Award-Winning Short Film ‘Space to Explore’ Debuts Online During World Space Week

Award-Winning Short Film ‘Space to Explore’ Debuts Online During World Space Week
Film Focuses on Adventure, Space, and Women

Space to Explore

The award-winning documentary short film Space to Explore today debuted online as part of the World Space Week celebration. Subtitles in English, Russian, Chinese, Hindi, Arabic, and Spanish – an unusual and important step made by Producer Katherine DuBois to embrace the international space community. 

Audiences raved about the unconventional inspiration of the film as a “breath of fresh air and an important message for young and old.” In the face of sky-high arches and pinnacles, breathtaking views, and a canopy of stars, it’s easy to believe that all the adventure you need is right here on earth.


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ABOUT THE FILM: Space to Explore: Natalie Panek has spent her life focused on her biggest ‘moonshot’ dream – to be the first to set foot on another planet. Natalie is an aerospace engineer of the ExoMars Rover, a pilot, an influencer, an avid explorer, and has made it to the top 100 of astronaut candidates. Exploring the Mars-like terrain of Earth, it is easy to see that Natalie’s biggest and most difficult dreams have made her an incredible woman. “Dare to achieve the impossible!”

The film won the Audience Choice Award at the Oscar Qualifying American Documentary Film Festival, awards at Worldfest-Houston and the International Filmmaker Festival of New York. After premiering at Banff Film Festival, the film screened worldwide with a focus on adventure, space, and women.


Social Media:
Instagram: @space_to_explore
#spacetoexplore  #worldspaceweek

For more information, contact Katherine DuBois at [email protected] or call 301.802.7483. 

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