4 months ago
Brontosaurus, a non-profit in the Himalayas has launched a campaign to bring regular science teaching to a small village in Little Tibet. The film follows a young boy who was forbidden by his mother to make scientific experiments in the kitchen. A Czech physics textbook left by volunteers in the village caused chaos, leading to the lack of science. The secrets of 'Physics' engulfed all the children, with mother's not knowing how to calm them down. So, who can save them?
'Czech Science to Little Tibet' is a project from the non-profit Brontosaurus in the Himalayas, which aims to initiate regular teaching at a primary school in the village of Mulbekh in Little Tibet. A new school building with classes specialising in physics, chemistry, biology and information technology will be completed in summer 2020. Only schools in Little Tibet, a five hour drive away, have a similar school lab.
Science enthusiasts can support the start of new teaching by going to teach children any scientific discipline for 14 days at the beginning of August 2020, thereby 'employing a naughty Dorjey, and his mom won't go crazy'. Everybody can help - be it enthusiastic students, renowned academics or a family whose children like to program robots. Educators can go for one and a half months to train local teachers in how to use their laboratory's new equipment. Another option is to donate to laboratory equipment or donate your old microscope.
Director: Marek Partyš
DoP: David Hofmann
Prod: Jirka Ptáček, Bistro Films
Prod. Designer: Aleš Něnička, Jiří Ďulík
Colorist: Ondra Štibingr, UPP
Ac: Filip Dalibor Kettner
Editor: Marek Partyš
Agency: McCann Prague, Jan Benda, Marty Novák
Post: Universal Production Partners a.s. (UPP)
Post, Sound, Beep studio: Michal Vaněk, Lukáš Moudrý
Cam. Rental: Panavision, BIOFILMS RENTAL
UK Representation: Blink Productions