Australien Skies is a documentary film that explores the sightings of unidentified flying objects and the people who witness them within Australia. Follow film maker Don Meers (Ghosts Of Casula, The Spirit Level) as he spends four days on a fascinating UFO road trip with controversial ufologist Damien John Nott, a photographic contactee who claims to have the biggest collection of photos and videos of unidentifed objects in the world. The film interviews witnesses and "Photgraphic Contactees" (people who alledge they receive a "feeling" as to when these objects are about to appear thus giving them time to prepare with a camera for the sighting) and examines the links between the object sightings and government involvement, social ramifications and how this high strangeness affects people who experience this phenomena on a personal level. With over fifty previously unreleased photo and video clips of this unusual phenomena, Australien Skies attempts to answer the question- Is it ...
At times I thought some of the 'actors' were going to lose their straight face and burst out laughing. You don't need a canoe to get to the spooky Sunshine Coast community near Caboolture where supposedly horses have gone missing. And it is hardly in the middle of nowhere. I reckon any Year 11 film student could pick any number of issues with the film presented. Ed Wood would be proud of these guys for keeping his legacy alive. The dumbest UFO movie ever made.
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