"Apollo 11" by Todd Miller (VOS) (Cinema)
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NASA's trunk opens to provide unpublished material about the "Apollo 11" mission, which would take man to the Moon for the first time. The cameras located in Cape Canaveral capture the most important moments of the launch of the ship. Together with the scenes filmed inside the space rocket, both perspectives offer an intimate view of the sensations that astronauts experienced during their mission. (FILMAFFINITY)
Original title: Apollo 11
Duration: 90 min.
Country: United States
Address: Todd Miller
Music: Matt Morton
Producer: CNN Films / Statement Pictures. Distributed by Neon
Genre: Documentary | Space adventure
2019: Sundance Festival: Special Jury Prize - Documentary