Robb Moss received a 2004 Independent Spirit Award nomination for The Same River Twice, which premiered at Sundance. His other films have shown at the Telluride Film Festival, Lincoln Center, MoMA, and other venues from Amsterdam to Ankara. As a cinematographer, he has shot films in Ethiopia, Hungary, Japan, Liberia, Mexico, and Turkey. Moss has taught filmmaking at Harvard University for the past 20 years. Peter Galison teaches the history of science and physics at Harvard University. Among his awards are a MacArthur fellowship, a Pfizer Award for his book Image and Logic, and the Max Planck and Humboldt Stiftung Prize. His books include How Experiments End, Einstein's Clocks, Poincaré's Maps, and most recently Objectivity. His film on the moral-political debates over the H-bomb, Ultimate Weapon: The H-bomb Dilemma has been shown frequently on The History Channel.