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Jennifer Lawrence narrates this documentary which looks at life on the International Space Station (ISS) as well as exploring our ever-changing planet from a remarkable distance. On the ISS, we observe a number of three-person teams – made up of individuals from countries across the world – as they embark upon missions over many months. This footage is intercut with spectacular views of Earth from space as we bear witness to the extraordinary effects the environment has on our planet, from thunderstorms to droughts, as well as man-made phenomena such as light pollution. This film provides a unique first-person perspective of what life as an astronaut is really like.
no material likely to offend or harm.
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Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for primary titles within the Saving the World strand of the Into Film Festival.
Ambitious gathering of snippets from public lives that illustrates both the rich diversity and similarities of the human experience.
Thought-provoking assessment on the causes and symptoms of climate change from former US presidential candidate Al Gore.
Poignant and entertaining nature documentary about a year in the life of planet Earth with narration from Patrick Stewart.
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