A crew of six aboard NASA experimental vehicle HMP Okarian, is attempting to cross 2,000 miles of Arctic sea-ice to reach NASA outpost on the remote island of Devon. A place where humans prepare for Mars. This unprecedented adventure, planned to last a few weeks, will become a two-year epic odyssey of hope, fear and survival. Shot on the breathtaking sea ice on Earth, and on Mars, as captured by the robots we sent, this true story is a vibrant, thought-provoking hymn to our thirst for discovery.

All screenings followed with discussion with:
Film director Jean-Christophe Jeauffre
NASA Expedition leader Pascal Lee
film crew and Special Guests!

For more info visit http://www.laemmle.com/films/40657

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