Show "MoonScape" To Your Class

The "MoonScape" documentary is excellent when used in your classroom.

In 1969, many people watched the Moonwalk in real time as it was broadcast all over the world. Showing "MoonScape" in a group setting recreates the group-vibe of the period.

We provide a "Group Display License" so you are authorized to show "MoonScape" to any size group. Most DVDs purchased are licensed for only private use in a home. Not so, with our content. Show it to your entire class without paperwork to file or fees to pay.

You can show the entire documentary in one sitting, just like people viewed it in 1969 if you have a 3.5-hour block, Or you can show one or more "chapters: that are typically in 17-minute blocks. The entire documentary is divided into 13 chapters so show just a few in class or show the chapter sequentially over a number of days.

Also, since we can provide individual registrations to each member of your class, your student can go home and watch the entire documentary at home.

We Now Support Chromecast

To study group presentations, the media player embedded into our media web pages supports screencasting to the Google Chromcast device for casting our media to large-screen displays using the display's HDMI port.

With our support of casting, from your computer, tablet or smartphone - any device that can show our media player - you can send our videos to any big-screen high-definition TV that is equipped with the low-cost Chromecast device. The device is typically $35 at retailers or online.  If you are in WiFi range of a Chromecast device, the casting icon (see image to the left) will be automatically displayed in the media player's toolbar. Click on the casting icon and the video/audio payload of the player will be cast to your Chromecast-equipped TV. Only player's video and audio will be sent to the TV, which will be shown full screen. The remainder of the web page and its controls will not be seen on the TV, only on your computer or mobile device.

If your broadband connection is fast enough, you will see the video in full 1080p high definition.

No cables, no sizing of the screen to fit - no fuss, no muss.

If a Chromecast device is within range, the feature will auto-configure. Simply look for the Chromecast icon in the player toolbar and click it!

Screencasting is a perfect way to enjoy the film festival in a group environment or to have the "living room" experience that is perfect for watching our long-form film with a runtime of 3 hours and 27 minutes.