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 Last Days of Night: Exclusive Interview with Graham Moore
Sloan News Computers: From Human to Handheld
Sloan News Child of Light: Tesla Premieres on PBS
Sloan News Something to Say: Interview with Lara Shapiro
Jean-Pierre Léaud Dies as Louis XIV
Science at the 54th New York Film Festival
Malick's Voyage of Time: Interview with
Dr. Andrew Knoll
Sloan News Announcing the Sloan Science & Film Teacher's Guide
October Science & Film Goings On
Sloan News First in Flight: The Wright Brothers and
“Aviation Cinema”
No Ghost Just A Shell: Interview with Pierre Huyghe
Sloan News Meet the Filmmaker: $100,000 Sloan Prize Recipient
Eric Cohen
Sloan News Exclusive Interview: Ellen Burstyn on Buckminster Fuller
Sloan News $120,000 in Grants to Three NYU Tisch Filmmakers
Sloan News From Manuscript to Screenplay: Hidden Figures
Sloan News On The Cusp Of Disaster: Lynn Hershman Leeson In
Her Own Words
Experiments in Art and Technology at
ISSUE Project Room
The Intrepid's Star Trek Exhibit Teleports Science & Film
Sloan News Radium Girls: Interview with Lydia Dean Pilcher
Science at the 2016
Emmy Awards

Nuclear Nightmares: Command & Control & Dr. Strangelove Interactive Storytelling: Interview with TFI's Opeyemi Olukemi
The Element of Water in Netflix’s Stranger Things
Sloan News The Wind Journeys at MOMI: Interview with Ciro Guerra
Science on Screen at the Toronto International Film Festival
The Veneer of Science: NUTS! at Museum of the Moving Image
Sloan News September Science & Film Goings On
Sloan News Science at IFP's Film Week