Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Fields of Fear Premiere Scheduled

Space: The Imagination Station has scheduled the premiere for Fields of Fear. You can tune in and catch it for the first time (they'll be airing it many times after that over the next four years) on Friday, September 15th, at 10 pm Eastern Standard Time.

I'm proud of this film, which has taken longer to finish than any I've worked on before. I did my best to get it right, and provide a fair and balanced view of cattle mutilations. Kevin Randle takes on the role of the resident "debunker" of the paranormal explanation this time around, and paranormal researchers Greg Bishop and Nick Redfern provide further commentary (with a cameo appearance by Stan Friedman). We also get to hear from a number of citizens of St. Paul , Alberta, including Mayor John Trefanenko, Editor of the St. Paul Journal Jay Gutteridge, and the former head of the town's chamber of commerce, Paul Pelletier, who was with Fern on his first cattle mute investigation.

At the end of the day, however, the film is really about Fern Belzil, for whom I have developed a great deal of respect. He's a straight-shooter, which is a welcome rarity in a world increasingly full of bafflegab and b.s., and that comes through in the film. Whether or not you think cattle mutes are real, there's no question that Fern is 100% real!

Paul Kimball


Anonymous said...

Any chance of US release on the horizon or, barring that, DVD?

It sounds outstanding. Good work!

Paul Kimball said...


As always, we'll try to sell the film into the US market (people south of the border can feel free to bombard Sci-Fi with requests to acquire the film!!). I also hope to have a DVD distribution deal in place before the end of 2006, but nothing is locked down yet.


Anonymous said...

I don't understand how any documentary on Cattle Multilation could even get started without Linda Moulton Howe. She has done more on site research in this area then all the others combined. This is why we never get to the bottom of things and show the truth to much granstanding.

Paul Kimball said...


Re: Linda Moulton Howe:

see: http://redstarfilms.blogspot.com/2006/05/lmh-fields-of-fear.html


Old Gary said...

I would certainly buy a DVD when available. Keep us informed as to how to purchase one.

I am a LMH fan also. I think she has done more than anyone else to dig up and publicize "high strangeness."

P.S. Your friend, Arthur, has a new post today.