This year, the 41 North Film Festival will screen five films about history, issues and accomplishments related to STEM innovation in its lineup of more than 20 films.
Films include stories about:
- High school STEM students competing for international honors (“Science Fair“)
- An early Silicon Valley startup (“General Magic“)
- Internet censorship (“The Cleaners“)
- The first photo of the moon from space (“Earthrise“)
- Solar-powered flight (“Point of No Return“)
The festival runs Thursday through Sunday, Nov. 1-4 at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. Times and information for specific films and events can be found online. The festival is free and open to the public.