In an effort to foster greater understanding of humanity’s connection to the sky, the One Sky Project, which is led by the ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center, sponsored by the Thirty Meter Telescope, and supported by the California Academy of Sciences, the Franklin Institute, NSF’s NOIRLab, and the Thirty Meter Telescope, has released a series of seven short fulldome films and a compiled feature film focusing on cultural and Indigenous astronomy. The project is an international collaboration that seeks to build cross-cultural connections and increase understanding of different Indigenous perspectives while demonstrating how our one sky connects us all. The films are now free to download for planetariums around the world. We do not distribute physical copies of the films, and only offer the formats listed on the web.
Each short film is self-contained, can be shown in any order, and is being provided at no charge by the One Sky Project. These movies were developed so that planetariums can tailor their shows in accordance with the logistics and themes that best fit their desired presentation.
Interested planetariums are requested to submit the Usage Questionnaire below to record the use and to protect the creative contribution of all the artists and individuals from unintended or unallowed use. When approved you will receive an email in return with the password to unzip the master frames.
Thank you for your interest in the One Sky Project and these wonderful films!
The One Sky Project