Terence McKenna (film producer)

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For the American writer, see Terence McKenna.
Terence McKenna
Nationality Canadian
Occupation journalist
Known for award winning filmmaker

Terence McKenna is a Canadian documentary filmmaker.[1][2] He has collaborated with his brother Brian McKenna, also an award winning filmmaker.[3]

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  1. ^ "Personalities A-Z: Terence McKenna". CBC News. Retrieved 2011-10-11. Since before 9/11, he has been following Al Qaeda activities, first making a documentary about Ahmed Ressam and the "Millennium Plot" called "Trail of a Terrorist" which was broadcast around the world after 9/11, notably on the PBS documentary program "FRONTLINE". That documentary was a co-winner of the "Gold Baton" Dupont-Columbia Award, considered the highest broadcasting award in the United States. In 2002, he made another documentary about Al Qaeda activities in Europe called "The Recruiters". A third CBC documentary on the topic, "Son of al Qaeda" was also broadcast of PBS FRONTLINE in April and June, 2004.  mirror
  2. ^ "Terence McKenna". Retrieved 2011-10-11.  mirror
  3. ^ http://rabble.ca/taxonomy/term/312. Retrieved 2011-10-11.  Missing or empty |title= (help) mirror
  4. ^ Donovan, Paul. Cinema Canada, "The Squamish Five", January 1989

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