4th Annual 9/11 Film Festival
American, German, and Italian documentary films will be premiered. 9/11 and Nationalist Faith, produced by Ken Jenkins, features David Ray Griffin, a professor emeritus of philosophy of religion and theology whose books include The New Pearl Harbor and 9/11 Contradictions. In this film he addresses the question of why many people won’t even consider the evidence that the official story of 9/11 must be false. He focuses on the blind faith many have about this country, that the US only does good things.
In Their Own Words: The Untold Stories of the 9/11 Families is a sequel to 9/11 Press for Truth. Produced by Ray Nowosielski, Kyle Hence, and Rory O'Connor, it features the voices of the families who forced the official Commission upon a reluctant White House, as well as rare news clips that were intended to be included in the original film.
The German documentary 9/11 False Flag focuses on the inconsistencies in the official version of the events, as well as on the evidence that has been suppressed regarding September 11th.
The Italian documentary Zero: An Investigation into 9/11 makes the case that the official version of the events surrounding the attacks on 9/11 cannot be true and explores the latest scientific evidence and testimony, which directly conflict with the US Government's account. Featuring Gore Vidal and Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo, the documentary was produced by Europarliamentarian Guilietto Chiesa. According to the Italian daily newspaper Il Corriere della Sera, “What results is a sequence of contradictions, gaps and omissions of stunning gravity.”
Also premiering is the film noir Able Danger, produced by Paul Krik, a fast-paced, highly produced art film inspired by activist, author, cafe owner and muckraker Sander Hicks. The fictionalized truther falls for a mysterious beauty who arrives at his cafe with proof of American Intelligence involvement in 9/11. She possesses the Able Danger hard drive, the smoking gun that identifies the real architects of 9/11. The film gets its title from the secret US government program of the same name that destroyed 2.5 terabytes of data in May and June of 2000.
The event is a benefit for the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance. A $10 donation is requested. The full schedule and details are posted at http://www.communitycurrency.org/filmfestival2008.html .
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