Friday, April 5 | 5:30 pm
Saturday, April 6 | 5:30 pm
Sunday, April 7 | 2 pm
**Thursday, April 11 | 5:30 pm (new showtime)
Among the absolute highlights of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and one of this year’s biggest documentary hits, Apollo 11 began its development in 2016 when British archivist Stephen Slater approached director Todd Douglas Miller with synchronized 16mm footage from Mission Control. Starting with this material, and eschewing the use of on-camera interviews, Miller constructed the remarkable, direct-cinema Apollo 11 entirely out of archival footage, including 70mm content never released to the public. What results is a film whose impact is truly “mind-boggling,” reviving the mystery, wonder, and exhilaration of the moon landing fifty years after the history-changing mission.
Director Todd Douglas Miller | 2019 | In English | 93 minutes | G | DCP