Sunshine 2007 M
3.30PM Sat 23 Mar 2019 (1hr 47mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Cancelled
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.
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