Planet Power 3D
Directors: Pascal Vuong and Ronan Chapalain
Length: 41 minutes
Rating: Rated 'G' for General Audiences
Languages: Spanish, Valencian, English, and French.
Planet Power 3D tells the story of electricity and its role in modern life, from Benjamin Franklin's kite to the Solar Impulse – the first manned solar-powered aircraft. The film takes us on a journey through the work of pioneering scientists and inventors like Faraday, Volta, Franklin, Edison, and Tesla – work that started 200 years ago, driven by innovation.
Electricity is the energy of the future, provided it is produced in a clean and sustainable way. Through a combination of traditional animation, computer-generated imagery, and spectacular aerial shots, this film shows how renewable energies can help us to fight climate change while improving our quality of life and protecting the environment.