Every man remembers the first words of Neil Armstrong after stepping on the lunar surface, on July 20, 1969. Few remember, instead, those of his partner Buzz Aldrin: "Magnificent view. Magnificent desolation. " What did Aldrin see, where are these images, what was that desolation like? When it is 50 years since the Apollo 11 moon landing, Cineteca revisits the crossed paths of cinema, science and lunar exploration, and goes through the images with which cinema dreamed of the moon and outer space.
Screening of the short films Impresiones en la alta atmósfera (José Antonio Sistiaga, 1989), Moonblack (Aldo Tambellini, 1968), Anticipation of the Night (Stan Brakhage, 1958).
Thursday 11, 20h - Plató Cinema
Sunday 21, 18h - Plató Cinema