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As a cheap, clean, and virtually limitless source for humankind, fusion energy has been a dream of scientists for a century. Alas, as this fascinating documentary reveals, the quest to engineer an earthbound equivalent to a power generator like our sun has been arduous and expensive. The co-founder of the Montreal documentary team EyeSteelFilm, Mila Aung-Thwin and his co-director and cinematographer Van Royko spent several years following the development of ITER, a multi-nation, multi-billion-dollar project in France that seeks to unlock the mysteries of fusion. But it remains to be seen whether the quest is endangered more by the stubborn ways of neutrons and protons, or more familiar woes like bureaucratic inertia and budget overruns.
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Part of: 2018 Kingston Canadian Film Festival
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