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Film director Justin Barber discussing behind the scenes of the new film, Phoenix Forgotten, based on the Phoenix Lights, March 13, 1997. Then, Open Lines.
Justin Barber is a commercial director and VFX artist in Los Angeles. Phoenix Forgotten is his first feature. He previously produced Medicine for Melancholy, directed by Barry Jenkins, and is a partner in the commercial production company, Strike Anywhere. He is a graduate of the Florida State University School of Motion Picture Arts.
Recorded Live 12-16-15, Alejandro Rojas with the news, and James Fox talks about his upcoming movie, 701, and what it was like interviewing incredible witnesses for Out of the Blue, I Know What I saw and more. He further discusses the danger of having UFO evidence, and cases involving close encounters of the third kind, he says his best footage is yet to be released and you can look forward to it in 701 in the next year or two! For more info, go to the show notes below. If you have not become a supporter for only $2 per month or more, you will really want to for the second part of this interview.
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Director James Fox was born in England and raised in New York and California. He began his journalism career early in life as an assistant to father/writer Charles Fox, a quadriplegic with Multiple Sclerosis. Together they traveled on many magazine assignments, interviewing such notables as Stephen Hawking and race car legend Dan Gurney for the likes of Rolling Stone, Car & Driver to Sports Illustrated. James finished and sold his first documentary to Discovery by the time he was 28. He has since completed and distributed TV projects for Sci-Fi, TLC, National Geographic and History Channel and has made frequent appearances on Larry King Live, Night Line, Dateline, Anderson Cooper and others. His latest film on UFOs, I Know What I Saw, is being distributed by A&E and Content Films International. (source)