The Golden Owl
The Golden Owl (Gulluglen) is a competition programme for science documentaries. The award was established in 2014 and is a collaboration with the University of Bergen.
BIFF has always had a close connection with the University of Bergen, whose science employees help shape the content of our school program, as speakers, and as participants in our debates and seminars on topics tied to our films. The need for research based knowledge as a foundation for the central topics of our time lies at the core of The Golden Owl. This programme is meant to contribute to science reaching a wider audience. Our films are meant to entertain and create professional involvement, and the competition should reflect academic variety as well as diverse storytelling.
CRISPR makes “editing” DNA possible, but what does that mean?
Nobel Prize Laureate James P. Allison’s career-long quest to find a cure for cancer.
A scientific foundation for important existential and ethical questions regarding the manipulation of the brain’s pleasure centre.
One does not simply photograph Mars.
Anthropologists, archaeologists, philosophers and programmers contemplate humanity.
International geo-scientists in Lofoten explore the Arctic landscape, to find out why the site is particularly vulnerable to earthquakes.
Yael Harlap - Associate Professor, Department of Education, Faculty of Psychology
Karin Pittman - Professor, Department of Biological Sciences (BIO)
Marco Gargiulo - Professor, professor, Department of Foreign Languages
Erik Friis Reitan - PhD Candidate, The Art Academy - Department of Contemporary Art
Synnøve Skarsbø Lindtner - Associate Professor, Department of Information Science and Media Studies