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.

Water Scarcity Expert On Dune, Arrakis, Desert Planet
Peer Review
Sloan Winners Robin Weigert Stars Opposite A Furry In Stella For Star
Sloan Winners Science Media Awards Nominees
Sloan Winners Staying Hooked: John Cho In Computer-Screen Thriller Searching Behind-the-Scenes of AMC’s The Terror
Science At The 2018 Emmy Awards
Camden International Film Festival Programmer, Sean Flynn
Interview, Film Festivals
29 Science Films At The Toronto International Film Festival
Film Festivals
Twins Reared Apart From Birth: Beyond The Secret Study
Peer Review
September Science & Film Goings On
Goings On
Sloan Winners Film Recreates War-Torn Bosnia In Los Angeles
Preview of Projections Program at the New York Film Festival
Film Festivals
Sloan Winners Script About the Surgeon Behind Mütter Museum Wins Sloan Prize
Congressional Gold Medal to Scientists Who Inspired Hidden Figures
Teacher's Guide to Short Science-Related Films for the Classroom
Sloan Winners Computer Game Where Players Maintain an Ecosystem Wins Award
Science At The 56th New York Film Festival
Film Festivals
Sloan Winners TV Series About Psychedelics Wins Sloan-FIND Episodic Grant
Carl Akeley and Nature’s Truth
A Conversation With Joan Jonas, Moving Off The Land
Knights in Newark
Sloan Winners Car Mechanics, Birthing Technology, The Odón Device, And Bump The Birth of the Camera Phone
Film Festivals
Sloan Winners Four Writers From Carnegie Mellon Win Sloan Awards
August Science & Film
Goings On

Goings On
Will Nature Forgive Us? Paul Schrader’s First Reformed
Peer Review
Meet The Ancient Egyptian Mathematician Hypatia
Peer Review, Our Science Heroes
Penny Lane On The Pain Of Others