The Hidden Hand Screening in NYC

If you are in the New York area, The Hidden Hand will screen at the 4th annual Spiritual Film Festival this Friday, the 8th at 7PM.

Location: The Metacenter in midtown.

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Show­time starts at 7 PM.

The pro­gram will begin with the award-win­ning short film, Zip­per.
A screen­ing of The Hid­den Hand will fol­low.

A once-in-a-life­time pan­el will present after the film:

- Richard Dolan, famed his­to­ri­an and author,
— Dun­can Cameron, lead psy­chic of the Mon­tauk Project,
— J.J Hur­tak, futur­ist and author of The Book of Enoch,
— James Car­man, pro­duc­er of The Hid­den Hand, and
— Alan Ste­in­feld, direc­tor of New Real­i­ties.

Admis­sion:  $20 at the door.

The Meta­cen­ter; 214 W. 29th St, 16th Fl., NY, NY 10009
T. 212 736 0999 Ext. 1

If you can’t make it, please buy the film on: 

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Thank you!
James Car­man — Pro­duc­er

Link to Offi­cial Trail­er

The Hidden Hand; Alien Contact and the Government Cover-Up

The Hid­den Hand is a con­tro­ver­sial  Award-win­ning doc­u­men­tary that explores the pos­si­bil­i­ty of an extrater­res­tri­al pres­ence here on Earth. The film takes a keen look at a spec­trum of top­ics like alien abduc­tion, human/alien hybridiza­tion, the military’s reverse-engi­neer­ing of alien tech­nol­o­gy and the gov­ern­ment cov­er-up of any­thing relat­ed to extrater­res­tri­als. Is pre­oc­cu­pa­tion with E.T.’s a form of cul­tur­al mad­ness, or is some­thing real­ly going on? How would E.T. con­tact change the reli­gious and polit­i­cal insti­tu­tions of our soci­ety? The Hid­den Hand is full of riv­et­ing inter­views with experts and expe­ri­encers alike: Whit­ley Streiber, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the 6th astro­naut on the moon, Paul Helly­er, a for­mer Cana­di­an Defence Min­is­ter, Richard Dolan, Jim Marrs, Lin­da Moul­ton Howe, Col. John Alexan­der, Nas­sim Haramein, David Icke, Dr. Roger Lier, Gra­ham Han­cock and Pao­la Har­ris, among oth­ers. The shad­owy world of UFOs is sud­den­ly brought to light.

The film has won 5 awards includ­ing an EBE for Best Doc­u­men­taryThe Philip K. Dick award for Best Doc­u­men­tary and The Aliens to Zom­bies award for Best Doc­u­men­tary.


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