Grimm Up North & Manchester Science Festival present:
INTERSTELLAR + Talk from Carole Mundell & Paul Franklin
How did Christopher Nolans spectacular 2014 science fiction film Interstellar present such accurate images of space? Go on a journey with the films Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor Paul Franklin, as he reveals how his pioneering team used real scientific data and worked with real scientists. Plus watch the film itself and hear about space time and black holes with extra galactic astronomist Carole Mundell.
Tickets £8. Doors 6.30pm Event 7pm-11pm
Two talks and 1 discussion before the film, film running time 2hr49mins.
Space epic 'Interstellar' takes place on a troubled Earth, where dwindling food supplies are forcing humankind to consider the possibilities available to them beyond Earth's boundaries.
As humanity faces the prospect of imminent starvation, a loving father of two (Matthew McConaughey) is convinced to take part in an interstellar mission along with a team of intrepid explorers, all hoping to find solutions to the crisis beyond the solar system.
'Interstellar' is directed by Christopher Nolan and also features Michael Caine. Caine and Nolan have previously collaborated on projects including the Dark Knight Trilogy and 'Inception'.
The stunning 'Interstellar' took home the 2015 OSCAR for Best Visual Effects.
'Interstellar' took home the BAFTA win for Best Visual Effects at the 2015 BAFTA award ceremony.