Moving Bodies tells the story of Richard Feynman, one of the towering figures of 20th-century physics.

As a young man, Richard Feynman worked on the development of the atomic bomb under the Manhattan Project before winning the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965. His science lectures at the California Institute of Technology became the basis for a milestone series of books, The Feynman Lectures on Physics. And later in life, he played a pivotal role in the Rogers Commission, which investigated the 1986 Challenger shuttle disaster. But Feynman’s off-the-cuff style and quirky sense of humor were almost as legendary as his work. In Moving Bodies by Arthur Giron, we’ll hear about the many sides of Richard Feynman – the brilliant mathematician, bongo-playing eccentric, and doting husband and brother. Starring Alfred Molina as Richard Feynman.

Moving Bodies stars Alfred Molina as Richard Feynman, with Emily Bergl, Jessica Chastain, Jill Gascoine, Matt Gaydos, Harry Groener, Arye Gross, Kathryn Hahn, Mark Harelick, Katherine Leonard, Mary McGowan, Alec Medlock, Jenny O’Hara, Joe Spano, Raphael Sbarge, and John Vickery. Bongos played by Eric Sokol. Live piano by Adam Chevitz. Live sound effects by Tracy Pattin, Mark Holden, and Rosalind Ayres. Sound design, recording, editing, and mixing engineer: Mark Holden. Our director is Rosalind Ayres.

Listen to a featurette with Feynman’s friend and collaborator Ralph Leighton sharing his collection of personal recordings, now available as The Feynman Tapes.