"Whiz Kids"

Friday, June 04, 2010

The documentary “Whiz Kids” tells the coming of age story of three 17-year old scientists who vie to compete the country’s oldest and most distinguished science competition.

We’ll be joined by the film's director Jane C. Wagner, and two of the students profiled, Ana Cisneros and Harmain Khan.


"Whiz Kids" opens today, June 4th, at Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, New York)


Ana Cisneros, Harmain Khan and Jane C. Wagner
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Comments [1]

Tali Philipson from Port Washington, NY

My local school district, Port Washington, often has finalists in this competition.

I am always so impressed by these young adults.

I wish them a lot of luck in their future careers as scientists.

Jun. 04 2010 12:52 PM

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