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The Science New Wave and Labocine | Alexis Gambis on New Movement to Promote Science Filmmaking

The science field has engrained itself into the genre of filmmaking, both in science fiction and science realism. Biologist and filmmaker Alexis Gambis pushed for a movement to continue merging both science and filmmaking in The Science New Wave and its streaming Labocine.

The Science New Wave was formed eight years ago to be a movement in scientific pursuit to be free to co-exist and blend freely across disciplines and cultures.

The movement was officially founded on August 26, 2015, in Lairoux, France. Its original mission was carefully crafted by a committee of scientists and artists, who came together at a town hall meeting to address the concern about the impact of human activity on the local bat population.

The movement had evolved but maintained the following traits:

*Culture is science. Science is culture.

*Diversity feeds the ecosystem.

*Experiments become cinema.

*Structure dictates function.

*Science and story never collide.

*Scientists, filmmakers, directors, editors, nonhumans, animals, plants, birds, bats, monarchs, neurons, and cells carry a message. We all carry a message.

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Through The Science New Wave, Labocine is launched as a streaming platform, visual magazine, and community network to be the bridge between the arts and sciences. It encourages projects and collaborations toward science filmmaking with more transparency, access, data, and tools.

LRM Online’s Gig Patta chatted with Alexis Gambis, an award-winning filmmaker, professor, and current Harvard Fellow.

Alexis Gambis’ latest film Sons of Monarchs looks into the issues of identity, (im)migration, and evolution that is now streaming on Max. Currently, he is developing three film projects The Next Jaguar, El Beso, and Mousetrap.

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Watch the exclusive interview with Alexis Gambis below. Let us know what you think of the interview.

For news and interviews, contact Gig Patta at [email protected]. Follow,, or for all his postings and musings in entertainment.

Source: LRM Online Exclusive, The Science New Wave, Labocine

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