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Hubble 3D -- Through the power of IMAX 3D, Hubble will enable moviegoers to journey through distant galaxies to explore the grandeur and mysteries of our celestial surroundings, and accompany astronauts as they attempt the most difficult tasks in NASA's history.
Hubble 3D -- An IMAX 3D camera chronicles the effort of 7 astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis to repair the Hubble Space Telescope
Hubble 3D -- Clip: Various Footage From The STS-125 Mission
Hubble 3D -- Featurette: Behind The Scenes Part 2
Hubble 3D -- Interview: Toni Myers "On training the astronauts"

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Toni Myers (written by) &
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Release Date:
19 March 2010 (USA) See more »
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An IMAX 3D camera chronicles the effort of 7 astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 
Scott D. Altman ... Himself - Shuttle Commander

Leonardo DiCaprio ... Narrator
Andrew J. Feustel ... Himself - Astronaut
Michael T. Good ... Himself - Astronaut
John M. Grunsfeld ... Himself - Mission Specialist
Gregory C. Johnson ... Himself - Shuttle Pilot
Michael J. Massimino ... Himself - Mission Specialist
K. Megan McArthur ... Herself - Astronaut

Directed by
Toni Myers 
 
Writing credits
Toni Myers (written by) &
Frank Summers (written by) &
Graeme Ferguson (written by)

Produced by
Judy Carroll .... associate producer
Graeme Ferguson .... executive producer
Toni Myers .... producer
 
Original Music by
Micky Erbe 
Maribeth Solomon 
 
Cinematography by
James Neihouse 
 
Film Editing by
Toni Myers 
 
Production Management
Charisse Lindsey .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Courtney Bishop .... adr recordist
Jenna Dalla Riva .... foley recording assistant
Ed Douglas .... sound editor
Ed Douglas .... sound re-recording mixer
Sue Fawcett .... assistant sound editor
Brooke Graeff .... foley assistant
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Cory Mandel .... sound re-recording mixer
Christopher Miller .... sound editor
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Bruce Nyznik .... narration recording supervisor
Paul Shubat .... sound re-recording mixer
Greg Smith .... sound recordist
Peter Thillaye .... supervising sound editor
Lan Tran .... assistant sound editor
Don White .... foley recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Artin Aryaei .... senior compositor
Greg Bacon .... visual effects artist
Peter Bas .... senior compositor
A.J. Christensen .... visual effects
Bret Culp .... visual effects supervisor: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Theo Diamantis .... senior compositor
Luke Groves .... visual effects coordinator: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Nicolai Grut .... stereoscopic compositor
Brian Howald .... lead compositor
Brian Howald .... senior compositor
Aravinth Vince Kesavamoorthy .... digital artist
John Mariella .... visual effects
Briana Nuttall .... lead digital artist
Carrie Richardson .... visual effects production manager: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Todd J. Robertson .... 3D supervisor
Todd J. Robertson .... technical director
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... digital compositor
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... film recording
Gian Carlo Sherman .... digital artist
Jeff Sinasac .... digital artist
Alan So .... digital artist
Brad van Bodegom .... digital artist
Adrian Van Der Park .... stereoscopic compositor
Rainy Venne .... compositor
Chris Wallace .... digital intermediate colourist
Wendy Whaley .... head of compositing
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Zack Austin .... assistant camera
Zack Austin .... grip
Andrew Campbell .... grip
Mark Clark .... gaffer
David Douglas .... additional photography
Rolf Eberlein .... electrician
Howard Hall .... additional photography
Jeff Howison .... best boy
Peter Kragh .... additional photography
Dylan Reade .... first assistant camera: NBL
Barry Strickland .... electrician
John Walsh .... key grip
 
Editorial Department
Juliane Brown .... first assistant editor
Michael Cowing .... assistant editor
Kevin Downer .... digital intermediate assistant
Christopher Holland .... additional assistant editor
Lee Hughes .... digital intermediate project manager
Tom Mayclim .... digital intermediate data wrangler
 
Music Department
Dustin Harris .... music editor
Cory Mandel .... music scoring mixer
 
Other crew
Juliane Brown .... post production coordinator
Vince Buda .... production assistant
Vanessa Chiara .... production coordinator
Greg Denny .... production associate: IMAX
Michele Erdman .... production assistant
Corey Jennings .... production assistant
Moises Jimenez .... film recordist
James Neihouse .... astronaut training manager
 

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44 min | USA:40 min
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During an interview on the Bob Rivers Show (Seattle, May 2010), director Toni Myers remarked, "One of the things, in our training, we have this shopping list of scenes that we developed together with Ray J [nickname of shuttle pilot Gregory C. Johnson] for the eight minutes, and that's quite prescribed. But we always say: Now, if an alien comes up and looks into the camera, don't not shoot it because it isn't on the list!"See more »
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
A Nutshell Review: Hubble, 29 May 2011
Author: DICK STEEL from Singapore

The latest attraction at the Science Centre Omni Theatre, Hubble is presented sans the 3D version since the venue can only project 2D IMAX films. A friend who attended the special preview at Shaw Lido IMAX had mentioned that Hubble 3D was one of the trailers shown as an up and coming feature, but I remain a skeptic because I can't imagine a commercial cinema operator wanting to showcase a 40 minute documentary, when it probably can make a lot more showing the latest blockbusters in the format. I will be glad to stand corrected, but it remains to be seen.

The Hubble Space Telescope was launched into orbit some 21 years ago to much fanfare, and even more fuss made over it when it was discovered it had myopia (OK, in case you really think I meant that, it had faulty mirrors). So more space programmes were launched to have its telescopic sight fixed through the application of contact lens equivalents, and since then we've been treated to some of the most astounding pictures captured of our galaxy and beyond. This film chronicles the final servicing mission undertaken by the crew of Space Shuttle Atlantis in May 2009, and in fact is quite lightweight in treatment and narrative.

There isn't much of a background on what and how Hubble was designed and conceived - you're left to your own devices to get chummy with the telescope. The bulk of the documentary focuses on the crew of the Atlantis and their mission at hand, from ground training at NASA, to the blast off from the launchpad, with quick glimpses of their life aboard the shuttle, before a rather detailed look at their space walk and repair at hand, with the narration, by Leonardo DiCaprio, focused on the danger of having their suits ripped by sharp, pointy objects as part of their work.

The other focus of Hubble the film is on the images captured by it, which gives space and astronomy idiots like myself a quick and slight introduction to stars, systems, nebulas and the peek inside those astonishing vastness of space invisible to the naked eye. With infra-red lenses too we get to see past space clouds that mask hidden gems beneath, and truly that's something that made this documentary stand out a little.

Still, I would have preferred if it had a more holistic approach to Hubble, but for what it is, presented on an IMAX format, it's still quite something to behold. Recommended!

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