None other than Apollo 13 Astronaut Fred Haise will be credited as an executive producer on our film featuring General Tom Stafford, Apollo Reflections: The General on Gemini & Apollo, and you still have time to join him!

We are currently editing this film and seeking funding through our Indiegogo campaign.

While not directly involved in the film’s production, Fred was one of the first to support it and his generous support very much helped make it possible.  I am extremely grateful for and humbled by Fred’s generosity and kind words:

“The product I know will be outstanding but that is strictly due to the talent and efforts of yourself … thanks for your great work preserving some history from those who flew!” 

When Freddo sent his support for the film he wrote he considered the Apollo Reflections films to be “great productions,” and liked my “down to earth more informal interview style.”

If you haven’t seen our Apollo 13 film with Fred or Apollo 7 with Walt Cunningham, please do.

  • “Thank You” and “Special Thank You” credit with your name listed on our website and in the film;
  • The Apollo 10 Flight Images Collection USB including all 1400+ Apollo 10 mission photos in the highest resolution and quality ever offered;
  • The completed film, “Apollo Reflections: The General on Gemini & Apollo” (included on the mission USB – able to plug and play in any computer or smart tv);
  • The Complete Apollo 7 through Apollo 11 Mission Photograph Collection, “First Steps”, with over 5000 ultra-high-resolution photos on a custom Saturn V shaped USB;
  • Producer and Executive Producer credits in the film and the opportunity to have input in the final cut with the director and editor;
  • Complete transcripts of the interview;
  • Exclusive raw footage not included in the film;
  • Even autographed memorabilia hand-signed by the General himself! (Note that the autographed items offered are unique and will vary slightly from the images of the perks);
  • PLUS (since our next film will feature Apollo 9 astronaut Rusty Schweickart) an approximately 1/2 inch piece of FLOWN Kapton Foil from the first manned lunar module, Spider, retrieved by Apollo 9 astronaut Rusty Schweickart and from his personal collection with related documentation!

And of course, be part of a film about Tom Stafford along with Fred.

The film (estimated to run about 40 minutes) covers all four of Stafford’s missions (Gemini 6, Gemini 9, Apollo 10, and Apollo-Soyuz) as well as some of his childhood and influences growing up in Weatherford, Oklahoma.  I think it will be our best yet, and I’d love for you to be a part of it.

Thank you,

Jeremy Theoret