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A madness! “Spaceflight becomes available”: Russia to shoot film in space

  • by Alba luz Leal
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UNITED STATES.- One of the professions that deals with the subject of the Universe the most is without a doubt the cinema. And recently, the Russian space agency “Roscosmos” announced a real bomb: its first film shot in space. Therefore, it has been revealed that actress Yuliya Peresild and director Klim Shipenko will arrive at the International Space Station (ISS) to begin filming. “The expedition is expected to launch on October 5, 2021 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on the Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft,” Roscosmos said in a statement. In addition, they clarified that the film will be called “The Challenge” and is expected to be a “space drama”. Shipenko made such films as “Kholop”, “Salyut-7” or “Text”. Both the actress and the director will have a backup team; actress Alyona Mordovina and director Alexey Dudin. Likewise, “El Desafío” was written by Klim and will have the participation of the pilot Galina Kairova. She was invited to continue the selection process to choose the cosmonauts who will perform their duties in a fully professional manner. While it is true that more details about the film’s plot are not known, the project will have Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian space agency, as co-producer. It has also been reported that this film is part of a large-scale science and education project. For this reason, it has been revealed that there will be a series of documentaries that will take an in-depth look at the topic of launching space vehicles. “The project will become a clear example that space flight is gradually becoming available not only to professionals, but also to an increasingly wide range of actors,” they revealed. Finally, space training is scheduled to begin on June 1. The cinema will therefore take a new step in the field, of course, with high expectations and a lot of work to do.