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THE FARTHEST – VOYAGER IN SPACE Wins the National Academies Keck Futures Initiative Communication Award and Scores Two News and Documentary Emmy® Award Nominations
CHEVY CHASE, MD (August 23, 2018) — HHMI Tangled Bank Studios is proud to add the prestigious National Academies Keck Futures Initiative Communication Award for film, radio and television to the list of recognitions for THE FARTHEST – VOYAGER IN SPACE, its film about NASA’s historic mission to explore the outer solar system. The award comes on the heels of two Emmy® nominations from The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences including Outstanding Science and Technology Documentary. THE FARTHEST – VOYAGER IN SPACE shares these honors with film partners Crossing The Line Films, the Irish Film Board and PBS.
HHMI Tangled Bank Studios’ Latest Film, INVENTING TOMORROW, to Screen at the Hot Docs Film Festival Following its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival
CHEVY CHASE, MD (APRIL 27, 2018) — HHMI Tangled Bank Studios, the award winning film production unit of Howard Hughes Medical Institute, in association with Fishbowl Films, Motto Pictures, 19340 Productions, Shark Island Institute and Glassbreaker Films is pleased to announce that INVENTING TOMORROW will screen at Toronto’s Hot Docs Festival, North America’s largest documentary festival.
Academy Award-winning Passion Pictures and HHMI Tangled Bank Studios present one of the most important but untold science stories of our time—a tale with profound implications for the fate of life on our planet.
In Partnership with New IMAX Film BACKYARD WILDERNESS, HHMI Tangled Bank Studios Offers Free Apps, Exhibits, and Kits for Kids, Families and Teachers and Communities to Explore the Wildlife in Their Own Backyards
Elements include free nature exploration app for kids, BioBlitz event toolkits, “cheat sheets” for family nature walks, library and museum displays, and classroom activity guides.
WASHINGTON, DC (April 17, 2018) — The average American child spends more than seven hours a day looking at a screen, and can identify more than 300 commercial brands but only five native species where they live.