A can’t-miss event for science aficionados, Pariscience screens a selection of the very best international scientific documentaries. Short films, features or series, no matter what you prefer, you can find it at Pariscience – and all of it is completely free.
Science for All
Through the films of its selection, Pariscience tackles a broad variety of scientific subjects. The goal? To appeal to different audiences and to satisfy everyone’s curiosity.
The festival’s programming includes screenings designed for school audiences, for families, for professionals, for science aficionados and for curious newcomers alike. Each year, several screenings and discussions are made available to deaf and hard of hearing people.
TV documentaries, features and short films, fiction and animation, VR experiences or online video content… Every format and style of writing is welcome at Pariscience.
An Incubator for Scientific Projects
Pariscience backs several projects which combines scientific mediation and film production. With the support of its partners, the festival fosters new talent and actively stimulates the creation of new documentaries.
Informing, Discussing, Debating
Every year, Pariscience presents a selection of documentaries that examines and interrogates current events. Through Q&As and debates, the festival strives to give its audience all the necessary tools to understand the great scientific discoveries of our time and the way they impact the future of our societies.
The Pariscience International Science Film Festival is organized by:
The Association Science & Télévision
Created in 2001, the AST is comprised of 120 independent French producers and 53 production companies. They produce film features, TV documentaries, series, reports and webdocs.
The common denominator? Their productions tackle scientific subjects.
With the support of the CNC and the Procirep, the AST has developed numerous actions which aim at promoting scientific programming on TV, facilitating the production and distribution of science films, encouraging international coproductions and strengthening the bonds between the world of research and the audiovisual sector.