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January 25, 2022—Congratulations to Terra Mater Factual Studios and Cosmic Picture on The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness
winning Most Inspiring Adventure Film at this year's Wild and Scenic Film Festival. This year's award-winning films were chosen from a field of over 110 films by a dedicated team of jurors.
January 13, 2022—As we get closer to the dates of the upcoming GSCA
Film Expo in Los Angeles on March 8-9 and Salt Lake City March 10, we
have received many inquiries about whether we are going ahead with the
in-person event. We have been following developments related to
the Omicron variant very closely. We also have talked to industry
stakeholders representing all segments of GSCA’s membership, and we sent
a poll to all our theater members last week asking if they plan to
attend. After gathering all this information, the GSCA Executive
Committee had a thorough discussion on Tuesday, January 11, and has
voted unanimously to proceed with in-person events in both Los Angeles
and Salt Lake City.
January 12, 2022—Florida A&M University and Florida State University announced today
that Michelle Personette, the executive director of Tallahassee’s
Challenger Learning Center (CLC), will step down on Feb. 3, 2022.
Personette has led the center, which is the K-12 STEM outreach facility
of the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, since 2004. Prior to that, she
served as its communications and development manager, beginning in 2001.
January 10, 2022—The world premiere of “Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia” film and exhibition debuts at the California Science Center on February 16, 2022. Through 120 original artifacts—half on tour outside Cambodia for the first time—and hands-on exhibits, guests will use the lens of science to explore the ancient empire of Angkor. The film, distributed by K2 Studios, is a visually stunning epic adventure where science, mystery, and ancient civilization intersect.
January 6, 2022—D3D Cinema, in partnership with Christie®, is proud to announce that the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST)
in Syracuse, New York, has selected D3D to provide a generational
transformation of MOST’s Giant Dome theater with the installation of a
stunning second generation (Gen 2) laser-illuminated, ultra
high-resolution Laser CineDome projection system. The theater is
scheduled to reopen in February 2022 after a complete renovation,
including new seating, flooring, lighting and an impressive new NanoSeam dome surface.