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The Eternal Sky (Filming)

The film Eternal Sky chronicles the construction of the world’s first telescope that will be able to identify the origins of the universe by observing the very first light caused by the Big Bang. The telescope is a time machine being constructed at an astounding elevation of 17,000 feet (5,000 meters) in the world’s driest climate, the Atacama desert in Chile. It’s discoveries will ultimately question the very origins of life of the whole universe.

Director: Debra Kellner
Director of Photography: Igor Kropotov

Shot on location in New York City, The Atacama Desert in Chile, Germany and Lithuania.


October 19, 2020




Debra Kellner, Director of Photography, Documentary, Eternal Sky, Igor Kropotov, The Eternal Sky