I Want To Be An Astronaut

Blair Mason has wanted to be an astronaut since he was three years old. Now, at 17, that dream has become a vision for “moving humanity beyond Earth.” But what does it take to be an astronaut? And, more importantly, what are we doing now as a nation to keep the dreams of young people like Blair within the realm of possibility?

I Want to Be an Astronaut (2014)

INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION UNIVERSAL PREMIERE

Director: David Ruck
Writer: David Ruck
Producers: Anne Menotti, David Ruck
Executive Producer: Andrew van den Houten
Cast: Neville Blair Mason, Greg Cecil, Mallory Johnston, Dan Hendrickson, Charlie Bolden, John Grunsfeld, John Glenn, FIRST Robotics
Cinematogrpaher: David Ruck
Composer: Sean Spillane

 


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“Ruck’s film examines the state of America’s space program and captures the passion for human space travel as well as the somber tone that followed the retirement of the Space Shuttle program in 2011.” – Julie Pixler, CNN
 

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