Johann Lurf‘s film Endeavour slides between documentary, avant-garde film, and science-fiction. This highly singular combination of materials and techniques gives the viewer of Endeavour a feeling of flight, as the film continually evades the gravity of genres and definitive definitions. Lurf uses NASA footage from a day and a night launch of the space-shuttle that follows the booster rockets from take-off to splashdown.
The California Science Center wins the bid to become the new home of the retired Space Shuttle Endeavour. Through an immense coordinated effort the Shuttle is transported through twelve miles of urban streets. During its journey the city is unified as the Shuttle inspires the next generation of explorers.
A hilarious bouncy rubber ball of heads. Don’t try this at home – even if you can.
Michôd and Peedom's hour-long documentary recounts the tale of Andrew McAuley, an Australian adventurer who, in 2006, launched a quest to become the first person to paddle a kayak across the treacherous Tasman Sea, one of the loneliest and toughest stretches of water in the world.