The Moon Landing as you’ve never seen it before… Apollo 11, a documentary made by Todd Douglas Miller is out in France from September 4 to 8, 2019 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the eponymous mission. A movie about the boldest space mission of its time and the first step on the moon by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin (Michael Collins stayed in the rocket to catch the pod and get back to Earth).
An exclusive documentary since archive pictures shot by the NASA are unveiled for the very first time. Pictures that are part of a series of 117 tapes, kept in a 24.8°F refrigerated space at the National Archives at College Park. Note that the movie has been unveiled for the first time at the Sundance Film Festival this past January 2019 before being released worldwide.
Based on exclusive 70mm pictures recently discovered and over 11,000 hours of audio footage, APOLLO 11 takes you to the heart of the famous mission of the NASA and the Moon Landing. This movie is an immersive journey alongside the astronauts and the ground control of the mission to experience up-close the unforgettable days of 1969 of which we celebrate the 50th anniversary this year.
From 4 September 2019 to 8 September 2019