In the south of France, scientists from 35 countries are working on the largest science experiment the world has ever seen. If successful, the nuclear fusion reactor ITER will serve as an artificial sun, providing the world with clean and cheap energy. There are a lot of obstacles on the way, however, and no one knows if the project will be able to save the planet from climate crisis or become the largest political and scientific blunder ever made? LET THERE BE LIGHT is a captivating film about a utopian vision that may become reality.
Mila Aung-Thwin, Van Royko
Mila Aung-Thwin (Canada) Filmography: CHAIRMAN GEORGE (2005), BONE (2005), INUUVUNGA: I AM INUK, I AM ALIVE (2004), MUSIC FOR A BLUE TRAIN (2003)