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Space: The Longest Goodbye

Available for

Virtual

On-demand

In-person

Available for screenings until

Jan 01, 2030

Available for screenings in

United States of America

Brought to you by

Greenwich Entertainment

About the film

In the next decade, NASA will send astronauts to Mars for the first time. Separated from Earth, and unable to communicate with ground in real time, crew members will experience extreme isolation that could gravely affect their three-year journey. This Sundance-premiering documentary follows a savvy NASA psychologist tasked with protecting daring space explorers.

Genre

Documentary

Runtime

1h 27m

Released

2023

Director

Ido Mizrahy

Producer

Ido Mizrahy, Nir Sa'ar, Paul Cadieux

Writer

Ido Mizrahy, Nir Sa'ar

Awards & recognition

2023 Sundance Film Festival

Grand Jury Prize Nominee World Cinema - Documentary

What people are saying

"Ido Mizrahy’s film turns an impressively restrained and detailed lens on all the work that’s being done to provide more than just support to astronauts on a mission to Mars."

Ed Gonzalez

Slant Magazine

A heartfelt look at the human side of space travel.

Herese Lacson

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