Nov 9-13, 2017

CineSpace: The 2nd Annual Screening and Awards Presentation

Run Time: 90 mins International Language:

Synopsis

The short film finalists of the first annual CineSpace competition, a collaborative project of the second annual Houston Cinema Arts Society (HCAS) and NASA, will be screened tonight, supplemented by the announcement of the three top winners selected by filmmaker Richard Linklater. Entries are competing for a total of $26,000 in prizes.

Films containing NASA-captured imagery collected throughout the agency’s 50-year history were judged on creativity, innovation and attention to detail – the same hallmarks of space flight. The competition was open to all filmmakers, both professional and aspiring. The chosen films, all under fifteen minutes in length, are in a wide variety of narrative, documentary, and experimental film genres.

Over 450 films were submitted and judged eligible for the competition.

CINESPACE 2016 FINALISTS CINESPACE 2016
Voyager Loïc Magar, Roman Veiga France
New Moon Night Ian Lewis United States
Living on an Island Kuesti Fraun Germany
Izel Wil Prada United States
Life on Mars: Leila Zucker Melissa Balan United States
1950DA Sébastien Tulard France
The Divine Countdown Daniel Cantagallo United States
Music of the Spheres Jon Bougher , Kohl Threlkeld United States
BLACKBURN Joe Carter United States
Atmos Matthew Nefdt South Africa
The Traveler Duncan Elms United States
Robot Koch – Eclipse Mickael Le Goff Germany
Voyager Bipin Ragu India
Lani’s Space Harriett Maire, Ferris Bradley New Zealand
Exploration Ryan J Thompson United Kingdom
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CINESPACE 2016 HONORABLE MENTIONS  CINESPACE 2016
Sidereal Isaac Zambra Isaac Mexico
My Room at the Centre of the Universe Guy Spiller South Africa

The short film finalists of the first annual CineSpace competition, a collaborative project of the second annual Houston Cinema Arts Society (HCAS) and NASA, will be screened tonight, supplemented by the announcement of the three top winners selected by filmmaker Richard Linklater. Entries are competing for a total of $26,000 in prizes.

Films containing NASA-captured imagery collected throughout the agency’s 50-year history were judged on creativity, innovation and attention to detail – the same hallmarks of space flight. The competition was open to all filmmakers, both professional and aspiring. The chosen films, all under fifteen minutes in length, are in a wide variety of narrative, documentary, and experimental film genres.

Over 450 films were submitted and judged eligible for the competition.

CINESPACE 2016 FINALISTS CINESPACE 2016
Voyager Loïc Magar, Roman Veiga France
New Moon Night Ian Lewis United States
Living on an Island Kuesti Fraun Germany
Izel Wil Prada United States
Life on Mars: Leila Zucker Melissa Balan United States
1950DA Sébastien Tulard France
The Divine Countdown Daniel Cantagallo United States
Music of the Spheres Jon Bougher , Kohl Threlkeld United States
BLACKBURN Joe Carter United States
Atmos Matthew Nefdt South Africa
The Traveler Duncan Elms United States
Robot Koch – Eclipse Mickael Le Goff Germany
Voyager Bipin Ragu India
Lani’s Space Harriett Maire, Ferris Bradley New Zealand
Exploration Ryan J Thompson United Kingdom
 =========================== ========================  ================
CINESPACE 2016 HONORABLE MENTIONS  CINESPACE 2016
Sidereal Isaac Zambra Isaac Mexico
My Room at the Centre of the Universe Guy Spiller South Africa

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