Here’s a question: what event best defines the latter half of the 20th Century? The development of the atomic bomb? The birth of the internet? The emergence of the multichannel television universe? Canadian documentary filmmaker David Cherniack suggests the real answer might just be elsewhere, in the July 24, 1947 sighting near Washington State’s Mt. Ranier of seven mysterious metallic objects zooming across the sky at impossible speeds.
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July 27, we’re joined by Casey Walker, a director with YTV’s The Adrenaline Project who is funding his upcoming feature film project in a very unusual way — by selling frames of the movie for $10 each.
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