Hollywood physics

2070-HFYS
Show that was performed at Researchers’ Night Stockholm for schools and the public where short clips from Hollywood films are shown and then the physics behind the films are discussed with the audience.

Hollywood physics is a variation of a physics show that is based on identifying and explaining mistakes in Hollywood films in physics terms. Clips from different feature films are shown and the public has to guess what episodes in the film do not make sense in reality.

Target group: Broad, flexible. Appeals to a younger audience.

Preparations: Find someone who can organise the show, decide on a place and time, market the show.

Challenges: Finding someone who can organise the show, and marketing it.

Benefits: The theme is interesting to a broad target group.


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