” and is held in 38 cities:
The Science Film Festival 2017 is also held in Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Gulf Region, Sudan, Oman, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Mali, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, India, and Sri Lanka.
The festival is held internationally from October 6th to December 18th, 2017.