CBC journalist tackles science in film

From mad scientists, to lunar landings, to outrageous weapons, science is gracing the big screen

From mad scientists, to lunar landings, to outrageous weapons, science is gracing the big screen.

But just what’s plausible, capable, or already happening?

Join one of Canada’s best-known science journalists on Nov. 22 when the host of CBC’s Quirks & Quarks, Bob McDonald takes the stage at The Vic Theatre for a fun and fascinating exploration of the mad, the bad, and the good science as portrayed on the silver screen.  Tickets are $35.

Bob McDonald is currently the host of CBC’s award-winning science program Quirks & Quarks. He is also the author of numerous bestselling books, and holds eight honorary doctorates from Canadian universities.

Tickets and event information are available at TheVic.ca, or at the VFF head office, 1215 Blanshard Street, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

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