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Science Fair

Science Fair is a movie starring Jack Andraka, Anjali Chadha, and Ramy Khodeir. Nine high school students from disparate corners of the globe navigate rivalries, setbacks, and hormones on their quest to win the international science...

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Darren Foster, Cristina Costantini
Darren Foster, Jeff Plunkett, Cristina Costantini
Anjali Chadha, Ramy Khodeir, Serena McCalla, Jack Andraka
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Nine high school students from disparate corners of the globe navigate rivalries, setbacks, and hormones on their quest to win the international science fair. Only one can be named "Best in Fair."

Comments about documentary «Science Fair» (19)

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I was fortunate enough to see this film at an event, and i must say, it was a very powerful, but highly entertaining film. I have been interested in this subject for a long time and was impressed by the information presented. I thought the acting was excellent, the settings were fantastic, and the film was well put together. I highly recommend this film. Anyone who wants to learn about the subject of the "land of opportunity" should watch this film.

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Mildred Weaver

The concept of this documentary is great. It focuses on the challenges faced by college students, and how the systems at both the high school and college levels are not aligned for success. While college has become a process to learn more about yourself and your surroundings, it has become a process to become more individual, and this film has the answers. While some of the things mentioned in the film might be true, there are still many more people who are doing great things with the same degree, and this documentary shows that. The movie also addresses how some people are able to overcome their limitations to get to the point they are at, and how others are not. It also speaks to how an individual's ability to overcome their limitations can help them in their own journey to happiness. Finally, this film addresses the importance of an individual's education, and how it is essential to a person's success. I recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the topics discussed in it.

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Wayne Hanson

This documentary was great, I don't think I've ever seen a documentary that was as good as this one. The story is great, the acting is great, and the editing is great. I loved the way they mixed the music with the story. This was an excellent documentary. I don't think I have ever seen a documentary that had so much information about the subject, so many things that you could learn from. I also liked the way they did not make it too educational. I would recommend this documentary to anyone, and I would recommend it to anyone that has an interest in science.

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I saw this film for the first time last night at a Film Independent Festival in San Francisco, and I really loved it. This movie is about the new wave of art-house filmmakers who are making movies with more depth and intensity than the typical Hollywood blockbuster, and it also covers the recent surge of filmmakers from the more independent corners of the United States to take advantage of the financial opportunity afforded them by the Internet. It's a film that explores the struggle between artistic integrity and the commercial temptation to become famous, and it's a film that explores the power of a personal film project to inspire the world around it, and the way that a small group of individuals can inspire a great deal of change. It's an incredibly personal film, and I'm sure many will disagree with some of the messages presented, but I found that the majority of the audience loved the film, and they really wanted to know more about the people behind it. I highly recommend this film to anyone interested in a film with a very personal message. I'm glad to see that the film is being re-released in English with English subtitles, and I can't wait for it to come out on DVD in the United States.

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Anthony Jensen

This is a truly amazing film. I wish it had a larger audience. The characters are so real. The pace is fast and the imagery is wonderful. There is no one in the film who is a stereotype. No one is passive. No one is insignificant. There is nothing wrong with the characters, or the movie. The only people who are important are the ones who make up the world of Wikipedia. I think the film makes a great case for Wikipedia. It is a very personal journey, and I think that the film is absolutely the best I have ever seen.

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This is an excellent documentary. It is a great document of how people can learn about different fields and people, and how they can find themselves in the process. The film has several themes, such as the importance of social networking and how you can make a difference in the world, and how to make a difference in your own life. The film has several interesting segments, such as the special effects that are used to make the different parts of the body and the characters look like real people. The film also has many interesting interviews with people from all over the world. The film is well-written, and the subjects are interviewed with great candor. The film is a must-see for anyone who loves documentaries, and anyone who has a love for history.

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Alan Mitchell

This documentary is a masterpiece. I had a hard time telling if I was watching a documentary or a TV show. It's like seeing a really good movie. If you're in the mood for a good feel good movie, I recommend this one. The documentary isn't perfect, and sometimes you'll see something that makes you laugh, or laugh at something that makes you feel a little bit embarrassed. But there's no reason to care about that. All of the highlights in the movie are the best parts. I would say this movie would be even better if the music was replaced with an actual soundtrack. Because there's no real good soundtrack to go with the movie, but it's still a good movie. And it doesn't matter if you watch it or not. It's really easy to pick up on the message, and really easy to get into it. It's not very deep, but it has a message that everyone can understand. I really hope they make a sequel. I think it's really well done.

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John K.

One of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I've been involved in the film industry since the age of 12. I'm very familiar with the fact that there are some scenes where the audience is not invited to view them. I was happy to see that the audience was being able to see this film. It is quite enlightening and gives an accurate picture of the situation in the industry. It is a documentary of sorts and not so much of a documentary. We see in very clear and thorough fashion the situation, the talent and the people involved. It is truly inspiring to see the passion of the director and all the other people involved in the film. Thank you to the Academy for recognizing this film.

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After watching this movie, I really started to understand my love for animation. I was surprised to see the amount of details and the realism that went into making this movie. Even though this is a Disney movie, I think that it could also appeal to kids, and it was really nice to see the story unfold before my eyes. I can't wait to buy this movie. If you have kids, this is the perfect family movie to show them.

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In the early 1960s, a government-funded experimental-art project that sought to show off the human-machine interface is pulled off at a high school science fair. But the project is later undone by political pressure from the Defense Department, and the people involved are put on trial for some sort of espionage. For the next two decades, the team of 40 people is portrayed as a rogue bunch, operating in complete secrecy. And despite the government's attempts to shut them down, they're still able to keep working on their project. When this documentary was made, the Internet had just started to emerge and was still in its infancy. And so the government itself was unable to directly interfere with the Web's birth. Instead, they were forced to send agents and secretly monitor and monitor Web activity. This is the subject of this documentary. And the government's actions to shut down the experiment and expose the people involved are shown in full, along with some of their work at the time, which shows their efforts to keep it going, and how their lives and livelihoods were destroyed by it. And it's shown as a brutal attack on free speech. This film is both powerful and sad. It's a real-life account of how one project that was meant to show us the possibility of interacting with machines, ended up being turned against the people involved. But it's also a disturbing look at what happens when the government tries to be so political with what the public sees as their own. And it's a chilling look at how the government and corporations can become too powerful and how they can take control of the lives of the people they're supposed to be serving.

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The Village at the edge of the Everglades in Florida is home to the largest population of sloths in the world. It's also the home to a very large sloth colony. (They have a third, big population in the jungle.) The film focuses on the animals and their environment, which makes it a very educational film. They also include some of the wildlife and tell the story of the animals. I highly recommend this film.

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Jacob Fisher

I've watched this film several times and always find it interesting. The film starts off with a bunch of people going to a school to be taught about the world of computers. It's an interesting story and I liked it. The story goes on for a while and then we get to see some of the people who were in the computer program and how they got involved. They're all very interesting and I think it's a great way to get a look at what computer programming is all about. The film ends with a bunch of people who were involved in the program coming together to talk about the program. I liked that it was a little different and different from other films about programming. It's definitely not a documentary and it's not like any other programming films I've seen. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in programming or programming in general.

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Bobby B.

I went to the National Spelling Bee in 1982 and was completely unprepared for the amount of pomp and circumstance that took place. My own participation in the event was fairly minimal, but I learned a lot about the organization, the history, and how the competition was won. The sense of accomplishment that the National Spelling Bee brings is worth the price of admission alone. If you go to the National Spelling Bee with the expectation of seeing the school work of a top student, or the city of Chicago as the backdrop, you will be disappointed. This film is a real eye opener to many people. I had to google to find out who wrote the book on which the movie was based. This film is a must see for any true spelling bee fan. If you have not yet seen this film, then I would suggest that you check it out and learn a little about the competition that we all take for granted. I know that I am in the minority in that I saw the movie, but I am not alone in the decision to see it.

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Phillip S.

This is an excellent movie. I went to see it at the cinema and I am so glad I did. It is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I love how they have mixed the stories of all the people that were involved. This movie is so interesting and it's very entertaining. I recommend it to anyone that has ever had a dream, been in a relationship, or thought about themself. It is a very interesting movie and you will enjoy it. I recommend it to everyone. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.

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A very well made documentary about the terrible effects of World War II on many families, and on all the children of the world. In many cases the stories are so poignant and heart-wrenching that you just can't look away. You can see the grim outlines of what was happening to millions of people. These stories are not "cliches", and so the stories are unforgettable. I was moved and saddened to learn of all the lives that were destroyed by war. I would recommend this film to anyone who has a love of film and/or history. If you have a chance to see it, go for it!

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Russell Douglas

This film is about an education system that is dominated by a few people and that's why the majority of students have no choice but to attend the school. The system is run by a single teacher who is trying to save the school and the students from going to another school. I have seen many documentaries about education and I have to say this is one of the best ones. It's very well made and the director and editor did a great job. I have to say this is a documentary that should be seen by everyone. It has a very good message and it's very interesting to watch. I think it's a must see.

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If you are looking for a quick summary of a documentary, this is it. This is the most fun you can have watching a documentary. It's a lot of fun to see a documentary that you have never heard of, or never seen before. I am a huge fan of documentaries and this is a great one to watch.

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I have seen a lot of the other reviews of this film and they are all accurate. This film is one of the best films I have seen in a long time. It is very educational and it tells you how to do things correctly. The film is very entertaining and very educational. It also is very funny. The way they use the school's "Toys" and "Clothes" to make the students look like they are made of clay is very funny. It is a very good film to see with your family and friends. It is a must see for anyone that is looking for a good education.

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Patricia K.

I really love the movie. The movie is a perfect mix of reality and fantasy. It has a lot of drama, comedy, drama, and romance. It's not like any other documentary. It is not a comedy, it's not a drama, it's not a romance. It's all of these things. The actors in the movie are great. It is very hard to choose one actor to watch, because they are all great. The actors, and their performance, are the main reason I gave this movie a 10/10.