FAC653-Farter Saturday

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3 thoughts on “FAC653-Farter Saturday

  1. smj

    It does. We’ll worry about the scientific calculation later.

    “First, inevitably, the idea, the fantasy, the fairy tale. Then, scientific calculation. Ultimately, fulfillment crowns the dream.”
    -Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

    “This film is not only a visionary tale of our future. It is also unique gem of cinematic history. The film’s visual special effects and zero-gravity trick, invented by director Pavel Klushantsev, inspired Stanley Kubrick to create his sci-fi classic “2001: A Space Odyssey” and George Lucas to create the pop-culture phenomenon “Star Wars.” Both directors were strongly influenced by the Soviet director’s work – look at that rotating space station and beautifully painted planetary backdrops, for example. And Klushantsev’s purely fictional feature “Planet of Storms,” although heavily re-edited and re-dubbed, was even released in the United States in 1965 under a different name and greatly influenced what was thought possible in moviemaking.
    But what’s most important is the film’s message. Klushantsev started out as a director of scientific and educational films, but his later work was a radical attempt to break free from genre restrictions and reach a wider audience. “Road to the Stars” is not a simple recitation and illustration of scientific facts, but rather a meditation on humanity’s future, enriched by science, solidarity and hard work.”



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