Greg Foot
Friday 20 July 2018 to Sunday 22 July 2018

From deep sea diving to exploring the narratives of scientific storytelling, we're pleased to support the Festival of Curiosity again this year.

Fri 20 July 2018

Future/Story Conference

A one-day boutique conference for documentary makers, media producers, and researchers in science and technology.

Interested or already working in documentary, radio, TV, filmmaking, animation, theatre, digital media, science communication or factual storytelling? 

From getting an initial idea funded to Oscar & Emmy nominations you will meet funders, commissioning editors and broadcasters while also meeting the producers and directors behind the scenes to explore how stories are crafted across multiple creative mediums. 

Speakers include Oscar Nominated Jim Capobianco (Ratatouille, Leonardo, The Lion King, Mary Poppins Returns, The Inventor), Emmy nominated Helen Matsos (producer of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk Radio), meet the team at Theatre-Rites (Animating the Brain theatre residency at Great Ormond Street Hospital), along with National Geographic Explorers M Jackson (Arctic & Climate Change), and TH Culhane (Solar Cities). 

For booking information, visit the Festival of Curiosity website.


Sat/Sun 21-22 July 2018

Deep Ocean Lab with Greg Foot. What happens as you dive further and further into the deep dark ocean?

Join YouTuber & Blue Peter Science Guy, Greg Foot, for the story of his scientific adventure to the deep.

With experiments and stunning videos, Greg will show you the high-tech submersibles that took him down a crazy 1000ft into the Twilight Zone. He’ll explain the importance of our oceans, and – thanks to Greg’s work with the Blue Planet II team – uncover the effect we’re having on them.  You’ll also get the chance to meet a creature from the deep!

This event is part of the 'Family Explorer Series' at The Festival of Curiosity, exploring real-life explorers from the Stars to the Sea and from the Zoo to your Garden.

For full event info and ticket details, see the Festival of Curiosity website.