The ambitious Voyager space program began in 1972. Its goal was to obtain data on Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune – all still little-researched at that time. Five years later, the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 probes were sent out into the cosmos to achieve this goal. After fulfilling their main mission, they continue to explore remote space and bring us scientifically valuable information. This involving and informative documentary commemorates the men and women of NASA whom we can thank for many great exploratory successes of the recent past.
This Irish director and editor has won a number of film and television awards. In 2013, she codirected Here Was Cuba, a documentary on the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Farthest was her first time directing alone. This film was shown at a number of prestigious festivals, including Tribeca. 2020 saw the premiere of her documentary on singer Phil Lynott, Songs for While I'm Away, and she is currently wrapping up her live-action debut Joyride.
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