“Zambians In Space” Billboard mysteriously appears in Lusaka, Zambia.
“Zambians In Space” The Movie
1964. The great space race was on. In the ensuing fervor to reach the moon first, the United States of America and the Soviet Union overlooked Zambia, the one country that threatened to beat them to the moon…and…within days…land Matha Mwamba, (a 17-year-old African girl), a missionary and two specially trained cats on Mars.
Zambians in Space is based on a true story of the 1964 Zambian Space Academy and its leader Edward Nkoloso. Think a “Don Quixote” & “Cool Runnings” meets “The Right Stuff.”
The grassroots support campaign for “Zambians In Space” continues to grow.
Show your support of “Zambians In Space” by just posting your own “I Want Zambians In Space” photo or video and send us a link. You can also email us your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
A more detail description of the “Zambians In Space” project is available on the Movie Pitch link.
Check out hysterical archival footage and photos on the 1964 Zambian Space Academy on the Video & Photos page. You can find photos and videos submitted by our “Zambians In Space” Cadet Corps here too!
Keep up to date with on the “Zambians In Space” project on our ZIS News page.
“Zambians In Space” has the utmost respect for the rich cultural heritage of the Zambian people and strives to honor that through its philanthropic outreach. For more information please visit our Charitable Legacy page.
A Sneak Peek “NASA on Zambian Space Program”
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Zambians In Space© – 2012 Richard Nichols
Pitch – Writers Guild of America, West #1585203
Treatment – Writers Guild of America, West #1585207