Venue The Connecticut Science Center

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Monsters From The ID - Screening With Short: I Have Seen The Future

Featuring an introduction and Q&A with Director/Producer: Dave Gargani
Monsters From The Id weaves the intersecting themes of over thirty classic Sci-Fi films in order to tell the untold story of the rise of the Modern Scientist and his role in inspiring a nation. The film continues to explore the psychological and cultural impact of 1950’s Sci-Fi cinema in America and asks, “where is science inspiration found today?”

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01.12.13
6:00 pm
The Connecticut Science Center
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"Privacy" - Martians & Martinis Sci-Fi Film Series

Featuring an introduction and Q&A with Privacy Producer: Anres Garrett
Tech savvy college student; Mark and his friend Toby are determined to invent and launch the next Microsoft. Mark has taken Social Media (or possibly anti-social) to a whole new meaning with his new cutting edge spyware mobile device application, aptly named “Privacy App”. The app gives new meaning to the word “voyeur”, allowing Mark to remotely view the world from any cell phone in New York City.

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03.09.13
6:00 pm
The Connecticut Science Center
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"Another Earth" - Martians & Martinis Sci-Fi Film Series

Q&A With Director Mike Cahill
In “Another Earth”, Britt Marling (played by actress Rhoda Williams), a bright young woman accepted into MIT’s Astrophysics program, aspires to explore the cosmos. A brilliant composer, William Mapother (played by actor John Burroughs), has just reached the pinnicale of his profession and is about to have a second child. On the eve of the discovery of a duplicate Earth, Tragedy strikes and the lives of these strangers become irrevocably intertwined.  

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04.06.13
7:00 pm
The Connecticut Science Center
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"TiMER" - Martians & Martinis Sci-Fi Film Series

In an alternate version of present day Los Angeles, a revolutionary device called the TiMER fulfills this fantasy. For a reasonable installation fee and moderate monthly charges, a TiMER implanted in the wrist will accurately display the numbers of days, hours, minutes and seconds until the wearer’s date with destiny.

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05.11.13
6:00 pm
The Connecticut Science Center