A young Carl Sagan comes to vivid life in “Star Stuff,” a short film by Croatian film director Ratimir Rakuljic. It offers a moving re-enactment of how a young boy from Brooklyn with an insatiable appetite for wonder and science grew up to become a beloved iconic figure in science communication and outreach.
Face paint and stop-motion are combined to beautiful effect in Ruby, a fantastically imaginative portrayal of life, death and rebirth.
Barcelona-based artist Sergio Albiac puts a stunning spin on Carl Sagan's iconic description of humanity's cosmic origins with his latest project, Stardust Portraits. Now's your chance to see your face drawn with galaxies,reimagined in a celestial form. And best of all, it's totally free.
For eighteen episodes during 1980, kids in Philadelphia were given a weekly glimpse into "the future" thanks to a show called Starstuff. Click through to catch up with computers that could see through time and worryingly cheap space colonies.