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Killeen Daily Herald

Killeen Daily Herald

Determined to make learning as fun as going to a great movie, a stunt professional shared some of his tricks March 11 at Fowler Elementary School — tricks that turned out to be science.

Jack Canfield, author of the"Chicken Soup for the Soul" series, is a huge supporter of our book, "The Secret Science Behind Movie Stunts & Special Effects!" Order right now for a personally autographed copy by Steve Wolf, author and founder of Science in the Movies!

The Secrets Behind Movie Magic

The Secrets Behind Movie Magic

"Jumping off the roof of a building is the easiest job in the world,” said Steve Wolf, a special effects coordinator during his presentation at the Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) on August 10. “The stunt person gets all the money, gravity does all the work.”

Texas A&M Summit

Texas A&M Summit

Texas A&M University's fourth annual Teacher Summit featured keynote speaker Steve Wolf (right), special effects and stunt coordinator for Wolf Stunt Works. 2011.

Melons Bursting in Air

Melons Bursting in Air

AUSTIN, Texas—As the nation heads into the July Fourth weekend, many Americans are getting ready for fireworks. Out here on a sprawling piece of property called Stunt Ranch, Steve Wolf's "pyro school" has been blowing up watermelons.

Gear Up Students...

Gear Up Students...

Gear Up Students Get a Dose of Science at HESTEC

USDA Encourages Female Students...

USDA Encourages Female Students...

USDA Official Encourages Female Students to Pursue STEM Education and Careers During “Latina Day”

Tx Innovator

Tx Innovator

Voice of America

Voice of America

Article about Science in the Movies

Hollywood Stunts Inspire Children

Hollywood Stunts Inspire Children

Hollywood Stunts Inspire Children to Learn Science The explosions, car crashes and death-defying falls in Hollywood action movies look dangerous. But it's all illusion, created with a solid knowledge of scientific principles. Steve Wolf, a Hollywood stuntman and special effects expert, is passionate about sharing those principles with schoolchildren, to get them interested in science. VOA’s June Soh caught up with Wolf in action, and discovered he brings the excit

H2 Ancient Impossible Episode

H2 Ancient Impossible Episode

Steve's new series, "Ancient Impossible" starts June 29, 2014 on H2

Austin Maker Faire 2014

Austin Maker Faire 2014

Science in the Movies engages thousands of children with science concepts taught through movie stunts and special effects!

Time Warner Cable Award

Time Warner Cable Award

Steve Wolf's Science in the Movies show received the prestigious Time Warner Cable "STEM Presenter of the year" award.

TSTC educational event for kids

TSTC educational event for kids

Science in the Movies and Steve Wolf featured in an article in the Valley Star Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Steve Wolf on Good Morning America

Steve Wolf on Good Morning America

Steve Wolf talks about recreating the Hindenburg disaster and the tests performed to find out the cause of the world-famous disaster that has remained a mystery for almost a century.

Inspiring Young Scientists

Inspiring Young Scientists

Steve Wolf "Inspiring Young Scientists and Engineers" on KXAN

Hosting Curiosity Series: Hindenburg

Hosting Curiosity Series: Hindenburg

Steve Wolf co-hosts Discovery Channel's "What Destroyed the Hindenburg"

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The Secrets Behind Movie Magic

"Jumping off the roof of a building is the easiest job in the world,” said Steve Wolf, a special effects coordinator during his presentation at the Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) on August 10. “The stunt person gets all the money, gravity does all the work.”