Houston, We Have a Space Junk Problem
Apollo 8: A Christmas Moon
Film (Documentary, Short and History) Producer Remembering the epic 1968 flight of Apollo 8, when NASA and three American astronauts gave the world a gift of hope and a Christmas Moon.
Documentary by NCI Productions/Kevin Stirling Producer/Director/Creator MOON BEAT explores President John F. Kennedy's call to go to the Moon, and the onset of the 1960s space race with the Soviet Union, leading to the 1969 flight of Apollo XI. The documentary explores the day-to-day lives of the news reporters and revisits the events from the perspective of these news reporters who covered and wrote about the U.S. space program for many years including: John Noble Wilford, (New York Times), Al Neuharth, (Founder, USA Today, Florida Today), Reg Turnill, (BBC Aerospace Correspondent), George Alexander, (Aviation Week, Newsweek), Leon Jaroff (TIME Magazine), John L. Wilhelm (TIME Magazine), Victor McElheny (Boston Globe) and Joe Morgenstern, (Film Critic, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek), along with many others.
Special Jury NASA REMI Award, Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival