International Space Orchestra feature doc released on AMAZON


NBH Studio are delighted to announce that our debut feature film The International Space Orchestra (Rotterdam International Film Festival Nominee 2013) has now been released on Amazon!


This means that you can join the International Space Orchestra – an assembly of star-spangled space scientists from NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration,NASA Ames Research Center and SETI Institute, Singularity University and theInternational Space University ISU – in the adventure of performing a unique drama of non-terrestrial communication and the techno-wonders of mission control rooms. Featuring original music by Arthur Jeffes of Penguin Cafe and music written by Blurand Gorillazaz frontman Damon Albarn, singer Bobby Womack and producer Richard Russell; and Japanese superstar and Otamatone inventor, Maywa Denki. With lyrics by science fiction author Bruce Sterling and writer Jasmina Tešanović. Musical director: Two time Grammy award winner Evan Price. Space Scientists of NASA Ames Research Center and SETI Institute believe that understanding the crucial and elemental necessity of embracing both music and science will enable us to endure and thrive on our journey into space.

Our latest film, Disaster Playground which was one of Indiewire’s six highlights of SXSW 2015, selected at Sheffield 2015, premiered at the BFI in London, and raved by PopOptiq / Sound On Sightas ‘bombastic’ is ALSO AVAILABLE ONLINE:http://disasterplayground-com/

And purchase the DVD here:

And if you are fortunate enough to be in the USA/ North America the film is available on Netflix.