Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Short film: Inspirational



An spectacular short commissioned by the European Space Agency to mark the Rosetta Probe's meeting with comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.


I have to admit that I'm a bit bummed out. The trailer for this piece had me thinking that it was for a full-length far future nano-tech drama. Still, it's the most awesome short done by a space agency since NASA's 2012 "7 Minutes of Terror"



Also, very much looking forward to Interstellar. There are early 35mm film screenings in one of Portland's artsy, old-school 1920s theaters. Yeah, I'll most definitely be there for one of them.

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