Planétarium de Montréal
Espace pour la vie
4801 Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue
Montréal (Québec) H1V 3V4
Schedule and tickets available on the Planétarium de Montréal website
An immersive cinema experience under a 360°
All audiences, 8 years +
Kentucky, a sleepless hen and star of social networks, finds out that animals fall asleep during total eclipses. With the help of her sidekick J.O.S., her robot personal assistant, she travels through space-time in search of the perfect eclipse, in the hope of finding sleep at last. On her journey, she discovers all that needs to happen before you can observe this unique phenomenon.
- A guided immersive experience under a 360° dome.
- An outing for the whole family that will spark discussions on eclipses and prepare for the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024 in Montréal (a first since 1932!).
- A Planétarium production, filmed in the Biosphère’s multimedia studio.
- Kentucky, a puppet created by Jako Lanterne Studio, will be present in the Planétarium lobby.
Language: In English or in French
Double bill running time: 60 minutes
Techniques: Animation and filmed puppets
Photos: Planétarium de Montréal
Executive Producer: Noé Sardet, Parafilms
A film by: Collectif Les Macronautes in cooperation with Après Minuit
Director, writer and art director: François Guinaudeau et Sébastien Samyn
Kentucky puppeteer: Lucile Prosper
Dancer and J.O.S. performer: Benjamin Herrero
Original music: Fabienne Lucet
Song and original voice: Bénédicte Bérubé
Kentucky puppet created by: Jako Lanterne Studio