Kris Kelvin Cuts Short

This is Other Worlds Austin Programmer, Michael Thielvoldt, reporting live from the OWA Interstellar Radio Broadcasting Station. I’m speaking today with renowned psychiatrist/cosmonaut Dr. Kris Kelvin, who--as I’m sure our listeners already know--has just reached the orbit of Solaris.

MT: Good morning, Dr. Kelvin.

Dr. Kelvin: доброе утро.

MT: Hold on, Dr. Kelvin. It looks like we are having a little trouble with our InstraTrans. Would you mind trying that again, please?

Dr. Kelvin: доброе утро ... [translating] ... Good morning.

MT: Excellent. It looks like we’re up and running. Thank you, Dr., for talking with us today.

Dr. Kelvin: It’s my pleasure, Michael. 

MT: Dr. Kelvin, on Earth you were an accomplished psychiatrist. And now, with your mission to Solaris, you are at the forefront of solaristics and a new age of human knowledge.

Dr. Kelvin: Ha-ha! Yes, I suppose so.

MT: A successful psychiatrist, a groundbreaking cosmonaut, and, from what I hear, a husband to boot. Ha-ha! Guys really can have it all! Tell me: how is the wife, Dr.?

Dr. Kelvin: Wife?… … … …

[Transmission Terminated]


As part of its Orbiter Year-Round Series, Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival is excited to present the Texas premiere of the SciFi thriller CAPSULE on Wednesday, September 21 (9:00pm) at Flix Brewhouse. Writer/Director Andrew Martin and Producer Paul Forrest will do a Q&A via Skype after the screening.

In the award-winning film set in the Cold War, a dysfunctional space capsule orbits the earth, losing oxygen, with a helpless British astronaut suffering hypoxia locked inside. With limited contact from his own team, he must turn to the deeply suspicious Russians and Americans for help, nations who don’t even know he’s up there.

One Man, One Mission, One Choice... Who will he Trust?


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