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Although 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of mankind’s first steps on the Moon, the Apollo 11 mission will always be fascinating, as evidenced by the numerous films, reports, and documentaries that the journey has inspired. With that being said, even the most recent of these projects is now several years old. Nevertheless, the mission deserves to be re-examined with a fresh perspective, driven by the production processes and techniques which have, much like space itself, evolved rapidly. In order to immerse the viewer into this incredible adventure (particularly viewers
belonging to the many generations who see 1969 as nothing more than a distant memory), this documentary recounts the epic adventure by detailing the journey of the men (and occasionally women) who took part in or aided the mission.


  • Apollo: Back to the Moon: Impossible Challenge
    Against the backdrop of the Cold War, follow the Apollo program from the disaster of Apollo 1 to the triumph of the Apollo 8 mission.
  • Apollo: Back to the Moon: Ultimate Mission
    The final secrets of Apollo 11 are revealed, bringing to life the last stages of a program that embraced tragic setbacks and historic success.