1. Project of the Day—A Brief History of Time Travel is a documentary about our relationship with time travel. What that means is that we love making movies about time travel—writing books about time travel, talking about time travel, basically we love interacting with time travel in every way except the actual activity itself (because it’s not possible—just FYI). Even without ever actually doing it, humanity has a long, interesting relationship with portraying it, and now we can look at this history in one place.

    Project of the Day—A Brief History of Time Travel is a documentary about our relationship with time travel. What that means is that we love making movies about time travel—writing books about time travel, talking about time travel, basically we love interacting with time travel in every way except the actual activity itself (because it’s not possible—just FYI). Even without ever actually doing it, humanity has a long, interesting relationship with portraying it, and now we can look at this history in one place.

  2. Project of the Day—Far Beneath the Ship is a sci-fi short about “a doomed mission to mars, and the value of manned space exploration, based on a real life speech Nixon never gave.” Confused? President Nixon preemptively wrote a speech in case the Apollo 11 astronauts got stranded on the moon. They didn’t. The speech was revealed in 1999 and has been circulating since. The film repurposes the ideas in that speech to create a narrative about a doomed astronaut on his first trip to mars in 2001.

    Project of the Day—Far Beneath the Ship is a sci-fi short about “a doomed mission to mars, and the value of manned space exploration, based on a real life speech Nixon never gave.” Confused? President Nixon preemptively wrote a speech in case the Apollo 11 astronauts got stranded on the moon. They didn’t. The speech was revealed in 1999 and has been circulating since. The film repurposes the ideas in that speech to create a narrative about a doomed astronaut on his first trip to mars in 2001.