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    Ares 11 is a science fiction thriller set aboard a military surveillance spacecraft. Four crew members of the Ares 11 are faced with an unimaginable dilemma when their ship is attacked, leaving only enough air for two of them to return to base alive.

Starring: David Hyland, Patricia Goodrich, Jack James and HavreDe Hill
Directed by: Robert Goodrich
Screenplay by: Robert Goodrich
Produced by: Hunu Films
Executive Producer: Eric Bell, Producers Jerry Bell and Al Bay

  The film is being shot at the G-Star Studios in South Florida. Several of the props and space suits used in the film were loaned to the production company by HighTechScience.org

   Here are some pictures and a YouTube video taken on the set of the movie.

First shot, seventh day. - Photo by Robert Goodrich
David Hyland (Hunter) and Patricia Storch-Goodrich (Nova) - Photo by Robert Goodrich
Part of the set for Ares 11 - Photo by Rick Newman
Director Robert Goodrich fixing the set - Photo by Rick Newman
Actress HavreDe Hill getting ready for a shot with director Robert Goodrich & costume designer Leslye Menshouse - Photo by Rick Newman
HavreDe Hill gets a last minute adjustment from director Robert Goodrich & costume designer Leslye Menshouse - Photo by Rick Newman
Getting ready to shoot a scene - Photo by Rick Newman
Actress HavreDe Hill - Photo by Rick Newman
HavreDe Hill in one of the HighTechScience.org Space Suits - Photo by Robert Goodrich
Executive Producer Eric Bell (right), and Producer Jerry Bell on the set of Ares 11 - Photo by Robert Goodrich
The smoke clears on the last shot of Ares 11, and the crew of Mid Deck gathers for a final photo on the set.

Here are YouTube video's showing the interior of the space ship.

 





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