[LISS] Fwd: Saving Hubble Documentary Film
apsmith at aps.org
Thu Nov 16 23:27:13 EST 2006
Note that the "Saving Hubble" show mentioned will be at the Vanderbilt
Planetarium in Centerport, December 5th (see the details below), as well
as various Manhattan events.
And yes, the Mercury thing was great - Wally Schirra and Scott Carpenter
made quite a comedy team! With a little help from John Glenn on the big
screen... thanks for letting us know about that.
Trekker724 at aol.com wrote:
> This looks interesting.
> For those of you who were fortunate enough to attend the Mercury
> Astronaut lecture at the museum last Friday-weren't they great! What a
> rare opportunity to listen to living legends!
> Susan Raizer
> Saving Hubble Documentary Film
> india nolen-tuleja <inolentuleja at yahoo.com>
> Thu, 16 Nov 2006 09:55:16 -0800 (PST)
> Trekker724 at aol.com
> Trekker724 at aol.com
> Dear members of the Long Island Space Society:
> My name is India Nolen-Tuleja and I am the Associate
> Producer for a documentary film called Saving Hubble,
> about the Hubble Space Telescope.
> I am contacting you because I thought that you and
> members of your organization would be particularly
> interested in the film. This is a very exciting and
> powerful film that has the potential to emerge into
> the social, political, and scientific stratosphere at
> just the right time in this evolving time in science.
> We would love for you to join our ever-growing
> movement of support for what Hubble stands for.
> You can learn more about the production company, Space
> Based Pictures and the Director, David Gaynes, read
> about the film, join our mailing list, and view a
> trailer on our website:
> Saving Hubble is not yet finished and in our efforts
> to try to complete the editing process and share this
> important film with the public, we have organized a
> full week of parties to meet other Hubble and science
> enthusiasts, generate support for Hubble, and raise
> money to finish the film. Here is the email version of
> our invitation:
> Hubblelicious World Tour 2006
> A week’s worth of events supporting the film Saving
> Sunday, Dec. 3rd Greetings from Mars: kick off the
> week and meet and greet other earthlings who love what
> Hubble stands for in this era of shifting priorities
> 7pm-9pm Mars 2112 Restaurant, 1633 Broadway at 51st
> St. Manhattan
> Monday, Dec. 4th Hubble South of the Border: enjoy
> Sangria and Tecate with organic quesadillas as we
> party in the blacklight back room of planets and stars
> 2 shows! 6pm-9pm and 9pm-12am Cosmic Cantina, 101 3rd
> Ave. at 13th St. Manhattan
> Tuesday, Dec. 5th Mansions and Macrocosms: watch a
> star show in the planetarium at the beautiful
> Vanderbilt estate and discuss the film in a lecture
> with the director
> 7pm-8:30pm Vanderbilt Mansion and Museum, 180 Little
> Neck Rd. Centerport, Long Island
> Wednesday, Dec. 6th Hubble Trouble (Wish Upon a Star):
> enjoy the stars under the heated rooftop bar of this
> hip night spot, write your wishes for the new era in
> space, and make pipe cleaner art as you create your
> own model of Hubble the way you wish to see it
> 7pm-11pm The Delancey, 168 Delancey St. between
> Clinton and Attorney, Manhattan
> Thursday, Dec. 7th Astronomy through the Lens: watch
> a star show and discuss how Hubble’s vision and the
> film’s vision both see a precarious future for space
> science and ways to help
> 7pm-10pm Stamford Museum and Nature Center,
> Planetarium, 39 Scofieldtown Rd. Stamford, CT
> Saturday, Dec. 9th Constellations at the College:
> watch a star show and discuss your place in the
> constellations as we close this week of celebrating
> Hubble’s perspective on the universe
> 6pm-9pm County College of Morris Planetarium, 214
> Center Grove Rd. Randolph, NJ
> All events include a trailer and scenes from the film,
> a silent auction with space-based art including
> photography from the film, Hubble imagery, and space
> station paraphernalia, a Q&A with the director, and
> lively discussion and fun talking about Hubble!
> Many events include food and drinks. Hubble T-shirts
> and Soundtrack to the Stars, a space-themed music
> compilation, will be for sale. Nominal Cover
> Charges/Suggested Donations may apply.
> RSVP is requested by Sunday, November 26th.
> Contact India at (718) 664-4948 or
> inolentuleja at yahoo.com or David at (212) 795-1616 or
> dgaynes at outoftheboxtv.com with “RSVP Hubble” in the
> subject heading. Be sure to note which event(s) you
> are RSVP-ing for. Bring a friend or three! Come
> support this important and unique film as we bring
> Hubble to life and to the public. We look forward to
> partying with you and Mr. Hubble!
> END of email invite
> I have also attached a couple of documents to this
> email to give you more information about the film.
> 1. the Hubblelicious invitation as an attachment--this
> includes a graphic of Hubble
> 2. A One Sheet, which gives a synopsis of the film and
> brief outline of the upcoming fundraising events
> I would like to ask you to please forward this email
> (and any of these attachments) to anyone who may be
> interested in learning about, supporting, or
> participating in the film and in getting Hubble out to
> the world. If you would forward this email on to your
> members and include our Hubblelicious Week of events
> in your newsletters and events calendars, that would
> be a huge help for us in spreading the word about
> Saving Hubble.
> If you have any ideas about people we should invite to
> these events or feedback about the publicity process
> for such an event, please feel free to contact me. We
> want as many people to know about Saving Hubble as
> possible, and with your ideas and support, we can make
> that possible.
> However you feel you would like to get involved, we
> would love to share Saving Hubble with you and the
> science community. Your participation in this process
> is critical in getting the message of what Hubble
> stands for, out to the world! It is not just a film;
> it is a movement we are inviting you to join!
> I appreciate you taking the time to read this over and
> if you have any questions or ideas, please feel free
> to contact me at inolentuleja at yahoo.com or at (718)
> 664-4948. I look forward to hearing from you and
> thanks again.
> Take care,
> India Nolen-Tuleja
> Associate Producer
> Saving Hubble documentary film
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