For All Mankind
Location: Redstone Theater
Dir. Al Reinert. 1989, 80 mins. DCP. Ten years in the making, journalist-turned-filmmaker Al Reinert’s classic documentary tells the story of the 24 astronauts who traveled to the moon exclusively through the 16mm images they captured themselves, and accompanied by their own words and voices. Set to an indelible, ambient score by Brian Eno, this memorialization of the achievements of the NASA Apollo program eschews facts and statistics in favor of a poetic pastiche of first-hand impressions and nostalgic reflections presented in pure sound and image.
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