Sunshine 2007 M

3.30PM Sat 23 Mar 2019 (1hr 47mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Cancelled

SYNOPSIS

Screening from 35mm film print.

The sun is dying, and humankind is dying with it. The last hope is a spaceship and crew carrying a device that will breathe new life into the star. But deep into their voyage, out of radio contact with Earth, the crew's mission starts to unravel. “'There's a reason why many directors only make one science-fiction film. It's because you exhaust yourself... spiritually. …The interesting thing is that the more commercial sci-fi films, like Event Horizon or Alien, tend to go for Hell in space. But maybe it’s more ambitious to aim for Heaven...” Danny Boyle.

CREDITS

35MM, COLOUR, DOLBY DIGITAL, 107 MINUTES, UK/USA, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR: DANNY BOYLE / SCRIPT: ALEX GARLAND / CINEMATOGRAPHER: ALWIN H KUCHLER / EDITOR: CHRIS GILL / PRODUCTION DESIGNER: MARK TIDESLEY / ART DIRECTOR: GARY FREEMAN, STEPHEN MORAHAN, DENIS SCHNEGG, DAVID WARREN / MUSIC: JOHN MURPHY / PRINT SOURCE: NATIONAL FILM AND SOUND ARCHIVE, CANBERRA / RIGHTS: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX