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Postcards from the Future

bigImage Sometime in the near future, humankind will set foot again on the Moon. As part of NASA's New Vision for Space Exploration, they will build a permanent base on the moon, to test, research and invent new technologies for manned missions to Mars and beyond.

The task will not be easy -- there will be danger and hardships and broken lives, but these modern-day pioneers would have it no other way. Because for all the hardships that they must endure, they know that the Grand Vision extends beyond them -- that they are but a small part of what makes man's future in the stars possible.

POSTCARDS FROM THE FUTURE attempts to share this epic undertaking with today's audience. We see the Grand Vision unfold over the course of two decades by following the life of one man -- civilian electrical engineer Sean Everman.

Entrusted with the task of helping to build out the power grid on the Moonbase, Sean occasionally sends "video postcards" and personal messages to his wife back on Earth, sharing with her the details, trials and tribulations of his jobs. Over the epic course of the story, these postcards from our possible future reveal in exquisite detail the grand adventure that we are about to embark on.

Shot entirely digitally in pristine large-format 'imax-scaled' resolution, and produced using a completely digital post-production pipeline, POSTCARDS utilizes technology that belongs in our future, to capture in ultra-high resolution clarity a glimpse of our possible future in space exploration.

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Postcards From the Future Trailer 1 [QT Med]

Postcards From the Future Trailer 2 [QT Med]

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Produced by Mahalo Bay Films. Written and Directed by Alan Chan. Producer: Linda Capetillo-Cunliffe. Executive Producers: Barry Thompson, Alan Chan. Director of Photography: Eric Adkins. Editor: John McGinley. Music Composer: John Hunter. Sound Design/Soundmix: Frank Fossler. Post Sound Supervisor: Tim Nagle. Featured Vocals: Ronna Jones. Digital Cinema Conversion: Curtis Drake. Starring: Robb Hughes, Coriann Bright.

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