Feature-length documentary about the men on the ground during NASA's Apollo era...

At the heart of the Apollo program was the special team in Mission Control. This new feature documentary film tells their stories, describing the rural homesteads and smokestack towns they came from, and the remarkable team they became. It covers the early days of NASA and the epic Apollo missions to the Moon.

The film consists of interviews with those who worked in Mission Control and the astronauts they supported. These are enhanced by stunning VFX, an original orchestral score, and NASA and other archive.

Directed by David Fairhead
Produced by
Keith Haviland and Gareth Dodds
Edited by David Fairhead
Year 2016
Length 96'
Premiered at Space Fest