On the 16th of July, 1969, the United States entered the race to the moon by launching a three-man spacecraft. Drawing from over 11,000 hours of recordings, Apollo 11 is the spine-tingling story of their mission.
Filled with never-before-seen footage and unheard audio, Todd Douglas Miller's doc gives a front-row experience that's out of this world.
Made up of first-hand recordings, the originals have been digitised to such a standard, they seem almost as if they were taken yesterday.
An incredible, cinematic experience, which raises almost as many questions as it answers, Apollo 11 is the summer's must-see film.