documentary dedicated to late 9/11 1st responder
from newsday: Racked by pain and the ravages of leukemia, first responder Gregory Quibell of North Babylon allowed film crews to record poignant moments of his life.
For weeks, his visits to doctors and his struggles to pay medical bills were captured for a documentary called “Save the Brave,” which premiered last night at the Bellmore Theatre in Bellmore. The film’s opening is dedicated to Quibell, 53, who died Wednesday night at his home, friends said. The film features three other first responders living with Sept. 11-related illnesses.
“The movie had no actors in it. They were real-life heroes,” said John Feal, the film’s producer, who is president of the nonprofit FealGood Foundation and advocates for sick Sept. 11 responders. “Greg is proof that heroes are dying, and it’s unacceptable.”
‘the elephant in the room’ released
from 9/11 blogger: The Elephant in the Room is a documentary following British filmmaker Dean Puckett through his journey into the 9/11 Truth Movement: a global movement of ‘conspiracy theorists’ who believe that the official explanation about what happened on 9/11 is totally or partially inaccurate.
The filmmakers travel from middle England, across Europe and to New York for the six year anniversary of the attacks, where the film takes one final twist as we are introduced to the 9/11 first responders who are suffering from various grave health difficulties due to the toxic dust that they breathed in trying to help their country during the weeks after this tragic event.
Told with a personal hands on approach that avoids advancing any one position, the film asks the question: are these crazy conspiracy theorists? Or is 9/11 Truth a credible political movement?
jason bermas’ ‘fabled enemies’ is online
from paul joseph watson: Fabled Enemies is a departure from every other 9/11 truth film released so far. It comes off as more of a spy thriller than a mere conspiracy romp. With tight editing, slick presentation, and sublimely complimentary backing music, the documentary draws the viewer in for an eminently watchable experience.
The film begins by revealing, how in the very hours after 9/11, Osama bin Laden’s conviction of guilt in the court of public opinion was assured simply by constant repetition in the news media, and how the fairytale of 19 hijackers with box cutters began to unravel.
The film does not try to invent an alternative scenario behind what really happened on 9/11, it expertly demolishes the official version by concentrating on how Bin Laden’s network was protected every step of the way by higher-ups and the hijackers were issued visas while good FBI agents like Robert Wright attempted to penetrate the wider plot but were blocked from doing so.
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