Thursday, August 04, 2005

Best Evidence UFO Documentary

From the Redstar Films Limited "PR department"

"Redstar Films Limited is pleased to announce a new UFO documentary:

Best Evidence: Top 10 UFO Cases

The film will provide a countdown of ten of the best UFO cases ever, as chosen by a diverse group of UFO experts in a poll we are close to concluding. The film will not embrace any particular explanation for the phenomenon. Instead, it will present the best evidence for the objective reality of the phenomenon – and then let the viewer make his or her own judgments.

Best Evidence: Top 10 UFO Cases will feature cutting edge animated recreations by Wingit Digital (LEXX, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Sin City, The Day After Tomorrow), photos, rarely seen records, contemporary footage from the top 10 locations, and commentary by some of the world’s leading experts on the UFO phenomenon. The result will be a film that is both entertaining and accessible to a broad audience, but does not sacrifice either objectivity or a serious approach."

We'll also be making a donation to the Project Blue Book Archive, which can be found at It is one of the most important UFO research resources available, and is a MUST bookmark for anyone interested in the serious study of the UFO phenomenon.

Best Evidence: Top 10 UFO Cases, begins filming in September (right after we wrap up filming on Fields of Fear), and will premiere in Canada on Space: The Imagination Station, sometime in the late winter / early spring of 2006.

Brad Sparks is acting as our Consultant on the project, and will be one of the experts interviewed in the film (which means people who have never met Brad will finally get to see what he looks like).

I'll be posting future updates here.

For more information, feel free to drop me a line at

I'm looking forward to making this one!

Paul Kimball


Mac said...

And I'm looking forward to *viewing* this one! Best wishes!

RRRGroup said...

There are 10 Top UFO cases?

I can only think of two...wait, I mean one...

I can't wait for the documentary.


Anonymous said...

sounds interesting... looking forward to seeing it