Monthly Movie

On the third Sunday interesting science films are screened. A wide range of scientific topics are covered. Duration is about one hour. Entry is Free.


Title : "How the Universe Works : Big Bang"
Date : 16.09.2018
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Abstract : How The Universe Works shows you how the cosmos is designed, built and how it actually works. Form the beginning of time, stars, galaxies, planets, solar systems and more have been working individually and together to produce all that is and all that we see. See as never before the inner workings of our world, and explore black holes, supernovas, neutron stars, dark energy and all the titanic forces that make us who we are. With a dynamic cast of expers and a new generation of CGI, How the Universe Works looks under the celestial hood to reveal the inner workings of outer space: the story of how it’s made and how it runs.


Title : "51 Degrees North"
Date : 17.06.2018
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : "Wonders of Life : Endless Forms Most Beautiful"
Date : 20.05.2018
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : "Wonders of Life : Expanding Universe"
Date : 15.04.2018
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free
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Title : "Life and Death of a Star"
Date : 18.02.2018
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free

Abstract : The birth of a star is a spectacular event, as gravity brings together massive molecular clouds over millions of years to create these enormous galactic furnaces. THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A STAR compresses the events of billions of years into minutes, using computer imagery to show the lifespan of these massive, heavenly fireballs as they expand, contract and finally burn out, often in stunning supernova explosions.


Title : "Wonders of Life : What is Life" presented by Prof. Brian Cox
Date : 16.09.2017
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : "Wonders of Life : Expanding Universe"
Date : 15.10.2017
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : "Wonders of Life : Endless Forms Most Beautiful"
Date : 19.11.2017
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : "Wonders of Life : Size Matters"
Date : 17.12.2017
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : "Wonders of Life : Home"
Date : 28.01.2018
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free

Abstract :

In another acclaimed Wonders series, Prof. Brian Cox turns his knowledge and enthusiasm to explore the fundamental principles that enabled life to begin and thrive on Earth.

In this beautiful and definitive series Prof. Cox tells the 3.7 billion year story of how a few basic ingredients gave birth to the complex and unique phenomenon we call life. Revealing how everything in the universe, from the smallest microbe to the largest cluster of galaxies, is constructed from the same fundamental building blocks and is subject to the same laws of nature.

Wonders of Life tells the story of the amazing diversity and adaptability of life through the processes that govern it. Visiting spectacular locations including the flooded Taal Volcano on the Philippine island of Luzon, the Australian outback and the Borneo rainforests, it uncovers the secrets of life in the most unexpected locations and poses the question: could the conditions for life be repeated elsewhere in the universe?


On the third Sunday interesting science films are screened in the basement area. This is a very popular program, with over 100 visitors. Broad topics include ecology, geology, space science, astronomy and astrophysics, and biology. Several popular series such as Carl Sagan's 'Cosmos', Jacob Bronowski's 'Ascent of Man' and documentaries by Sir David Attenborough that appeal to the young and the old alike have been screened.

Duration : About one hour

All are welcome.

Title : Wild Weather : Wind
Date : 16.04.2017
Time : 6:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : Wild Weather : Cold
Date : 21.05.2017
Time : 6:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : Wild Weather : Wet
Date : 18.06.2017
Time : 5:00 pm
Entry : Free


Title : Wild Weather : Heat
Date: 16.07.2017
Time: 5:00 pm
Entry: Free

A thrilling trip with the most exciting forces of our wild and turbulent world.


Abstract :

Intrepid journalist and adventurer Donal Maclntyre takes us on an epic journey to experience the world’s wildest weather. From the fastest winds to the hottest desert, from the Arctic ice sheets to the biggest rain machine on the planet.

Blasted, roasted, soaked and frozen, Maclntyre pits his wits against the last truly wild force on Earth. State of the art 3D animations also take you right into the previously unseen heart of Wild Weather.