And yes, sorry for the strong of clichés, but it is out of this world. An award for a shooting star. Star stuff and Carl Sagan would call it.
It’s formed from the fusion crust as the dense, mainly composed of iron, super heated and burned as it entered the atmosphere. You can see and feel the texture of that superheating and burning in the surface of the meteorite.
It’s heavy. It’s massive. And as soon as anyone sees it and knows what it is, they want to hold it. And when they do, their face lights up in a kind of awe. They are holding a visitor from space!
Like I said. Magic.
On May 31st the screenwriter who wins the Best Script Award at the world première of Impact50 will walk away with what I consider to be the best screenwriting prize on planet earth.
You can still get tickets for the red carpet premiere and awards on May 31st HERE. Please do join us and bring a friend or six.
Reviews of the film are now starting to appear and I will be sharing what reviewers are saying about the film soon as I can. And Impact50 MUST be seen on a huge screen with HUGE sound too.
See you on the red carpet.
Onwards and upwards!
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