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CinéGlobe

Project at a glance

Dates and Place

18 - 23 March 2014, Geneva, Switzerland
CERN Globe

Organizers

CERN

Project details

CinéGlobe is the international festival of short films inspired by science, that takes place every two years at CERN, in the Globe of Science and Innovation.

Situated just outside Geneva, Switzerland, CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) is the world’s largest physics laboratory. From the 18th to the 23rd of March, 2014, CERN will host the fourth edition of the festival.

Open to short film creators from around the world, the CinéGlobe festival is truly international, the first three editions having attracted more than 4000 entries from more than 100 countries around the globe. Thanks to the strong cultural commitment of CERN and the city of Meyrin (where CERN is located), the CineGlobe festival is poised to become one of the most important festivals worldwide for films surrounding the themes of science and technology.

The mission of the CinéGlobe Film Festival is to challenge the commonly perceived divisions between science and art by demonstrating that they are both essential to interpreting our world.

Volunteering Opportunities

ICV is looking for interpreters to work from English to French.




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