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"For All Mankind", full NASA movie (1989), in HD.

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"For All Mankind" is a 1989 documentary film of the NASA Apollo Missions, between December 1968 and November 1972. It focus on human views of space flights, provided along with the voices of the astronauts from interviews and actual mission recordings. The director, AL Reinert, has pieced together a documentary commemorating man's landing on the moon. The film gives the impression of a single outer-space journey. There was no attempt to differentiate one mission from another. None of the 24 Apollo missioners are identified by name. It remains the most visually spectacular work of cinema yet made about this event. "For All Mankind" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1990.


Language:
English
Curriculum Alignment:
CAPS aligned
Publication Date:
2017-11-08
Grades:
10, 11, 12
Audience:
Learners
Type:
Video
Categories:
Learning material Subjects
Copyright:
Open Resource Material
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