Telluride Film Festival Presents "For All Mankind" At The Palm
[click “Play” to hear Erika Gordon speak about “For All Mankind”]
Brian Eno’s evocative score captures the sense of peace the astronauts said they felt while floating through space. The spiritual quality of “For All Mankind” is as affecting as its stunning visuals.
“A thoughtfully beautiful look at America’s Apollo missionaries…the film manages to capture the buoyant spirits and pride that were in the air – just about enough to lift the rocket from its pad,” raved The Washington Post.
To learn more about about why the Telluride Film Festival selected “For All Mankind,” and moments to watch for, click the “play” button and listen to outreach/education liaison Erika Gordon’s podcast.
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