BrisSciFilm 2022 – Jean Golding Institute data science and AI film prize

There will be an additional prize awarded this year for a short film submitted to our competition with a data science or artificial intelligence theme. Cash prizes will be awarded to the winner and runner up on behalf of the Jean Golding Institute (JGI). The University of Bristol-based Institute is a multidisciplinary hub, an environment where novel data science and data-intensive research is explored to find data driven solutions to societal challenges

We invite you to join the JGI at the Bristol Data and AI Showcase taking place at the MShed (7thJune) followed by Data Week 2022, (13-17th June) a week-long event of talks, workshops and training sessions. Both events are open to all and are completely free of charge. Bristol Science Film Festival will be collaborating with the JGI to hold a screening of the winning films during Data Week.

JGI wants to see your short science fiction or fact films on a data theme. These could explore data ethics, how the information age has affected the spread of misinformation, or how data science and AI is positively changing our lives now and in the future.

The Jean Golding Institute will award £150 to the winner and £50 to the runner up. To be considered, just submit your film to our Festival via FilmFreeway and you’ll automatically be considered for the Jean Golding Institute film prize.

Already submitted your film? We don’t make final decisions until after the competition closing date of May 1st, 2022. If you have already submitted your film on a data science-related topic, it’ll automatically be eligible for the Jean Golding Institute prize.

Any questions, please get in touch. Good luck!

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