1. The confession of the grassy knoll gunman - Trailer VOD

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    from Wim Dankbaar / Added

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    To download the complete film visit http://www.jfkmurdersolved.com/cinema.htm

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    • James Files confession 1994 - Trailer VOD

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      from Wim Dankbaar / Added

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      • EYE ON THE SIXTIES (Theatrical Trailer)

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        from Chris Szwedo / Added

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        EYE ON THE 60s: The Iconic Photography of Rowland Scherman is a fascinating and award-winning recollection of a remarkable era in American History—the 1960’s, seen through the work of noted LIFE photographer Rowland Scherman. Learn of key moments and people from someone on the inside-- JFK, The Peace Corps, The March On Washington, Dylan, The Beatles, LBJ, RFK, and Woodstock. It’s all here—an organic trip through the past, as well as an essay on technological change, and the passage of time. If you’re a boomer this is your film! “An absolutely wonderful, loving, and astute work.” -- Former LIFE D.C. Bureau Chief Richard B. Stolley “I am deeply moved.”— Legendary Journalist Bill Moyers EYE ON THE 60s CELEBRATES A PHOTOGRAHER’S VIEW Film Review by Mark Schumann “THE REEL DAD” The Ridgefield Press (Hersamacorn Media) November 20, 2014 A friend of mine who loves movies refuses to watch documentaries. While I suggest this view limits his cinema experience, he responds that, if he wants to watch real people on screen, he can turn his television to the real housewives. After I speculate that reality shows may not be all that real, I urge him to consider how documentary films create magic on screen by using the lens to explore a person’s soul, a chapter in history or a moment in time we may never experience in real time. This weekend, the Ridgefield Playhouse Film Society brings a special documentary — Eye On The 60s: The Iconic Photography of Rowland Scherman — that could change my friend’s view. With a keen sense of purpose, and a sincere respect for the subject, director Chris Szwedo beautifully describes a man’s journey as a photojournalist and the moments of time his camera captures. Without trying to tell too much story, or make too much of the story he tells, Szwedo uses his camera to go inside Scherman’s creative mind just as the photographer uses his lens to reach behind the eyes of his subjects. The result is a fascinating chance to revisit a momentous time in our nation’s history and to celebrate the art a camera can produce. This man’s view of his world challenges us to take a closer look at the paths we walk each day. With Scherman’s commentary serving as the narration, Szwedo celebrates the photographer’s uncanny ability to find himself in the middle of many milestone moments of the 1960s, from the early days of the Peace Corps to the March on Washington to the music of Woodstock. Without taking himself too seriously, and always respecting the seriousness of his work, Scherman reveals the accidental journey his career followed as he discovered his passion for using a camera to capture the souls of people and the meaning of moments. He credits good fortune with much of his success, never suggesting that he became one of the nation’s leading photojournalists — and a favorite of Life Magazine — because he is good. Instead he refers to the places he visits and the people he observes as reasons for his accomplishments although he does acknowledge, with a smile, that he could move around with agility in his younger years. “I see the light shining out of people and I trip the shutter when I see that happen,” he comments about his work. “I see images that tell a story. If I can show how I feel about someone, maybe I should be photographing that person.” With commentary from Scherman’s friend Tom Clark, and singer Judy Collins, director Szwedo paints a picture of a humble man who wonders if he “became a professional by accident.” Instead of building a case for the importance of Scherman’s accomplishments, Szwedo lets the work speak for itself, filling the film with incredible images the photographer captured during the decade, from celebrities (including The Beatles and Bob Dylan) to politicians (JFK, LBJ and RFK) to ordinary citizens experiencing incredible times. As the director explores the artist’s craft, he reveals a touching sentiment when Scherman observes that technology may make it too easy to take photographs, warmly recalling the dials and calculations that defined his routine. By using so many of his photographs — and letting Scherman tell his story — Szwedo enhances our sense of discovery. We revisit a time that changed the world as we reach inside the creative mind of a man who preserved so many moments. As Scherman remarks, “my job is to document the movement of people. I am a fly on a wall.” For us, our memories of those moments are richer because this man chooses, as he describes, to “take snaps.” 5 Popcorn Buckets! A FILM BY CHRIS SZWEDO With Rowland Scherman, Judy Collins, Richard B. Stolley, Tom Clark Featuring the Photography of Rowland Scherman Original Music Soundtrack: Chris Szwedo Additional Music: Daniel Byrnes Running Time: 88 Minutes Copyright 2013 Chris Szwedo, LLC OFFICIAL SELECTION 2013 SIDEWALK, EDINDOCS, AND FAIRHOPE FILM FESTIVALS WINNER: BEST DOCUMENTARY 2013 FAIRHOPE FILM FESTIVAL

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        • "Ich bin ein Berliner" - John F. Kennedy in Germany 1963

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          June 26th 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of U.S. President John F. Kennedy's famous speech: "Ich bin ein Berliner". The speech, which underlined the United States support for West Germany in the wake of the construction of the Berlin Wall, proved to be a great morale boost for the people of West Berlin. It concluded President Kennedy's state visit to Germany, during which he also visited the cities of Cologne, Bonn, Hanau, Frankfurt and Wiesbaden. More clips at www.framepool.com/en/search/kennedy+germany+1963/ BLOG: http://blog.framepool.com TWITTER: http://twitter.com/framepool FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/framepool

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          • HIP AND BONE presents: THE ONE PERCENT

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            • At the Foot of the Ladder

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              from Isaac Deitz / Added

              "At the Foot of the Ladder" is a short piece I made on the struggle and journey it is to be in a band. I took John F. Kennedy's 17 minute speech on going to the moon, I cut it and reorganized it to match the story of my friends "House of Heroes". Enjoy! I went out for a weekend on the road with the band House of Heroes with a GH2 and decided to give it a try.

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              • Conspiracy theories: What do Americans believe fifty years after the JFK assassination?

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                More here: http://ow.ly/qD6m0 Fifty years after the JFK assassination, AEI’s Andrew Rugg talks to people in Washington DC about whether they believe a conspiracy was involved in the death of President Kennedy. Reason’s Jesse Walker and AEI’s Karlyn Bowman share their thoughts about what conspiracy theories tell us, why they are important to study, and why they are so persistent. The full study, compiling over fifty years of public opinion data, is available on www.aei.org.

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                • www.DaneReidMedia.com

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                  Video intro to the Dane Reid Media website. Dane Reid Media - Voice Over For Radio, Television & Film. Strong, Versatile African American Male Voice

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                  • JFK - The Medical Cover-Up

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                    While serving as chief analyst of military records at the Assassination Records Review Board in the nineties, Douglas Horne examined serious anomalies in the medical evidence in the JFK case. In this film, Horne draws on his book "Inside the ARRB" to present a comprehensive overview of the missing, altered and fraudulent evidence that indicates a cover-up by multiple agencies of the government. Their mission - to hide the true nature of President Kennedy's wounds and purge all trace of a conspiracy.

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                    • Kennedy and Obama in Berlin - Courageous crowds

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                      This film collage shows some impressions edited with our footage of the state visits of the Presidents Kennedy and Obama in Berlin 1963 and 2013. I think it is worth to look into details filmed. The enthousiasm 1963, the bullet-proof pane 2013, the charisma of both personalities, the courageous crowds. More on: http://blog.framepool.com/2013/06/courageous-crowds/ More footage on http://www.framepool.com BK. BLOG: http://blog.framepool.com TWITTER: http://twitter.com/framepool FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/framepool

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