Once back on Earth, the Apollo 11 crew has been locked inside a quarantine, in order to avoid any contamination from lunar microbes.

The first phase of the quarantine took place inside the “air-stream”, a vehicle where they lived for four days, during the trip that led them to Houston’s sealed laboratories.

While the whole world, with its clamor and expectations pushes outside the air-stream’s window, Collins, Armstrong and Aldrin find themselves projected in the recent and intrusive lunar memories, which leaves them hanging in a limbo between the Earth and the moon.

Noemi Forti (IT)

Noemi Forti was born in Massa Marittima, a small town in Tuscany.  She grew up in Pisa, where she graduated in Cinema and Drama with a dissertation on Dramaturgy. In Pisa she also studied and practiced ballet, theater and creative writing. She has always cultivated many interests but her preferred area was cinema. In 2016 she moved to Milan to study Film Directing at Scuola di Civica Luchino Visconti. Her final project, Moondust, was a multimedia project that consisted of a VR short and interactive installation. Cinema, then, becomes her main medium of research and interest. She has made short films, documentaries, screendance projects, music videos. She is currently working on writing her first feature film.