The Stonehenge megaliths site on UK’s Salisbury Plain is one of the world’s most famous and most enigmatic prehistoric monuments. Neolithic farmers erected dozens of huge standing stones here in the third millennium BC. Who were the men and women who erected such a monument? And why did they do it? These questions have long been the subject of speculation, yielding probable answers only recently. Thanks to the use of cutting-edge technologies, scientists are gradually lifting the veil on the identity of the amazing builders of Stonehenge and their world.
Screening time: 10:02-10:29 AM, Saturday, May 4, 2019
Length: 26 mins
Language: French and English with English subtitles
Director: Agnès Molia
Producer: ARTE FRANCE, TOURNEZ SVP