Thursday, September 23, 2010

The Day Before Disclosure - new Ufo documentary

This is the official trailer for the documentary The Day Before Disclosure by New Paradigm Films

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I haven't heard of this.

looks interesting will definately have a look when it comes out.

this woman linda has being in the field a good while now will look forward to this documentary.

hank.

Anonymous said...

This is an awesome documentary. You will hear more about it soon. Also available to watch on www.newparadigm.no along with many other movies and the complete interviews. Especially I recommend the long interview with Wendell Stevens. H

Anonymous said...

THE WHOLE VIDEO!

CLICK LINK

http://vimeo.com/13150886

Anonymous said...

yes, this documentary is already out for quite some time now.

a good view nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

After watching this documentary in its entirety (twice), I can honestly say that, "The Day Before Disclosure" is a great documentary - much, MUCH better than most. The presentation is world class and for the most part, very accurate.
HOWEVER -
There are a couple of instances where the producers could have done more to ensure accuracy, which in turn ensures credibility. I have no problem whatsoever with UFO expert/investigators such as Stanton Friedman, Richard Nolan, Dr. Bruce MacCabee, Nick Pope, Dr. Ed Michell, Linda M. Howe, just to name a few.
BUT, all it takes is one(1) lying phony to cast a dark shadow across the entire field. I am referring to, of course, Robert Dean.

ROBERT DEAN IS A BOIL ON THE BUTT OF UFOlogy~!

This guy chases documentary producers dog-like, constantly nipping at their (Achilles)heels, pulling on their coattails, doing anything and everything to insert himself into the picture - and most of the time it works. No doubt, he is a smooth operator and a master of, what sociologists term, 'Impression Management'. Luckily, his role in this film is minimal and so, the damage done is negligible.
The Rendlesham Forest case is the only other famous UFOlogical episode that is handled a little too loosely. The producers chose to focus on Larry Warren's testimony as to what transpired there. Warren has drawn more than a little negative criticism from the other witnesses including LtC. Halt, the assistant base commander and chief witness, and the only one who retained any direct evidence (he recorded the entire episode on a micro-cassette) of that night. Halt has testified that he never saw Warren during the encounter and has emphatically denied the presence of any EBE's in or near the UFO in question.
Above and beyond the exceptions aforementioned, this documentary will prove to be one of the all-time best.
Having studied this phenomenon for 3 decades, and after seeing God knows how many documentaries and reading even more books on the subject, I feel more than comfortable rating "The Day Before Disclosure" as one of the top 5 UFO documentaries ever produced.
It's available "in its entirety" at Vimeo.com - Check it out ASAP, it will prove to be the best 1:39:10 min. you've ever invested...Well...you know, the best 1:39:10 you've ever invested in "watching a film on UFO's" --

Endrid.D.Cold said...

After watching this documentary in its entirety (twice), I can honestly say that, "The Day Before Disclosure" is a great documentary - much, MUCH better than most. The presentation is world class and for the most part, very accurate.
HOWEVER -
There are a couple of instances where the producers could have done more to ensure accuracy, which in turn ensures credibility. I have no problem whatsoever with UFO expert/investigators such as Stanton Friedman, Richard Nolan, Dr. Bruce MacCabee, Nick Pope, Dr. Ed Michell, Linda M. Howe, just to name a few.
BUT, all it takes is one(1) lying phony to cast a dark shadow across the entire field. I am referring to, of course, Robert Dean.

ROBERT DEAN IS A BOIL ON THE BUTT OF UFOlogy~!

This guy chases documentary producers dog-like, constantly nipping at their (Achilles)heels, pulling on their coattails, doing anything and everything to insert himself into the picture - and most of the time it works. No doubt, he is a smooth operator and a master of, what sociologists term, 'Impression Management'. Luckily, his role in this film is minimal and so, the damage done is negligible.
The Rendlesham Forest case is the only other famous UFOlogical episode that is handled a little too loosely. The producers chose to focus on Larry Warren's testimony as to what transpired there. Warren has drawn more than a little negative criticism from the other witnesses including LtC. Halt, the assistant base commander and chief witness, and the only one who retained any direct evidence (he recorded the entire episode on a micro-cassette) of that night. Halt has testified that he never saw Warren during the encounter and has emphatically denied the presence of any EBE's in or near the UFO in question.
Above and beyond the exceptions aforementioned, this documentary will prove to be one of the all-time best.
Having studied this phenomenon for 3 decades, and after seeing God knows how many documentaries and reading even more books on the subject, I feel more than comfortable rating "The Day Before Disclosure" as one of the top 5 UFO documentaries ever produced.
It's available "in its entirety" at Vimeo.com - Check it out ASAP, it will prove to be the best 1:39:10 min. you've ever invested...Well...you know, the best 1:39:10 you've ever invested in "watching a film on UFO's" --

Endrid.D.Cold said...

After watching this documentary in its entirety (twice), I can honestly say that, "The Day Before Disclosure" is a great documentary - much, MUCH better than most. The presentation is world class and for the most part, very accurate.
HOWEVER -
There are a couple of instances where the producers could have done more to ensure accuracy, which in turn ensures credibility. I have no problem whatsoever with UFO expert/investigators such as Stanton Friedman, Richard Nolan, Dr. Bruce MacCabee, Nick Pope, Dr. Ed Michell, Linda M. Howe, just to name a few.
BUT, all it takes is one(1) lying phony to cast a dark shadow across the entire field. I am referring to Robert Dean.
This clown is A BOIL ON THE BUTT OF UFOlogy whose ability to lie straight faced rivals that of Bill Clinton.
The Rendlesham Forest case is the only other famous UFOlogical episode that is handled a little too loosely. The producers chose to focus on Larry Warren's testimony as to what transpired there. Warren has drawn more than a little negative criticism from the other witnesses including LtC. Halt(chief witness & ass't base commander). Halt has testified that he never saw Warren during the encounter and has emphatically denied the presence of any EBE's in or near the UFO in question.
Above and beyond the exceptions aforementioned, this documentary will prove to be one of the all-time best.
Having studied this phenomenon for 3 decades, and after seeing God knows how many documentaries and reading even more books on the subject, I feel more than comfortable rating "The Day Before Disclosure" as one of the top 5 UFO documentaries ever produced.
It's available "in its entirety" at Vimeo.com - Check it out ASAP, it will prove to be the best 1:39:10 min. you've ever invested...Well...you know, the best 1:39:10 you've ever invested in "watching a film on UFO's" --