Meet film director Harry Waldo McNixon. He’s a big shot. He’s worked for all the major studios. He’s got a list of credits a mile long. But his greatest work as a filmmaker–his masterpiece–went uncredited. That’s because in 1969, Harry McNixon helmed the filming of the world’s most famous footage: the Apollo 11 moon landing. That’s a wrap is a dark and oft comedic re-imagining of the Apollo 11 moon landing conspiracy theory.