Interstellar

Interstellar

Christopher Nolan directed and wrote (with his brother Jonathan) this epic, time- and universe-spanning adventure, developed with theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, about a team of astronauts’ desperate attempt to find a new home for mankind as environmental crises doom the Earth

Introduction by Mikhail Solon, Assistant Professor, David S. Saxon Presidential Term Chair in Physics at UCLA

Christopher Nolan directed and wrote (with his brother Jonathan) this epic, time- and universe-spanning adventure, developed with theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, about a team of astronauts’ desperate attempt to find a new home for mankind as environmental crises doom the Earth. Filmed in a mixture of 35mm and 70mm, the film received five nominations and won an Oscar for Visual Effects.

DIRECTOR: Christopher Nolan. WRITTEN BY: Jonathan Nolan, Christopher Nolan. CAST: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine. 2014. 169 min. USA. Color. Scope. English. 70mm. Print courtesy of the Academy Film Archive.

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