Courtesy of NEON

NEW ONLINE RELEASE
Spaceship Earth

Ongoing

MoMI is pleased to partner with NEON to bring Spaceship Earth directly to Museum members and patrons for home viewing.

Click here to view from home through May 24. 
Tickets: $3.99 (50% of proceeds will go to the Museum if you use this link).
 

Spaceship Earth
Dir. Matt Wolf. 2020, 115 mins. Spaceship Earth is the astonishing story of eight visionary people who in 1991 spent two years isolated within a self-built, closed system environment called Biosphere 2. These individuals came together not as scientists, but as a theater troupe motivated by the ethos of “learning by doing.” Their expeditions led them to build a functioning ranch in New Mexico, sail around the world in a ship of their own making, and ultimately create a model of Earth’s ecosystem to help model sustainable living and contribute to mitigating the risks of climate change. Directed and produced by Matt Wolf (Teenage, Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project), Spaceship Earth intermixes never-before-seen archival footage with present-day interviews with the Biospherians to tell a stranger-than-fiction story we would do well to reflect upon in this time when the future is uncertain. Watch trailer.

View Science on Screen's Spaceship Earth discussion with Matt Wolf and special guests.

“Spaceship is an involving, oddly poignant tale that should have broad appeal to those on the lookout for distinctive documentary features.”—Dennis Harvey, Variety