This quasi-fictionalized documentary imagines a deserted, storm-damaged Kennedy Space Center. With wildlife encroaching, radio transmissions track a massive hurricane and direct any remaining people to escape. Finally, a rocket (in fact the space shuttle Discovery, in the first liftoff since the Columbia disaster) launches through the eye of the storm.
Length: 24 minutes
Camera: Brian Doyle, Mic Knight
Editor/Sound Mix: Brian Doyle
Producer: Sue Butler
Original Music: Kurt Brondo, Tianna Kennedy, Chad Laird, Hannah Marcus, Jeffrey McCord
Production Assistants: Scott Corley, John Schneider, Ya-Hsuan Huang
Editing Assistant: Ry Russo-Young
Brian Doyle is an experimental filmmaker and visual artist. His work questions the notion of the common experience by revealing the subtleties and strangeness found within the collision of cultural and natural phenomena. Doyle's award-winning artwork has been shown on television, in film festivals, and in museums around the world.