Directed By Alexis Gambis
- 12:00 minutes
- Emily Driscoll, Laurent Buffi
- Alexis Gambis
- Pedro Gomez Millan
After a forced visit back home in Paris to see his ailing father, a young neuroscientist is flooded with childhood memories and dissects through unresolved issues.
Alexis Gambis – Graduate 2nd Year
Alexis Gambis is a French-Venezuelan filmmaker and scientist. He is the Founder and Executive Director of Imagine Science Films, a non-profit organization that promotes a high-level dialogue between scientists, artists, and filmmakers. He creates and showcases films that effectively incorporate accurate science into visually compelling narratives. His shorts have been featured in variety of festivals, including Brooklyn Film Festival and Palm Springs. He is currently developing the Fly Room project, a feature film and documentary series about the Fly Room lab at Columbia University, the birthplace of modern genetics in the early 20th century.