APOLLO 11 /
When Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins just began dreaming about the moon landing, NASA had already cleaned the camera lenses, blown into the microphone, and said: “testing, testing, 1, 2”. From the drawing board to Man’s first step on the moon to the return to Earth, the historic voyage of Apollo 11 was documented in tens of thousands of hours of footage, video, and audio. These materials spent 50 years in the darkness of the archives, until director Todd Douglas Miller pulled them out and extracted the moments we have never seen. Miller pieced together footage shot by the astronauts, who documented every second of their incredible experience. The footage was digitized and remastered into an astonishingly beautiful sequence.