Bristol Science Film Festival at Data Week Online — June 18th

This year we’ve partnered with the Jean Golding Institute (JGI) — amongst other University of Bristol-based research institutes — to offer the JGI data science and AI film prize. JGI have kindly invited us to present the eligible films submitted to our competition this year and the prize during their Data Week Online.

On Friday June 18th 14:00-15:00 UK time, we’ll be virtually screening the five science fact or fiction films on a data science and AI theme shortlisted for the JGI prize. Some of the makers behind the films will also be joining us to introduce their films and answer your questions.

The event is FREE to join, and just requires registration via Eventbrite.

Full details of the films we’ll be playing are below. We hope to see you there!

Focus Group

Sydney Relihan
Science Fiction Amateur

After being shown a commercial for the AI company GAIA, five self-assured focus group participants are asked to determine who among them is not fully human.

Not a Robot

George Summers
Science Fiction Amateur

A robot tries to break into a human facility, and is asked a security question…

Il Pedone (The Pedestrian)

Cristiana Pecci and Matteo Maggi
Science Fiction Professional

A story from the past, yet about a future that feels frighteningly similar to ours, where even a simple walk at night can become abnormal.

Lifelike

Keith Allott
Science Fiction Professional

A reclusive sci-fi enthusiast develops an unexpected friendship with a customer service representative.

The Artificial Revolution

Elyas Masrour
Science Fact Amateur

A young artist investigates the recent advancements in creative Artificial Intelligence to see if we’re approaching the end of art.

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