Mark Stewart Productions just announced today that its documentary “The Last Man On The Moon” will be released for public screening in cinemas from the 8th of April 2016. Directed by Mark Craig, the documentary features some of the most important names of space traveling like Eugene Cernan and Alan Bean.
When Apollo landed on the moon on December 1972, Cernan stepped off and left his footprints as well as his daughter’s initials Tracy, in the dust. Tracy’s rock is now world widely known and Cernan remains the last man to walk on the moon. To celebrate the UK release of the documentary, Mark Stewart Productions is planning an exclusive Q&A with American astronaut Captain Eugene “Gene” Cernan on Monday 11th April that will be live across UK cinema theatre and hosted by Sir Jackie Stewart. Cernan is now ready to tell the incredible story behind Tracy’s rock and to share his personal feelings over such a special relationship with the moon where Cernan and his daughter will forever belong.
“The Last Man on The Moon” will be in cinemas from 8 April with a special nationwide live Q&A in cinemas with Captain Eugene Cernan on 11 April, hosted by Sir Jackie Stewart.