Todd Douglas Miller's awe-inspiring Apollo 11 documentary shows just how giant a leap for humankind the journey to the moon was in 1969.
In a superhuman feat of editing, the film cuts over 11,000 hours of recordings into a hair-raising 93 minutes that puts you in the front seat of America's first mission to the moon.
Filled with unseen clips and unheard voice recordings, it brings their voyage back to life, in breath-taking quality.
Whether you watched the original Apollo 11 mission 50 years ago or are curious to see it as if for the first time, this film has already smashed US box-office records and is essential viewing.
Screening as part of the Bloomsbury Festival - an annual celebration of the area’s pioneering creativity. Inspired by the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s lunar landing, the 2019 Festival theme is Small steps and giant leaps. The festival takes place in venues across Bloomsbury from 11-20 Oct.
PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO ADVERTS PLAYED BEFORE FILMS IN THE BERTHA DOCHOUSE SCREEN. ALL FEATURES WILL START PROMPTLY FOLLOWING A SELECTION OF TRAILERS.