Any moon-landing conspiracy theorist who sees director Todd Douglas Miller’s mesmerizing documentary “Apollo 11,” which captures the 1969 lunar adventure of astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins, will feel put on blast.
Miller’s digital restoration of never-before-seen NASA footage marries the pulse-pounding Apollo 11 journey itself with the efforts of ground control to orchestrate a smooth trip.
At a recent International Documentary Association (IDA) screening in Los Angeles, and as a kick-off to the IDA’s annual awards-season lineup that looks back on the year’s best nonfiction films, Miller spoke to an audience in a conversation moderated by IndieWire Associate Editor Steve Greene.
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