The secrets of gravity
Director: Peter Popp
Length: 45 minutes
Rating: Suitable for all audiences
Language: Spanish, Valencian, English and French. Due to the updating of the sound system in the Hemisfèric, from March 4th to April 7th, the films will be screened with Spanish sound, without the possibility of choosing another language.
The Fulldome Animation Movie “The Secrets of Gravity” takes you on the journey of two friends through space and time to retrace the steps of Albert Einstein. Why do things always fall down? How does gravity structure the solar system and the universe on a larger scale? How do matter and energy interact with space and time?
These and many other questions will find their answer in this film starring Limbradur, a young magician's apprentice who dreams of becoming an astronaut, and Alby, a small but intelligent robot programmed to store and share knowledge.
Fly directly to the Moon, beyond the International Space Station, and visit the farthest corners of our galaxy while experiencing the marvels of space and time on an educational adventure filled with breathtaking images.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.” Albert Einstein