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No 48 Hour Film this year – but something better.
 As many of you know, every year for the past 7 years I've joined a team of local filmmakers to create a 48 Hour film in Greensboro's competition. But this year, we felt it was time to raise our game and have more time to make a better quality film.So this year, a couple of teams have joined together to make a film "Someday" using...
Major Announcement about film on July 1st. Teaser Video!
On July 1st, 2004, the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft arrived at Saturn, after executing an amazing precision rocket braking maneuver in Saturn's rings. I watched this event live on NASA-TV's streaming channel. It was at that moment that the inspiration for the film began.On July 1st, 2012, in just a few days and in honor of that incredible achievement, there will be a major announcement about the...
Ray Bradbury remembered by Andrew Chaikin
I've been very fortunate with all the smart, talented and accomplished people who have endorsed and supported the film. One of those is noted space author and journalist, Andrew Chaikin. He recently was on NPR to remember Ray Bradbury and I was very moved by what he had to say.http://www.npr.org/2012/06/07/154485146/remembering-ray-bradbury ...
Fun Highlights of Astronomy Day this Weekend
Outside In is just a very small part of what's happening at the totally free Astronomy Days this weekend. NASA's Destination Station will be showcasing the International Space Station. The Museum has a whole new wing with a cool new Astronomy Lab and a "World Wide Telescope".There will be Bottle rockets to launch, face painting, and Moon bouncing (not sure what that is but sounds...
Astronomy Days Giveaways & Schedule!
POSTER GIVEAWAY:For the film's appearance at Astronomy Days, we will giving away two framed posters: one for the film and one printed frame from the Saturn fly-through. If you can't make it or live too far away, simply make a donation, sign up for the mailing list or follow the blog via Facebook to enter.For those in the North Carolina area that can make it...
Outside In Returns to Astronomy Days, Raleigh NC 5/19 & 20th
Last year, we had a great time presenting the film at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences annual "Astronomy Days" - and a whole bunch of people help make it happen including the Raleigh Astronomy Club and many more.Outside In is back again and will be showing new and updated footage at 1:00 PM Saturday May 19th and 2:00 PM Sunday, in the main...