1. A Study in Exploration

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    Brief audio-visual study about space exploration with footage from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Roscosmos (Роскосмос Russpace) and abbreviated as FKA (ФКА)

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    • Walnut Ridge vs John Glenn

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      2015 Basketball Regional Championship

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      • The Astronomer

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        August 7, 2015 UPDATE: "The Astronomer" is currently offline as it is up for festival consideration. It will return after a festival run. For more information or for a screener copy, please contact me at phil@philiprgarrett.com. _____________________________ "The Astronomer" - This lyrical documentary features excerpts from an interview with Professor Tom Burns of Ohio Wesleyan University and Director of Perkins Observatory. The film has screened in Greece, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, New York and other locations, and gained a significant online following in 2015. "The Astronomer" on SPLOID, Gizmodo's "Blog of delicious brain candy." http://sploid.gizmodo.com/a-passionate-speech-that-will-teach-your-kids-how-the-u-1689353986# "The Astronomer" is part of a larger project, "All Things Shining" - the video album can be found here: vimeo.com/album/2194206 **April 2015 Update: “The Astronomer” opened COSMOS 2015, Midlands Astronomy Club's annual conference, held in April of this year in Athlone, Ireland. William Bean wrote to me: "We opened with the film last Saturday. Great reaction whole room speechless. Got everyone in the mood." http://www.midlandsastronomy.com/cosmos-2015-page/index-cosmos.html **January 2015 Update: “The Astronomer” screened at 28th Stuttgarter Filmwinter Expanded Media Festival on 17 January, 2015 in the Patenfilme (Godmother/Godfather) program. The film was selected and championed by Thi Bui, https://vimeo.com/ducthibui. *Suttgarter Filmwinter Mission: “The Stuttgarter Filmwinters is an international prestigious festival of short and experimental film as well as of new media. The festival is a lab for new forms of perception and conveyance. With it's strongly multimedia and border-crossing focus, Filmwinter attempts the cinema of tomorrow.” SCREENINGS & EXHIBITIONS // Pre-show entertainment, December 2014 - January 2015, Gateway Film Center, all screenings of INTERSTELLAR. www.gatewayfilmcenter.com // Opening Film, 2014, COSMOS Premiere, Gateway Film Center, www.gatewayfilmcenter.com. -- Panel discussion with Professor Tom Burns of Ohio Wesleyan University, Director of the Perkins Observatory and Dr. Michael Stamatikos, Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics at The Ohio State University at Newark and a NASA-affiliated Astrophysicist, and Phil Garrett. // Official Selection, Lunacon 2014, www.lunacon.org, New York Science Fiction Society // Official Selection, 2013 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival www.thephilipkdickfilmfestival.com // Official Selection, 2013 ISFFA, International Science Film Festival of Athens (Athens, Greece) http://caid.gr/?page_id=549 // Official Selection, 2013 Film Festival of Columbus www.filmfestivalofcolumbus.com // Opened for GRAVITY, Gateway Film Center, October 7th, 2013 + talkback with Professor Tom Burns, Professor and NASA Astrophysicist, Dr. Michael Stamatikos, and Phil Garrett. // Curated Exhibition: "Ad Interim: Process Oriented Works From The School Of Design Arts At CCAD" September 19th through October, Shot Tower Gallery at Fort Hayes. www.fthayes.com/fthayes.com/Gallery.html // Columbus Moving Image Art Review, Fall 2012 www.movingimageart.wordpress.com/cmiar-artists/ Online // Astronomical Society of East Texas (ASET) www.asetexas.com // Candlelight Stories, the blog of photographer/filmmaker Alessandro Cima www.candlelightstories.com // Magnolia’s Atlas http://malagolasatlas.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-astronomer-film-by-phil-garrett.html // Sorekara 2.0 http://sorekara20.blogspot.com/2012/12/phil-garrett-astronomer.html // Ain't It Cool's Saturday Shorts, February 16th, 2013: aintitcool.com/node/61020 Video Background // Interview conducted at Perkins Observatory, Delaware, Ohio, Friday, 11 May 2012. // Directed/edited by Phil Garrett, shot by Alan Weisenberger. // Special Thanks to Prof. Tom Burns. // Project creative inspirations include the works of Caral Sagan, Terrence Malick, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Harlan Ellison, Jason Silva, Eliot Rausch, my fellow MFAs, Ridley Scott, Biosphere, Damon Lindeloff/Carlton Cuse, and many others. *This is a non-commercial mashup/teaser/experimental film incorporating or inspired by: / Keiji Iwai Photography keijiiwai.com vimeo.com/keijiiwai / Sander van den Berg vimeo.com/user5612068 / Michael König vimeo.com/michaelkoenig / NASA jpl.nasa.gov **Under Creative Commons: / The Luminous Landscape vimeo.com/lumland / TSO Photography vimeo.com/terjes / Music - Hans Zimmer's "Time" from the Inception Soundtrack. Buy it on iTunes! itunes.apple.com/us/album/inception-music-from-motion/ "The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean... Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return… And we can. Because the cosmos is also within us. We're made of star stuff. We are a way for the cosmos to know itself." - Carl Sagan

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        • 3D Laser Scan Mercury Mission Control

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          The Institute for Simulation & Training at the University of Central Florida has embarked on an effort to laser scan various elements of Space-Age heritage. We scanned the Mercury Mission Control equipment at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex due to its significance within Project Mercury.

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          • John Glenn and Scott Carpenter - The Legendary Explorer Medal - ECAD 2013

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            Profile of John Glenn and Scott Carpenter, Mercury Seven astronauts and recipients of The Legendary Explorer Medal at the 2013 Explorers Club Annual Dinner. http://www.explorers.org/index.php/about/john_glenn_hon_62 http://www.explorers.org/index.php/about/scott_carpenter

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            • Mercury Heat Shield Testing

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              A look at the difference between entering with or without the retropack attached to Mercury, conducted at Ames Research Center. From our 6-DVD Mercury set. www.spacecraftfilms.com

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              • Kitty Hawk: The Wright Brothers' Journey of Invention (52-minute length documentary All Access)

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                One-hour version of Kitty Hawk, which is widely recognized to be the definitive documentary about the invention of the airplane. Features Neil Armstrong and John Glenn as the voices of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Award-winning Kitty Hawk is packed with a wealth of information about the Wright brothers' singular achievement—stunning flight sequences, computer animations, and hundreds of rare and unpublished photographs and original documents. Never before has such a renowned group of Wright scholars and aeronautical historians been assembled in one program. Its story will entertain adults, inspire younger viewers, and captivate the entire family. 52-minute version contains less commentary from our experts and omits many interesting details from Orville and Wilbur's epic journey. Watch it now or own it forever on DVD at wrightbro.com/ ACCOLADES: GRAND JURY AWARD Secret City Film Festival “The Wrights are in good hands.” —Fred Howard, author of Wilbur & Orville: A Biography of the Wright Brothers “This remarkable documentary brings their story to life” —Donna Gustafson, Grading the Movies “…diligently researched, highly informative documentary” —Ed Grant, Video Business Magazine “COMPELLING” —Diane Holloway, Austin American-Statesman “REMARKABLE” —Brian Wilson, Booklist BEST DOCUMENTARY International Family Film Festival “HIGHLY ENTERTAINING” —Chris Hicks, Deseret Morning News, Salt Lake City “…has brought the Wrights to life as no other filmmaker ever has.” —James Tobin, author of To Conquer the Air: The Wright Brothers and the Great Race for Flight “HIGHLY RECOMENDED” —Michael Schau, Library Journal “We get a sense of the Wrights… that written accounts and even photographs can’t convey.” —Terry Morris, Dayton Daily News “INSPIRATIONAL” 4 out of 4 stars —C. Block, Video Librarian Magazine

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                • Kitty Hawk: The Wright Brothers' Journey of Invention (feature-length documentary all-access)

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                  The award-winning doc, Kitty Hawk, is widely recognized to be the definitive documentary about the invention of the airplane. Features Neil Armstrong and John Glenn as the voices of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Award-winning Kitty Hawk is packed with a wealth of information about the Wright brothers' singular achievement—stunning flight sequences, computer animations, and hundreds of rare and unpublished photographs and original documents. Never before has such a renowned group of Wright scholars and aeronautical historians been assembled in one program. Its story will entertain adults, inspire younger viewers, and captivate the entire family. Watch it now or own it forever on DVD at wrightbro.com/ ACCOLADES: GRAND JURY AWARD Secret City Film Festival “The Wrights are in good hands.” —Fred Howard, author of Wilbur & Orville: A Biography of the Wright Brothers “This remarkable documentary brings their story to life” —Donna Gustafson, Grading the Movies “…diligently researched, highly informative documentary” —Ed Grant, Video Business Magazine “COMPELLING” —Diane Holloway, Austin American-Statesman “REMARKABLE” —Brian Wilson, Booklist BEST DOCUMENTARY International Family Film Festival “HIGHLY ENTERTAINING” —Chris Hicks, Deseret Morning News, Salt Lake City “…has brought the Wrights to life as no other filmmaker ever has.” —James Tobin, author of To Conquer the Air: The Wright Brothers and the Great Race for Flight “HIGHLY RECOMENDED” —Michael Schau, Library Journal “We get a sense of the Wrights… that written accounts and even photographs can’t convey.” —Terry Morris, Dayton Daily News “INSPIRATIONAL” 4 out of 4 stars —C. Block, Video Librarian Magazine

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                  • Kitty Hawk: The Wright Brothers' Journey of Invention (52-minute length documentary)

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                    One-hour version of Kitty Hawk, which is widely recognized to be the definitive documentary about the invention of the airplane. Features Neil Armstrong and John Glenn as the voices of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Award-winning Kitty Hawk is packed with a wealth of information about the Wright brothers' singular achievement—stunning flight sequences, computer animations, and hundreds of rare and unpublished photographs and original documents. Never before has such a renowned group of Wright scholars and aeronautical historians been assembled in one program. Its story will entertain adults, inspire younger viewers, and captivate the entire family. 52-minute version contains less commentary from our experts and omits many interesting details from Orville and Wilbur's epic journey. Watch it now or own it forever on DVD at wrightbro.com/ ACCOLADES: GRAND JURY AWARD Secret City Film Festival “The Wrights are in good hands.” —Fred Howard, author of Wilbur & Orville: A Biography of the Wright Brothers “This remarkable documentary brings their story to life” —Donna Gustafson, Grading the Movies “…diligently researched, highly informative documentary” —Ed Grant, Video Business Magazine “COMPELLING” —Diane Holloway, Austin American-Statesman “REMARKABLE” —Brian Wilson, Booklist BEST DOCUMENTARY International Family Film Festival “HIGHLY ENTERTAINING” —Chris Hicks, Deseret Morning News, Salt Lake City “…has brought the Wrights to life as no other filmmaker ever has.” —James Tobin, author of To Conquer the Air: The Wright Brothers and the Great Race for Flight “HIGHLY RECOMENDED” —Michael Schau, Library Journal “We get a sense of the Wrights… that written accounts and even photographs can’t convey.” —Terry Morris, Dayton Daily News “INSPIRATIONAL” 4 out of 4 stars —C. Block, Video Librarian Magazine

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