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Films remixing NASA-captured imagery collected throughout the agency's 50-year history were judged on creativity, innovation and attention to detail - the same hallmarks of spaceflight. Sponsored by NASA and Houston Cinema Arts Society.
Riley, a graphic designer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, discovers an alien species while browsing photos from the Curiosity rover.
Cosmic Perspective
Cosmic Perspective follows the journey of how space photography has changed our understanding of the universe as a two-dimensional, then three-dimensional, and ultimately a four-dimensional place. It combines spectacular images with Terry Virts’ profound narration.
For Humanity
A short, collage-style film that slingshots us on a journey back to our childhood aspirations to explore space.
Opportunity, a NASA rover on Mars, must find a way to survive as a life-threatening dust storm approaches.
Not Our Thing
From the viewpoint of an engineering student from a rural village in Indonesia, we can see how the ISS has empowered the children of his village to dream of something that is out of this world.
20 years of experiments on the ISS in a microgravity environment with cutting-edge technology and the sharpest minds in the world has dramatically improved our lives on Earth.
My Name is Juno, Hello Jupiter
Welcome to a brand new travel diary entry for a mighty solar powered spacecraft and follow the NASA Juno on its mission from Earth to falling into orbit around Jupiter, imagined as a one-way conversation in song. A robot love story of sorts, this is a lyric music video from musical artist and video producer Claudia Robin Gunn of Little Wild Music in New Zealand.(Lyrics shown on screen.)
Kalpana Chawla-The Bright Star in the Sky
This is the story of Kalpana Chawla who was an American astronaut, engineer and the first woman of Indian origin to go to space. We follow her journey from a small town in India to becoming an astronaut in space. Parallel to her story is the story of NASA’s many milestones from the 60s to the present day.
This Other World
Astronauts are no strangers to quarantine and isolation. They are subject to confinement and intense training procedures to protect and prepare them for lengthy missions into space.
Space: A Skate Odyssey
Longing for freedom from her everyday life, the stifled housewife (Amy Lehpamer) of a NASA controller (Ed Lemke-Hogan) realizes that the best way to escape Earth isn’t on a stupid rocket, it’s on a sick deck. Working in secret, she meets with the nation’s finest skate dogs to develop a fool-proof plan. The Saturn V Launchpad is the perfect structure on which to build the biggest vert ramp the world has ever seen. One small step for man, one fat air for this skate doggy.
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Feel free to watch the films in their play-order as an anthology, or select a particular short, on the right, to watch out of sequence.

Films remixing NASA-captured imagery collected throughout the agency’s 50-year history were judged on creativity, innovation and attention to detail – the same hallmarks of spaceflight. 

The short film finalists of the sixth annual CineSpace competition, a collaborative project of the Houston Cinema Arts Society (HCAS) and NASA, will be screened, including the three top winners selected by filmmaker Richard Linklater.

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    63 minutes
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    United States, Canada, Australia, Taiwan
  • Director
    Ryan Larkin; Terry Virts, Jannicke Mikkelsen; Spencer Olson; Braelynn Simpson; Rio Ananta Perangin-Angin; Eric Harris; Claudia Robin Gunn; Sourabh Kumar Vinodiya; David Regos, Tomás Ybarra; Toby Morris