Life Behind the Stars

Not only starstuff

Producer: 291 Science Films

Synopsis: A journey through some of the best research centers in the world looking for that amazing link between life and most energetic phenomena in the Universe. The death of distant stars floods the space with small particles. They have the ability not only to change life on our planet but also to create the basic blocks for life in the cold and dark interstellar medium.

State: In distribution.

Style: Science documentary for TV

Written and Directed: Daniel Vega

Official selection of Raw Science Film Festival, Los Angeles, USA. 2016.  http://www.rawscience.tv/

Official selection of Science Film Festival, Goethe Institute, Germany. Several locations in the world. http://www.goethe.de/ins/th/prj/wif/enindex.htm

Official selection of International Science Film Festival, ISFFA. Athens. https://www.caid.center/

 

 

Teaser in English

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Interview in RNE (spanish) – A hombros de gigantes

Using a big crane in the National Institute of Aerospace Technology to set illumination of the landscape.

Coihueco fluorescence detector in Malargüe, Argentina. This is one of the 4 buildings that detect fluorescence light in the atmosphere caused by cosmic rays.

Staff working in different experiments with CLOUD at CERN

Checking the script Inside the anechoic chamber with the production team at the National Institute of Aerospace Technology.

Inside Los Leones fluorescence detector in Malargüe, Argentina. These big mirrors reflect the light focusing in the high sensitivity photomultipliers.

Coihueco fluorescence detector in Malargüe, Argentina. This is one of the 4 buildings that detect fluorescence light in the atmosphere caused by cosmic rays.