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March 23-28 2021

AL ON EARTH (10 min)

March 27, 2021
1:00 PM
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AL ON EARTH (10 min)

Al Key’s driving force for weather photography is his Texas pickup and a lifetime of lenses. The International Space Station takes a 24/7/365 look at Al’s world and our own. Weather never sleeps and Al rarely does. Meanwhile the Space Station makes 16 daily orbits of our planet with continual attention to details below. Photography's elegance links AL ON EARTH with the ISS for twenty years and counting. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Our Planet," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

America/Chicago
March 27, 2021
https://www.thinline.us
March 28, 2021
11:30 AM
 CT
AL ON EARTH (10 min)

Al Key’s driving force for weather photography is his Texas pickup and a lifetime of lenses. The International Space Station takes a 24/7/365 look at Al’s world and our own. Weather never sleeps and Al rarely does. Meanwhile the Space Station makes 16 daily orbits of our planet with continual attention to details below. Photography's elegance links AL ON EARTH with the ISS for twenty years and counting. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Our Planet," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

America/Chicago
March 27, 2021
https://www.thinline.us

Sponsors

Susan Carol Davis is Manager of Talent Support for Falcon Events and CEO of Curious Dog Creative, a consulting service for film/television production. Davis is the Director of Film Programming for the Thin Line Fest and serves on the Board of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Artists Enclave of Denton County. She is an active member of Women in Film-Dallas and the International Documentary Association.

Claire DeJarnett is the Producer for EarthxTV with Falcon Events and earned her MFA from the University of North Texas Media Arts Department in Denton, Texas. Claire’s ingenuity as director and editor is recognized in awards from both NASA’s CineSpace competition (Mack Minded: Humanly Possible) and 2020 Telly Awards for Melinda Levin’s Cuban Earth in the General Non-Broadcast Category.


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Al Key’s driving force for weather photography is his Texas pickup and a lifetime of lenses. The International Space Station takes a 24/7/365 look at Al’s world and our own. Weather never sleeps and Al rarely does. Meanwhile the Space Station makes 16 daily orbits of our planet with continual attention to details below. Photography's elegance links AL ON EARTH with the ISS for twenty years and counting. This film screens as part of the shorts program, "Our Planet," which begins at the dates and times listed here.

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