Christopher Carson, Alan Bean, Dennis Hope, Peter Kokh
A frequently hilarious yet always affectionate look at a group of individuals who are obsessed with the moon.
Simon EnnisSimon Ennis’s first feature You Might As Well Live premiered at the 2009 Slamdance Film Festival where it won the Dos Equis Most Interesting Film Award. Ennis’s short films have screened at over a dozen international Film Festivals including Toronto, Los Angeles, Hawaii and Vancouver and have aired on the Sundance and IFC channels, as well as Bravo! and Showcase Television. Lunarcy! is Ennis’s second feature film and his first documentary.
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