Deepana Gandhi dreamed of a career in math/science, but she grew up in rural India where women aren’t typically afforded the same opportunities as men. After struggling to find a job, Deepana eventually landed at Indus in Bangalore, where she works on the equations necessary for navigating to the moon.
Episode Three of Moon Shot, a documentary from Academy Award®-winning director Orlando von Einsiedel, Executive Producer J.J. Abrams, Bad Robot, Epic Digital Google and XPRIZE (http://lunar.xprize.org). The Google Lunar XPRIZE is the largest prize competition of all time with a reward of $30 million and aims to incentivize entrepreneurs to create a new era of affordable access to the Moon and beyond, while inspiring the next generation of scientists, engineers, and explorers.
This character-driven, emotional, awe-inspiring series of 9 short films will follow a selection of the teams currently racing to complete their missions. It will explore the lives of their charismatic, quirky members, the sacrifices they have made to get to where they are today, and crucially, what drives them on this incredible journey.
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Orlando von Einsiedel
Director of Photography
Juan Ignacio Cabrera
Sound Re-Recording Mixers
Kelvin Optical, Inc.
Google Brand Marketing
Yasemin Denari Southworth
Cory Bennett Lewis
Additional footage provided by:
Goddard Space Flight Center
Arizona State University
Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center
Projection and Design Club, PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh