MANTOVA Science translation in Animation. Starting on Tuesday 9 November, Cinema Carvão will resume its activities in the fields of astrophysics, neuroscience, robotics, plant biology and other disciplines through LA SCIENZA AL CINEMA, a series of documentaries dedicated to current scientific topics.
Perhaps one of the most visible consequences of the epidemic has been the unprecedented emergence of science in public debate. Newspapers, televisions and – mainly – the web and social networks have been invaded by articles, interviews and testimonies from many accredited professionals and researchers. A series of information and theories that, on the one hand, reinforced this sense of disillusionment and doubt that explodes in movements like no-Fax, on the other hand, demonstrated the need for accessible and effective scientific communication capable of avoiding simplification or reductionism.
This has always been the “mission” of LA SCIENZA AL CINEMA: to try to translate the results of the most daring and decisive scientific research into the universal language of cinema. After a year of hiatus, the exhibition returns to the room to interact with plant and artificial intelligence, the mysteries of the universe and the mind, and meditate on the history and function of natural collections.
First revision date Tuesday, November 9: Albin Bibilom’s Curiosity and Control guides us through the great natural history museums and zoos in Western capitals. Historians, architects, museum experts, and zoo officials help us reflect on the complex relationship between man and nature that these extraordinary spaces express, including wonder, curiosity, control, and the desire for protection. The film is presented by Silvia Secci, Head of the Natural Collections at the Civic Museums of Reggio Emilia.
The review continues to investigate the complex mechanisms of how our minds work and the scenarios that open up thanks to research in artificial intelligence. … When you think away (Tuesday, November 16), you ask yourself what consciousness is and what it has to do with our bodily nature – Carlo Minosi, Director of the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, Trent University, based in Rovereto – Progress, while immortality (Tuesday 23 November) portends a life not Still biological potential, as disembodied intelligence increases stronger and more capable (presented by Federico Capizza, Associate Professor of Human-Machine Interaction at the University of Milan Bicocca).
LE GÉNIE DES ARBRES (Tuesday, November 30), Emmanuel Nopicourt’s film illustrating the latest surprising discoveries about communication networks and cooperation between plant species, tells us about another intelligence – relational, hypersensitive and indisputably “green”. The exhibition ends light years away from us: Black Holes – The Edge of All We Know (Tuesday, December 7) is dedicated to the most mysterious and mysterious things found in space, and perhaps the best read for understanding the workings of the universe.
LA SCIENZA AL CINEMA is part of the activities of the MantovaScienza Festival 2021, whose schedule of meetings and workshops will take place from 12 to 21 November 2021.
All presentations will take place at 9:15 pm. Subscription to 5 films: 15 euros. Single ticket for the show: €7 full, €5 discount for Carbon Cinema members.
Movies are also available for morning school screenings. Ticket cost for students: €4 (free for accompanying teachers). Classes interested in screenings should contact Coal Cinema to schedule an appointment.
Information: 0376.369860, [email protected]www.ilcinemadelcarbone.it.
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