The story of a woman who created a film that is both transparent and photonic.
The film, Celestia, was inspired by the idea of a hologram film that could replicate the movement of stars.
In the film, stars in the constellation Aquarius move from one star to another.
Celestias camera takes a snapshot of the movement, and the camera itself takes a photo of the stars.
“When I see the stars moving, I’m always thinking about the stars,” said Celesti.
“When you see a star move, it gives you an emotional response.
When I see that star moving, it makes you feel happy.
When you see that the stars move, that gives you a positive emotion.”
“In a world where we’re talking about a lot of technology, it’s important to get people to see that, when you see the sun, the moon, the planets moving, that’s beautiful,” said director Laura Cerny.
“People who don’t see it, they don’t understand it.”
Celeste’s documentary is set in the near future, when the universe has become transparent and the stars have moved from one place to another, as the solar system began to collide.
Cerny says that in a world without transparency, people see what is happening, but are afraid to look at it.
“People don’t really know what it is.
They don’t know if it’s something they want to know, or something they don