First full-length release of Moonscape is now available

The full-length release of Moonscape is now available for free viewing and download.

The documentary includes all of Apollo 11's lunar landing and moonwalk footage: the 16mm color film, the restored TV broadcast and the Hasselblad photographs. All this material is fully synchronized with the radio communications and subtitled in English. Main titles and end credits have also been added.

This is a very important milestone for the project and comes after two years of on-again, off-again work. There's still plenty more to be done, but for the first time there's an overall framework of the documentary, divided into chapters, and every item is synchronized and positioned (although some tweaking is still pending). From now on, it's a matter of building on this foundation, by adding more images and audio (or better sources of existing material) and finding better editing solutions to show the material in the best possible way.

Thank you for being patient. I hope that this first iteration of Moonscape was worth the wait.


  1. Great to see! The subtitles makes it better to follow!
    Well done!


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