Bring SCINEMA To Your Classroom or Livingroom
SCINEMA is the largest international science film festival in the southern hemisphere, showcasing the best science feature, documentary, animated and experimental films from filmmakers around the world.
You can see a selection of previous year’s winning entries, completely free!
Films cover a range of STEM topics, each with dedicated teacher resources packed full of lesson inspiration, classroom activities and thought-provoking questions all linked to the Australian National Curriculum.
How to get started
- Log in or create a FREE education account
- Choose a playlist below
- Select a film to watch
- Download the accompanying PDF resource – you can download as many of these as you like.
- You’ll need a screen, speakers and connection to the internet (we recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox browser)
That’s it! It’s super simple to get in on the fun.
Watch the films
This year’s film festival is now over but if you missed out, don’t worry, we have a selection of films still available for free to access for the next few months. Choose the age range most appropriate for your learners to explore the free films and activities.
If you have students who love science and are interested in making films then have a look at SCINEMA Junior.
This is a dedicated category within SCINEMA for students under the age of 18 to communicate and share the science they’re passionate about.
Entries for SCINEMA Junior 2022 will open soon, so, for more information, teaching support and to find out how to get involved head to the SCINEMA website now.
The Education platform, along Cosmos – a quarterly science print magazine and online science news site – and SCINEMA International Science Film Festival are developed and operated by The Royal Institution of Australia, an independent charity dedicated to connecting people with the world of science.