Astronaut: Ocean to Orbit
premieres at the Arizona Science Center,
launching giant screen theater roll-out

The new film Astronaut: Ocean to Orbit  from filmmaker Jonathan Bird had its premiere at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix recently, and audiences say it's out of this world!  The science center is pairing the film with its traveling exhibit "Astronaut" on display through May 31. “We’re really excited about the film," said Kristina Celik, VP of Marketing at ASC. "We’re getting a lot of interest and people really seem to like it.”

The 20-minute film explores the high-tech world of astronauts and how they train to work in space. The film reveals how NASA uses underwater environments here on Earth to simulate life in space during astronaut training. 

Astronauts in Film Make Space News Headlines 
The NASA astronauts featured in the film are making their own news headlines this year, with important upcoming trips to space:  

Director Jonathan Bird Available for Film Promotion
Bring director Jonathan Bird to your theater, either virtually or in person, to help you promote the film. His endless enthusiasm for the giant screen experience and his insight into NASA's astronaut training program are a treat for any audience. Check out his recent TV interview in Phoenix to promote the film's opening at the Arizona Science Center.  

Our out-of-this-world sales team looks forward to talking with you about bringing the film to your theater!  

Patty Collins, Director of Global Sales 
Chip Bartlett, Director of Distribution Media

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