Catch Alexandra Lockwood ("Cecilia") and Crystal Dilworth ("Tajel") in episodes of "Ph.Detours":
Watch the Professor Smith Public Service Announcement!
**Update: Streaming includes English subtitles. Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Czech and Greek subtitles available when you choose the download option! More languages coming soon!
Thank you to everyone who's been watching the movie! Here are some great reviews and articles:
- Comics Alliance (AOL)
- The Times higher Education
- The New York Times
- Chemical and Engineering News
'I don't think I've laughed that hard in a long time! Great movie!!'
-Paige, U. Wisconsin
'I really enjoyed your movie because it helped me get my academic life back in perspective.'
-Kaitlyn, Michigan Tech U.
'The movie gave me so much comfort to know that I'm not the only one suffering!'
-Amanda, Queen's U.
'I just want to let you know that we had 1,535 students turn out. Thanks for the great movie!'
-Tim, U. Illinois
'Oh it's brilliant! Simply a marvel!'
-David, Tech. U. of Denmark
'The comic relief you bring makes life in lab bearable.'
-Haley, U. Cincinnati
'Watching the movie, I realized my feelings about my research are normal.'
-Sinikiwe, U. of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Welcome to the PHD Movie website!
The PHD Movie is the independently-produced live-action adaptation of the online comic strip Piled Higher and Deeper. Filmed on location at the California Institute of Technology, the movie follows four graduate students and their struggles with teaching, love and getting their research to work.
Find out more about the movie by watching the trailer above or the bonus videos below:
The Making Of The PHD Movie - 2 minute version
View the full 12-minute documentary by selecting the "Special Features" Add-on during the check out process.
The Music Of The PHD Movie
The soundtrack for the movie was recorded by bands and musicians from around Caltech and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. You can download all 22 tracks in mp3 format by selecting it as an Add-on during checkout.
The PHD Movie has screened in over 450 campuses and research centers worldwide. There might be some going on near you, check out the full list here.
Robin Ince Interviews Jorge Cham and Alexandra Lockwood
Check out this fun interview by Robin Ince (www.robinince.com) about making Science fun, art vs. science and how society views academia.
You can sample the movie's soundtrack below! Stream it in your office or lab and let everyone dance to the tune of procrastination.