Official Trailer for Young Scientists Documentary 'Inventing Tomorrow'
"I want to represent my country, but with science." An official trailer has finally debuted for the inspiring documentary titled Inventing Tomorrow, made by producer / filmmaker Laura Nix (The Light in Her Eyes, The Yes Men Are Revolting). Inventing Tomorrow initially premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, along with the other science fair documentary titled simply just Science Fair (watch that trailer). Both films follow students who end up at the same science fair - the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (or ISEF). This one focuses on following a few of the inspiring teens as they prepare their projects, taking us to their homes around the world as they attempt to solve great dilemmas in their country. This looks a bit kitschy and hammy, but it seems very fun and friendly and good for kids of all ages to enjoy.
Here's the official trailer for Laura Nix's documentary Inventing Tomorrow, in high def on Apple:
And here's the first promo clip they first released for Nix's Inventing Tomorrow, found on YouTube:
Meet passionate teenage innovators from around the globe who are creating cutting-edge solutions to confront the world’s environmental threats – found right in their own backyards – while navigating the doubts and insecurities that mark adolescence. Take a journey with these inspiring teens as they prepare their projects for the largest convening of high school scientists in the world, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Inventing Tomorrow is directed by American filmmaker Laura Nix, an experienced producer and director of the docs The Light in Her Eyes and The Yes Men Are Revolting previously. This first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year in competition. Fishbowl Films will release Nix's Inventing Tomorrow in select theaters starting August 31st coming up soon. Who's curious?
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
That last snippet sold me: "We could combine our efforts. I could detect it and you could cure it!" "YEEEEAH!" Looks fantastic.
THE_RAW_ on Aug 1, 2018
Nice. Although this kind of movie could be made in any decade with any generation. These are outliers.
DAVIDPD on Aug 2, 2018
Of course, every effort which opens better perspective for any group of people should be welcomed. I hope some of these young people got some cool internship or something like that ...
shiboleth on Aug 2, 2018
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