October 2019 Fiction & Entertainment General Titles

Making Moon: A British Sci-Fi Cult Classic Simon Ward, foreword by Duncan Jones

Making Moon: A British Sci-Fi Cult Classic
Simon Ward, foreword by Duncan Jones


Hardback | Oct 2019 | Titan Publishing Group | 9781789091007 | 144pp | 305x254mm | GEN | AUD$65.00, NZD$79.99

Directed by Duncan Jones, and written by Nathan Parker from a story by Jones, Moon is a 2009 science fiction drama following Sam Bell, a man who experiences a personal crisis as he nears the end of a three-year solitary stint mining helium-3 on the moon.

Independently financed and produced on a modest budget, Moon became an instant cult classic. It was well received by critics and audiences alike, and was particularly praised for its scientific plausibility and realism.

Making Moon takes an in-depth look back at the film's production: It features interviews with the film's key creatives and includes rare concept and behind-the-scenes images, as well as excerpts from the original shooting script.