The Last Person on Mars
A new sci-fi short film by Andrew Finch portrays a crewed mission to Mars that ends in catastrophe. Check out these behind-the-scenes photos from the making of "Others Will Follow." [Watch the Film: Martian Missive: 'Others Will Follow' Film Explores Last Message from Mars]
Interior of a Mock Spaceship
Filmmakers created mock electronics panels for their fictional spaceship with ordinary computer monitors.
Co-director of photography Greg Cotten recreates the Apollo 11 moon landing in miniature form.
Wrecking a Spaceship
The crashed spaceship is actually much smaller in real life than it appears in the short film.
The mini spaceship model is seen under construction before "wrecking" into the dusty Martian landscape.
Setting the Scene
One of the filmmakers is seen working on the wrecked miniature spaceship model.
Wreckage in the Dark
Filmmakers shoot the miniature spaceship in the dark to create the scene where the crew crash-landed on Mars.
Back to 1969
A scene in the film is set in the year 1960, when the Apollo 11 astronauts first went to the moon.
A Lonely Astronaut
An astronaut played by Winston Tao is among the doomed crewmembers who attempt the risky mission to Mars.
Andrew Finch, the director of "Others Will Follow," also produced the music and sound effects for the sci-fi short.
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