Online Screening

Nov 11 - Nov 19

WORLD PREMIERE |  What do humans need to be happy, healthy, and sane? A crew of six non-astronauts from all over the world, chosen for their ability to survive isolation, embark on a one-year mission in the Mars simulation station in Hawai’i in order to provide much-needed research for the future of space exploration. Survive, experiment, exercise, collect data, shoot, file surveys… repeat. How does their mood and mental health change over time in this prescient exploration of self-imposed quarantine?

Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Producer/Director/Editor Katherine Gorringe, immediately following the film.

Director: Lauren DeFilippo, Katherine Gorringe
Executive Producer: Greg Boustead, Jessica Harrop, Jim Butterworth, Daniel J. Chalfen, Caroline Smith, Suzanne Kolb, Miriam Mintz
Producer: Lauren DeFilippo, Katherine Gorringe
Writer: Katherine Gorringe
Cinematographer: David Alvarado, Tristan Bassingthwaighte, Sheyna Gifford, Christiane Heinicke, Carmel Johnston, Andrzej Stewart, Cyprien Verseux
Editor: Katherine Gorringe
Music: William Ryan Fritch
Language: English, German, French
Country: USA
Year: 2020
Publicist: Susan Norget
Sales Agent: Endeavor Content

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Nov 11 - Nov 19

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Online Screening


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