The Wonder Collaborative’s first two feature-length documentary films — HUMAN NATURE and PICTURE A SCIENTIST — have been broadcast and streamed around the globe, reaching the scientific and educational communities, as well as the general public. We continue to create short and long-form film content that experiments in how we tell stories about science. Our work includes research to measure and evaluate films’ impact and a robust network for enabling the content to reach broad audiences. We also work closely with the educational arm of the Science Communication Lab in the production and distribution of our films.
The strength of the Wonder Collaborative’s approach comes from many of the organizing principles of the Science Communication Lab — including focusing on equity and inclusion, amplifying the voices of scientists, demystifying the process of science, and using evidence-based experimentation and evaluation. We embrace nuance and complexity to tell impactful stories.