Apollo 11 (2019, USA, Todd Douglas Miller, 1hr 33 min, U)is a fascinatingdocumentary that retells the events of the historic space mission. Released earlier this year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the film is told in the present tense throughout omitting the use of narrators to interpret the events on screen. Featuring previously unseen archival footage and previously unheard audio recordings that Miller has painstakingly assembled from 11,000 hours of tape from NASA, the film concentrates on the reality of travelling to the Moon. This serves as a great companion piece to First Man that was screened earlier this year with the astounding clarity and density of the visuals sure to look magnificent on the big Performance Hall screen.View the Trailer herePlease Note: This film is in the Performance Hall at 7.45pm - there is another film on the same night at 7.30pm in Studio 609. You cannot watch both screenings.
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