Sloan Science in Film Forum
I participated in a collaboration between the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, The Science and Entertainment Exchange, and the Sundance Institute which involved filmmakers and scientists collaborating to make four short films.
I was partnered with filmmaker Braden King and the resulting film, The White Guard, was inspired by a 2+ hour long coffee session we had in which we discussed everything from radio astronomy to pop culture. You can watch the full film below.
From the Science in Film website:
Braden King won a Sloan-Sundance award in 2007 for his feature film HERE. His meditative short film, THE WHITE GUARD, was made in collaboration with radio astronomer Summer Ash and is shot at a radio astronomy facility in Southern France. The film contemplates the devices we use to measure the eternal.