Hidden Figures (2016)
The untold story of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson – brilliant African-American women working at NASA and serving as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history – the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.
8 Kinolab Clips
Katherine, Dorothy, and Mary get a police escort to their jobs at NASA.
Clip #: 1, Contributor: Samuel Grad
Katherine Meets the Space Task Group
Katherine is assigned to Al Harrison's Space Task Group to work as a computer and soon finds out that she'll have to open minds to get ahead.
Clip #: 2, Contributor: Samuel Grad
Dorothy takes her children to the library for a book on computer programming.
Clip #: 3, Contributor: Samuel Grad
Things Heat Up at NASA
As the Redstone rockets continue to fail, NASA turns to computers as a possible solution. Mary, Katherine, and Dorothy do their part in the space race.
Clip #: 4, Contributor: Samuel Grad
I Work Like a Dog
Katherine stands up to Al Harrison for her right to go to the bathroom.
Clip #: 5, Contributor: Samuel Grad
Mary Goes to Court
Mary petitions the court to take classes at Hampton High School so she can become an engineer.
Clip #: 6, Contributor: Samuel Grad
I Like Her Numbers
Katherine Impresses John Glenn with her math ability.
Clip #: 7, Contributor: Samuel Grad
I Have Nothing Against Y'all
Dorothy encounters Mrs. Mitchell in the newly integrated restroom.
Clip #: 8, Contributor: Samuel Grad