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 Goes to the Movies: In the Heart of the Sea
Sloan News Exclusive Dreamlands Preview: Interview with Chrissie Iles
Sloan News Meet the Filmmaker: Writer and Producer Jenny Halper
Where Did "Pokémon Go" Come From?
Sloan News Are Imaginary Friends Useful?
Sloan News Premiere: Michael Molina Minard's Standing8
Ghostbusters: Yes, the Equations are Correct
Electric Paris: Interview with Curator Margarita Karasoulas
Sloan News Science on Screen: NASA’S Dr. Patrick Simpkins on October Sky Autism and Cartoons:
Sloan News July Science & Film Goings On
Finding Dory, The Amnesic Royal Blue Tang
Sloan News Science Goes to the Movies: X-MEN: APOCALYPSE
The Physics of Back to the Future's DeLorean Time Machine
Unlocking the Cage: Swimming in a Sea of Sentience
An Inquiry Into The Phenomena of Wonder at MASS MoCA
Sloan News #TBT From the Archive: Jim Berry's Semmelweis
Sloan News Update: $20,000 to Mark Levinson's The Gold Bug Variations
Algorithm for Love: Interview with Lucy Brown on The Lobster
Sloan News Meet the Filmmaker: Sahirr Sethhi
Sloan News Nothing Natural About Them: Scientists on Drone Technology
Sloan News Three Columbia University Filmmakers Receive $70,000
Sloan News Science on Screen: Interview with Jack Horner, Jurassic World Sloan News Premiere: Alexander Berman’s App
Sloan News Funding the Universal Language: Interview with Sloan's Doron Weber
Sloan News Melissa Finell's Sensitivity Training Premieres
The Animated Mind of Oliver Sacks: Dempsey Rice Interview