Gravitas launches a space doc called ‘It’s Quieter in The Twilight’ (exclusive)

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Source: Gravitas Ventures

‘It’s Quieter in the Twilight’

Gravitas Ventures has acquired worldwide rights to space exploration documentary It’s Quieter in the Twilight, which had its premiere at last year’s SXSW festival.

The film, from first-time director Billy Miossi, will be distributed theatrically and on demand, starting in North America on May 19.

The documentary features engineers from South Korea, the US, and other parts of this world who guide the Voyager spacecraft. They were launched in 1977 and provide data on the outer planets. The engineers fought against outdated technology and dwindling sunshine to guide the craft through interstellar orbit in the final years of their careers.

Matt Reynolds produced and Alissa Shapiro, Weigel’s executive producer, produced the film.

Shapiro stated: “We are thrilled that Gravitas Ventures has produced Voyager’s cosmic adventure, and yet uniquely human tale about their guardian angels to audiences all over the world.”

Miossi said: “The entire world should know about these untold explorers and their essential role in humanity’s most ambitious venture.”

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