Out of the Blue (2002 film)
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|Out of the Blue|
|Directed by||James Fox
|Written by||James Fox
|Starring||Narrated by Peter Coyote|
|Distributed by||Hannover House|
|Approx. 90 min.|
Out of the Blue is a feature-length documentary on the UFO phenomenon which premiered in theatres in July 2002 and, was first shown on television in June 2003. It was produced by American filmmaker James C. Fox.
The film is narrated by Peter Coyote and attempts to show, through interviews with members of the scientific community, eyewitnesses and high-ranking military and government personnel; that some unidentified flying objects could be of extraterrestrial origin and that secrecy and ridicule are used to shroud the UFO issue.
There is a follow-up sequel released as a History Channel special in 2009, named I Know What I Saw also by James Fox, which expands upon the testimonies given in Out of the Blue as well as documenting new sightings in the interim period after the release of Out of the Blue.
- 'I Know What I Saw' film website http://www.iknowwhatisawthemovie.com/synopsis.html. Retrieved 14 January 2014. Missing or empty
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