Science fiction judges announcement!

We can now reveal the judges for this year’s short science film competition for the science fiction category!

Once we have received all your entries, we will be passing on shortlisted films to the three talented people below. They’ll be deciding the winners!

Andrew Glester


Andrew is currently a lecturer in science communication at UWE and the coordinator for the Space Universities Network. In his spare time, he has hosted science podcast The Cosmic Shed since 2015. The cosmic shed was listed as one of the Guardian’s favourite podcasts 2018 and has featured guests like Tim Peake, Nichelle Nichols, Marina Sirtis and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Andrew is also the host of the Physics World Stories podcast, a writer/reviewer for Physics World and a science film maker himself.

Follow him on Twitter: @astrondrew
Check out his podcast:

Gabriela Staniszewska


Gabriela is a multi-award winning filmmaker from Bristol, UK. She works primarily in horror and sci-fi, with a small local collective.

Her film ‘I Should Have Run’ won several awards and was showcased on the website of the production company behind Paranormal Activity and Get Out.

Follow her on Twitter: @gabstaniszewska

Andrew Wilson

Andrew has done pretty much every aspect of sound post-production over the years and been nominated for almost everything. Despite not actually winning many awards, Andrew remains the best re-recording mixer in his price range.

He’s currently Vice-chair of the Association of Motion Picture Sound (AMPS), plus he’s probably the only re-recording mixer ever to have played the sousaphone at Glastonbury! This year, he’ll be judging both categories of our competition.

Follow him on Twitter: @Redsixmix
Check out his IMDB page

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