The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has a nationwide film program to support filmmakers at every stage of development who create narrative films about science and technology.

On this site, watch award-winning Sloan short films, learn about over 500 projects, including more than ten features released theatrically in the past three years, supported by the Sloan Film Program, and see how film can serve as a lens into society's most critical science and technology issues.

Sloan News Science at IFP's Film Week
Sloan News Daniel Ragussis’ Short Film Haber
Sloan News Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Sloan News Buckminster Fuller's The House of Tomorrow
I Take Arsenic, Of Course: Florence Foster Jenkins
Science is Fiction: Jean Painlevé's The Sea Horse
Data Compression in Silicon Valley
Sloan News New Face of Independent Film: Writer Shawn Snyder
Sloan News Games within Games: Interview with Dr. Buell on eXistenZ
Sloan News Einstein and Hollywood: David Schwartz and Sonia Epstein Discuss
Sloan News Science Goes to the Movies: The Flash
Sloan News Shall We Play A Game?: Interview with Metrograph's Jake Perlin
Imagine Science on
Scientific American
Sloan News Collective: Unconscious
Sloan News Science on Screen: Interview with Dr. Paul Durham on Gattaca
Sloan News Premiere: Jonah Bleicher's The King's Pawn
The Ruins of Civilization: Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s Homo Sapiens August Science & Film
Goings On
Sloan News Flora Lichtman and Sharon Shattuck's Animated Life
Art and Astronomy: Interview with Curator Mary-Kay Lombino
Sloan News How Bodies Can Be Useful: Daniel Radcliffe is Swiss Army Man
Stanley Kubrick on Nuclear Attacks and Dr. Strangelove
Sloan News From the Collection: Movie Story, Hedy Lamarr
Sloan News Science Goes to the Movies: In the Heart of the Sea
Where Did "Pokémon Go" Come From?
Sloan News Exclusive Dreamlands Preview: Interview with Chrissie Iles
Sloan News Meet the Filmmaker: Writer and Producer Jenny Halper
Sloan News Are Imaginary Friends Useful?