Get updates with the subjects of Kartemquin's Mapping Stem Cell Reseach: Terra Incognita interviewed on Chicago Public Radio's Eight-forty-eight today (or listen online after tomorrow). This is the second time the film has been featured on the show; listen to the original interview with Director Maria Finitzo and Executive Producer Gordon Quinn.
Head over to the Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts, for a 6:30pm screening and panel discussion tonight of Terra Incognita, part of the public seminar and film series titled “Stem Cells in the City,” designed to engage the public in conversations around the ethics, politics, and biology of stem cell research.
Check out some of the Milking the Rhino post-broadcast buzz by listening to this New Hampshire Public Radio interview with Co-producer and idea originator Jeannie Magill.
Then head over to the Chicago Tribune website to read this Peabody Award shout out to Terra Incognita and Director Maria Finitzo.
Kartemquin is thrilled to announce that two recent docs have been selected to screen at this year's prestigious Council on Foundations Film Festival. In the Family will be screening May 3rd, and Mapping Stem Cell Research: Terra Incognita will be screening on the 4th. Get the details and see the other selected films.
A recent screening of Terra Incognita kicked off the two-day, tenth anniversary celebration of the discovery of stem cells at UW Madison. An enthusiastic crowd watched the film and participated in a discussion following in the beautiful overture center theatre. Thanks to the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters for hosting. Maria Finitzo and Justine Nagan attended on behalf of the film.
Kartemquin is excited to announce that Mapping Stem Cell Research: Terra Incognita recently took home two prizes at the Coruna Science Film Festival in Galicia, Spain. The film tied for second place in the feature category and was awarded 1,500 Euros. Additionally, the film received a "Youth Award," the highest honor given by the youth jury, and a 1,000 Euro prize.