A SCIENTIST BECOMES ABSORBED IN HIS LAB WORK. For the 9th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival in New York. Scientists and filmmakers were randomly paired and given one week to make a science-inspired short film involving the theme of “light”.

WRITER - SYDNEY CLARA BRAFMAN, T.R. BENNET, SALLY WARRING

DIRECTOR - SYDNEY CLARA BRAFMAN, SALLY WARRING

CAMERA - JESSE LOCASCIO

SOUND RECORDIST - ZACH TRAVIS, RIGO GARAY

COMPOSER - AA/K/AA/R/A

STARRING - LUKE BOND

EDITOR - SYDNEY CLARA BRAFMAN, DAN SABATINI

AD - ALISON IRVINE

AC - NICK SHULTZ

HMU/SFX - RACHEL TEMKIN, NIKKI NEENAN

PAs - IMANI BELSER, AVA RIKKI, DAN SABATINI

TITLE DESIGN - T.R. BENNET


Every living thing is made up of cells. These cells contain stories. The earliest life forms on earth were made up of only one cell, while we are made up of many many cells living together. The evolutionary history of how we evolved from our single cellular ancestors is a story of cooperation between individual cells.

WRITER/NARRATION - SALLY WARRING

ANIMATION/SOUND - RAMIN RAHNI