Mysteries in the Archives: 1969 Live from the Moon

Mysteries in the Archives: 1969 Live from the Moon

| 26 min

On July 22, 1969, man walked on the moon for the first time. About 600 million people watched it live on television. In an incessant battle of technology and political nerve with the Soviets, media coverage of the Apollo 11 mission – including Neil Armstrong’s first steps – was closely prepared, orchestrated and produced by NASA from some 360,000 kilometres away. Who, for example, was filming as we watched Armstrong climb down the ladder and step off onto the moon’s surface? 

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  • idea
    Serge Viallet
    Cédric Lépée
  • series director
    Serge Viallet
  • director
    Alexandre Auque
  • editor
    Vanessa Bozza
  • assistant editor
    Clarisse Gilbert
  • graphic design
    Stéphanie Mée
  • scientific consultant
    Jacques Villain
  • historical research
    Cedric Gruat
  • musical illustration
    Niels Poux
  • image masking
    Alexandre Auque
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    Alexandre Auque
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    Philippe Truffault
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    Philippe Truffault
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    François Labat
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    Rémi Berge
  • translator
    Dana Burns Westberg
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    Dana Burns Westberg
  • documentary research
    Marie Bessi
    Serge Viallet
    Michael Dolan
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    Laurent Thomas
    Jean-François Gasnier
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    Laurent Thomas
    Jean-François Gasnier
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    Rita Lourdemarianadin
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    Daniel Ricard
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    Vincent Legrain
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    Marc Grandhomme
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    Thierry Ippolito
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    Vincent Encontre
    Armelle Jayet
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    Françoise Tsitsichvili
    Yasmine Boucherat
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    Elisabeth Hulten
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    Florence Fanelli