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Boris Zubov (portions from "Out of the Blue")
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1 November 2009 (USA) See more »
Government and Military Officials reveal the truth about UFOs.
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Seth Adams ... Himself - Dewey-Humbolt, Arizona
Steve Allen ... Himself - Stephenville, Texas
Kenneth Arnold ... Himself - Pilot, 1947 Witness (archive footage)
Bob Ball ... Himself (archive voice) (as MSgt Ball)
Frances Emma Barwood ... Herself (archive footage)
William J. Birnes ... Himself - The History Channel (as Bill Birnes)
Ray Bowyer ... Himself - Aurigny Airlines, Guernsey, UK (also archive footage) (as Captain Ray Bowyer)
John F. Burroughs ... Himself - U.S. Air Force, Ret.
Edward Cabansag ... Himself - U.S. Air Force, Ret.
John Callahan ... Himself - Federal Aviation Admin., Ret.
R.J. Childerhose ... Himself - RCAF Pilot (archive voice)
Anthony Choy ... Himself - Investigator for Peruvian Air Force (as Dr. Anthony Choy)

Anderson Cooper ... Himself (archive footage)
Gordon Cooper ... Himself - Mercury 7 Astronaut, Ret. (archive footage) (as Col. Gordon Cooper)
George Daglish ... Himself - Doctor of Applied Mathematics
Wilfried de Brouwer ... Himself - Major General, Belgian Air Force, Ret.
Jean-Charles Duboc ... Himself - Captain, Air France, Ret. (as Jean Charles Duboc)

Gerald Ford ... Himself (voice) (archive footage) (as Congressman Gerald Ford)
Mike Fortson ... Himself - Chandler, Arizona
James Fox ... Himself - Presenter (also archive footage)
Lee Roy Gaitan ... Himself - Constable, Stephenville, Texas (as Lee Roy Gaiten)
Rodrigo Bravo Garrido ... Himself - Captain, Aviation Army of Chile
Geraldine Greiner ... Herself - Phoenix, Arizona
Richard Hall ... Himself - National Investigation on Aerial Phenomena
Charles I. Halt ... Himself - Col. U.S. Air Force, Ret. (also archive footage)
John Haynes ... Himself - U.S. Air Force, 1997 (archive footage) (as Col. John Haynes)
Peter Hill-Norton ... Himself - Former Chief of Defence Staff (1970-77) (archive footage) (as Admiral Lord Hill Norton)
Russell Hookey ... Himself - Newsreader (archive footage)
J. Allen Hynek ... Himself - Scientific Consultant, U.S. Air Force (1948-69) (archive footage) (as Dr. J. Allen Hynek)
David Jacques ... Himself - Stephenville, Texas
Parviz Jafari ... Himself - General, Iranian Air Force, Ret.
Logan Johnston ... Himself - Phoenix, Arizona
Trig Johnston ... Himself - Captain, Northwest Airlines, Ret.
Angelia Joiner ... Herself - Reporter, Empire Tribune (as Angela Joiner)
Donald E. Keyhoe ... Himself - Marine Corps, Ret. 1966 (archive footage) (as Major Donald Keyhoe)
Dennis Kucinich ... Himself (archive footage)
Denis Letty ... Himself - French Air Force, Ret. (as General Denis Letty)
Hal Ley ... Himself - Phoenix, Arizona
Tim Ley ... Himself - Phoenix, Arizona (as Tim Lay)
Oscar Santa Maria ... Himself - Peruvian Air Force, Ret.

John McCain ... Himself (voice) (archive footage) (as Senator John McCain)
Edgar D. Mitchell ... Himself - Apollo 14 Astronaut (also archive footage) (as Dr. Edgar Mitchell)
Kristina Moore ... Herself - Newsreader (archive footage)
Monroe Nevels ... Himself - U.S. Air Force, Ret. (also archive footage) (as Sgt. Monroe Nevels)
Jaques Patenet ... Himself - Director CNES, France
James Penniston ... Himself - U.S. Air Force, Ret. (as Sgt. James Penniston)
Claude Poher ... Himself - Founder GEPAN, France
Nick Pope ... Himself - Ministry of Defence, UK, Ret.
Bob Pozzuoli ... Himself - Lake Carmel, New York 1983 (archive footage)
Laurie Pozzuoli ... Herself - Lake Carmel, New York 1983 (archive footage) (as Wife)
Hector Quintanilla ... Himself - Project Blue Book, U.S. Air Force, 1960 (archive footage) (as Major Hector Quintanilla)
Jean-Claude Ribes ... Himself - Astrophysicist, France (as Dr. Jean-Claude Ribes)
Emily Roads ... Herself - Tuscon, Arizona
Stacey Roads ... Herself - Tuscon, Arizona
Brian Rooney ... Himself - ABC News, Nightline (archive footage)
John Russell ... Himself - Passenger
Kate Russell ... Herself - Passenger
John Samford ... Himself - U.S. Air Force (archive footage) (as General John Samford)
Ricky Sorrells ... Himself - Stephenville, Texas
Fife Symington ... Himself - Former Governor of Arizona (also archive footage)
Lawrence Tacker ... Himself - U.S. Air Force, 1960 (archive footage) (as Col. Lawrence Tacker)
Evelyn Trent ... Herself - 1950 Eyewitness (archive footage) (as Mrs. Trent)
Harry S. Truman ... Himself (archive footage) (as President Harry Truman)
Damien Turnidge ... Himself - Phoenix, Arizona
Brian Watson ... Himself - Phoenix, Arizona
Erin Watson ... Herself - Phoenix, Arizona
Sue Watson ... Herself - Phoenix, Arizona
Joseph Wershba ... Himself - CBS Reporter, 1966 (archive footage)
Gordon E. Williams ... Himself - U.S. Air Force, Ret. (as Gen. Gordon E. Williams)

Jimmy Carter ... Himself (uncredited)
Leslie Kean ... Herself - UFO Researcher (uncredited)

Larry King ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Patti Kirkpatrick ... Herself - News Anchor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Renato Nicolai ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
John Podesta ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gary Tuchman ... Himself - CNN Reporter (uncredited)

Directed by
James Fox  (portions from "Out of the Blue")
Tim Coleman (portions from "Out of the Blue")
Boris Zubov (portions from "Out of the Blue")
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tom Christopher 
Tim Coleman  portions from "Out of the Blue"
James Fox  portions from "Out of the Blue"
James Fox 
Jackie Gardner 
Robin Lee 
Boris Zubov  portions from "Out of the Blue"

Produced by
Tim Coleman .... producer (portions from "Out of the Blue")
Pat Craddock .... executive producer
Tony Craddock .... executive producer
Thomas DeLonge .... producer (as Tom Delonge)
James Fox .... producer (portions from "Out of the Blue")
Mark Fraser .... executive producer
Jackie Gardner .... executive producer
Michael Gardner .... executive producer
Richard Hall .... producer
Leslie Kean .... producer
Jeff Sagansky .... producer
Boris Zubov .... producer (portions from "Out of the Blue")
Original Music by
Christopher Hoag 
Cinematography by
John C. Kelleran 
Film Editing by
Tom Christopher 
Mark Eaton 
James Fox 
Robin Lee 
Sound Department
Francisco La Torre .... sound recordist
Chris Schaefer .... sound recordist
Camera and Electrical Department
Tim Coleman .... camera operator
James Fox .... camera operator
Kelly Fox .... camera operator
Mark Fraser .... camera operator
Ian Gaffney .... camera operator
Eric Goodfield .... camera operator
John C. Kelleran .... camera operator (as John Kelleran)
Lisa Kimmell .... still photographer
Enzo Peccinotti .... still photographer
Ole Schell .... camera operator
Bernard Thouanel .... still photographer
Samara Zibitt .... camera operator
Boris Zubov .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Drew Milfut .... assistant on-line editor
Boris Zubov .... color finisher (as Boris Zubov MFA)
Boris Zubov .... on-line editor (as Boris Zubov MFA)
Other crew
Jeremie Davis .... production assistant
Kelly Fox .... production assistant
Rebecca Kauffman .... production assistant
John Kimmell .... production assistant
Larry Landsman .... production assistant
Frances Emma Barwood .... special thanks (as Frances Barwood)
Harold Burt .... special thanks
John Callahan .... special thanks
Grant Cameron .... special thanks
Bill Casey .... special thanks
Tim Cook .... special thanks
Peter Coyote .... special thanks
Tom Danhoiser .... special thanks
Mike Davidson .... special thanks
Jim Dilettoso .... special thanks
Cheryl Edwards .... special thanks
Maggie Evans .... special thanks
Mike Fortson .... special thanks
Charles Fox .... special thanks
Veronique Fox .... special thanks
Stanton Friedman .... special thanks
Avrielle Gallagher .... special thanks
Maya Giannini .... special thanks
Barry Greenwood .... special thanks
David Maker .... special thanks
Jeremy Manning .... special thanks
Allison Marsh .... special thanks
Geoff Melville .... special thanks
Edgar Mitchell .... special thanks (as Dr. Edgar Mitchell)
Nick Pope .... special thanks
Robert Powell .... special thanks
Emily Fox Sorrenson .... special thanks
Felix Fox Sorrenson .... special thanks
Fife Symington .... special thanks
David Tenzar .... special thanks
Wendy Walker .... special thanks
Patty Zubov .... special thanks

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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Angles of incidence, 28 December 2013
Author: tieman64 from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Directed by James Fox, "I know What I Saw" is a feature length documentary on UFOs. The film is regarded as one of the best in its genre by many in the "paranormal community".

Built around a National Press Club assembly in Washington DC, the film finds Fox attempting to overwhelm his audience with what he considers to be "facts". In this regard, he gathers a variety of high ranking UFO witnesses, most of whom are astronauts, scientists, military and commercial pilots, government officials, politicians, presidents, mayors, police officers, soldiers and military base commanders. A giant "appeal to authority", Fox's film attempts to overturn the notion that UFOs are sighted only by bumpkins and hicks.

Perhaps the most interesting thing about the UFO "phenomenon" is the way it facilitates a kind of ontological horror. For fans of both horror and science fiction, UFO mythology, like the writings of H. P. Lovecraft almost a century ago, has the ability to induce a very specific terror: one which overturns and challenges nothing less than man's entire conception of "reality". The philosophical flip-side, of course, is equally horrific; mankind as utterly alone, doomed and bound to the rules of entropy and decay.

9/10 – Works well as a horror film, regardless of the veracity of its testimonies.

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