Director, Peter Galison
Thursday, July 7, 2022
Film starts at dusk approximately at 9:20 p.m.
Valley Court Park, East Lansing
Advanced registration recommended
How do you photograph a hole in the universe? Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know tells the story of a paradox at the heart of black holes: When something falls inside, is it truly lost forever? A tight-knit group of physicists, secluded in the English countryside, search for the answer. Meanwhile, a global network of scientists builds a telescope, literally the size of Earth, to achieve something more straightforward but equally profound: taking a photo of a black hole for the first time.
This film is part of the series Field of View: An Art x Science Film Series.
Presented by the MSU Museum, MSU Science Gallery, and the City of East Lansing, Field of View: An Art x Science Films Series features a collection of eight thought-provoking documentaries exploring humankind’s understanding of the world. From the Sundance Film Festival to the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival, these captivating films have been entertaining audiences across North America. Join us for engaging and exciting evenings under the stars at Valley Court Park!
This film series is supported by MSU Federal Credit Union, City of East Lansing, East Lansing Downtown Development Authority, and the East Lansing Downtown Management Board.