Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival

Citizen Nobel

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FRIDAY, APRIL 23 | 7:00 PM (PDT)



This film is geo-blocked for U.S. audiences only. Limited ticket availability.

When Jacques Dubochet receives the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2017, he becomes world famous and his life changes overnight. Film director Stéphane Goël follows the Swiss biophysicist as he attends scientific events and book fairs, appears frequently on television, is recognized on the street and teenagers ask for selfies with him. Then suddenly, a speech by Greta Thunberg turns everything upside down. What are the consequences and responsibilities of fame for a science researcher and human being?

Q&A immediately following screening with Director Stéphane Goël and Nobel Prize Winning Scientist Jacques Dubochet.

Moderated by KCET CINEMA SERIES host and Deadline chief film critic Pete Hammond.