Life and Other Cataclysms
October 2018

Crisis. Entropy. Extinction. This year's Imagine Science Film Festival takes a hard look at the high stakes for all life on Earth and beyond, and Labocine this month expands and embellishes the conversation with a selection of past and present favorites that take these questions of survival even further. Between nuclear proliferation, species loss and dwindling resources, existence itself is not assured. But for every dystopia, a corresponding utopia may be within reach. It may be a struggle, but the record of all life is that of an eon-spanning fight to stay alive. Join us for tumultuous natural history and startling feats of adaptation, deadly risks and feats of modern medicine, the deaths of stars and the extraordinary paths to SURVIVAL.

Hum

by Stefano Nurra
FILM

Shut Your Windows

by Filip Peruzović
FILM

Glucose

by Jeron Braxton
FILM

Guardabosques - Guardians of the Forest

by Mari Cleven
FILM

Protect Me, Leave Me

by Khawla Al Maamari Noura Al Suwaidi
FILM

Yearbook

by Bernardo Britto
FILM

The Skin We're In

by Martha Orbach
FILM

The Sacred Disease

by Erica Scoggins
FILM

.TV

by G Anthony Svatek
FILM

Blazing Mounts

by Laura Morales
FILM

The Miniaturist

by Paribartana Mohanty
FILM

Cyber Hive

by Ruth Marsh
FILM

Soon It Would Be Too Hot

by Jeanne Liotta
FILM

Matters of the Heart

by Christina Lammer
FILM

Cloud Kumo

by Yvonne Ng
FILM

Dix Puissance Moins Quarante-trois Seconde

by F Francis
FILM

Model Fifty-One Fifty-Six

by Josh Weissbach
FILM

Above and Below

by Nicolas Steiner
FILM

Struggle for Existence

by Laurie Sumiye
FILM

Mother, a fairy tale

by Barry J Gibb
FILM

The Great Silence

by Jennifer Allora Guillermo Calzadilla
FILM

Feats of Modest Valour

by Mia Mullarkey Alice McDowell
FILM

Lifespan

by Jessica Bishopp
FILM

The Sand Storm (沙尘暴)

by Jason Wishnow
FILM

Containment

by Peter Galison Robb Moss
FILM

Insan

by Alexis Gambis
FILM

Submarine

by Mounia Akl
FILM

The Ray Cat Solution

by Benjamin Huguet
FILM

An All-Encompassing Light

by Chloe White
FILM
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