Filmfest 2016

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Why does the apple fall from the tree? Sorcerer’s apprentice Limbradur wants to know the answer to this and all the other secrets and rules of the universe. So he sneaks into the Albert Einstein Museum one night, where he meets clever, funny science robot ALBY X3. ALBY takes Limbradur on a magical voyage of discovery through space and time. In the footsteps of Albert Einstein, they explore the laws of gravity and become best of friends. Produced in the amazing new 360° Fulldome format!

This world premiere will take place at the Planetarium of the Deutsches Museum exclusively. The first screening will take place at the Deutsches Museum on June 24, 6:30 PM. Tickets and schedule for all other screenings via the Deutsches Museum only. Reservations for school classes at

tags: Adventure, Animation, History, Journey


Screenplay: Peter Popp

Director of Photography: Lorenz Müller

Film Editor: Uwe Lukatsch

Composer: Daniel Requardt

Production Designer: Chris Dreher

Producer: Peter Popp

Production Company: Softmachine Immersive Productions

Co-Producer: Gottfried Fischer, Friedrich Geise, Josef Reidinger, Antonio Exacoustos, Naoki Narisawa, Kaori Sugawara, Akinori Shimoi, SC Park, Alexandra Kapusta

Co-Production Company: ARRI Media, Konica Minolta, Metaspace

World Sales: Reef GmbH

Distributor: Reef GmbH

Director: Peter Popp


Peter Popp was born in Regensburg 1965. He studied economics and earned his doctorate in political science before working as writer, director and producer for over 20 years. He has specialized in producing 360° films since 2004 and is a pioneer in narrative Fulldome films like LIFE OF TREES (2012) and GRAVITATION (2013/2014). He has won numerous international awards.