"Science. Art. Film." screening & discussion of "Interstellar"

Presented by ANU College of Science


Presented by ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences

Matthew McConaughey leads as Cooper in this Christopher Nolan science fiction epic, starring alongside Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Bill Irwin, Ellen Burstyn, Michael Caine, and Matt Damon. In the wake of ecological collapse, Cooper must pilot a team in search of a suitable alternate planet if the species, and his children, are to survive. While Nolan once more delivers a compelling story illuminated by gripping performances from his ensemble cast, it is the Oscar and BAFTA-winning visual effects that make Interstellar a truly memorable film.  
Interstellar paints a fascinating speculative picture of agricultural and technological futures. Join us after the movie for an insightful panel discussion exploring the significance and possibilities of the techno-imaginaries shown in the film and their implications for our society.

This event is part of the "Science. Art. Film." series. Screening monthly for free at Arc Cinema, "Science. Art. Film." is a series that uncovers wacky, weird and wonderful facets of science and art in films. Films are screened in discussion with artists and Australian National University (ANU) scholars from different disciplines. 

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McCoy Cct, Acton ACT 2601, Australia