To mark the 25 years of the Festival of Science, the Association Science & Télévision (AST) and Universcience combine to promote scientific audiovisual through three events:

> Two film festivals:

Pariscience organized by AST 6 to 11 October 2016 at the National Museum of Natural History and the Earth Physics Institute in Paris
Science views organized by Universcience on 8 and 9 October 2016 at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie
> As a professional day on the scientific documentary: Documentary: science, the new horizon, organized by the Union Syndicale of Audiovisual Production (USPA) and AST.

Pariscience, international science film festival – From 6 to 11 October 2016

The festival promotes dialogue between science and society through audiovisual creation. For its 12th edition, 90 international films (short, medium and feature films) will discuss the different research areas. The screenings are followed by debates with the teams of films and scientific experts. The opportunity to reflect on the progress of science and its impact on man and society.

Free admission, all age groups – Booking recommended (

The Science Festival viewed – On 8 and 9 October 2016

For the first time, all the co-financed as part of the Future Investments program is presented to the public. multimedia. Sixty films and multimedia of scientific culture explores various thematic fields: astronomy, life sciences, environment, health, humanities, archeology, arts and sciences. In the program, screenings, meetings and consultation of multimedia.

Free admission, all age groups –

Documentary: Science, the new horizon – On October 5, 2016

A unique opportunity to discuss the place of scientific literature in the French and international media landscape. Scientists, authors, producers, broadcasters, distributors, public and private partners, engage in this day an active reflection to define the conditions for its development on all screens. The symposium will open together this new horizon.

Free admission for professionals only, reservation strongly recommended – /