West Side Cinema - Moonwalk One: The Directors Cut (E)

8 Sep 2018 7:15pm

Stromness Town Hall
West Side Cinema - Moonwalk One: The Directors Cut (E)

Visit the West Side Cinema in Stromness to see films from around the world.

West Side Cinema welcomes visitors to Stromness Town Hall to enjoy showings by candlelight. Viewers can enjoy a wide variety of films from around the world in a relaxed and friendly setting. Bring your own refreshments

SAT 8TH SEPT - MOONWALK ONE: THE DIRECTORS CUT (E)

Doors open 7:15 for a 7:45 start
£5 / £3 student and Young Scot card

Part of Orkney International Science Festival
IN CONVERSATION with Christopher Riley - Producer of the 2009 Directors Cut.

Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i45T1Ps7tQc

Moonwalk One was commissioned by NASA to cover their historic Apollo 11 Moon shot in July 1969. The director, Theo Kamecke, had a vision for the film - to create something that would mark the historic, philosophical and epic nature of this greatest of endeavours upon which mankind was about to embark. With an original score by Charles Morrow and a commanding narration by Laurence Luckinbill, Theo’s Apollo doc has been described as perhaps the most significant time capsule record of Apollo 11 ever made.

However, for the next few decades Moonwalk One was practically forgotten. Working closely with Theo, Moonwalk One was re-mastered – combining a unique 35mm director’s cut with the newly transferred 16mm NASA flight film media, to create a new HD digital master of the movie.

Producer Christopher Riley will introduce the film and share his thoughts of working closely with Director Theo Kamecke to create Moonwalk One: The Directors Cut.

Christopher Riley is a film producer, director and writer specialising in science, engineering and history. His work has been celebrated by BAFTA, the US Television Academy, the Royal Television Society, the Sundance Institute and the Grierson Trust. He is a regular contributor to The Guardian newspaper and presents science documentaries for BBC Radio 4.