A look at La Voyage dans la lune
Join some of Astronomy’s editors on the very first cinematic space journey.
March 28, 2011
For a story about movies, what more fitting complement can there be than a little film of our own? In the vein of the “director commentaries” commonly found as DVD extras, here we present 1902’s La Voyage dans la lune (“A Trip to the Moon”), the first science-fiction movie, accompanied by comments from me and other Astronomy editors.
La Voyage dans la lune
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